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Vyazma. Church. Interior. (2010)
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Вязьма. Церковь Владимирской иконы Божией Матери.

Кладбищенская церковь, построенная попечением священника И. Тредиаковского в 1770-1776. Центрический четырёхстолпный пятикупольный храм, хороший образец зрелого барокко. Главный престол Владимирский, боковые приделы Екатерининский и святых апостолов и Марии Магдалины. Была приписана к Никольскому храму. Закрыта в 1939. В 1970-1980-х частично отремонтирована. В 1992 передана епархии, но богослужения не возобновлены.

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