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Volokolamsk's Kremlin (2009)
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Волоколамский кремль - уникальный памятник истории, культуры и архитектуры, расположен на городском валу. Воскресенский собор Кремля считается одним из лучших архитектурный сооружений XV века. Однокупольный храм, украшенный терракотовым фризом, отличают изысканные пропорции. В его интерьере, на одном из столпов, сохранился фрагмент росписи конца XV века. Многоярусная колокольня была построена в XIX веке.

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