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Church of St. Nicholas at the University of Mining

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St. Nicholas Church (Church of St Nicholas), built in 1877 by means of a collegiate adviser M.A.Nurova as the home church orphanage ("Nurovsky" shelter). It was at St. Nicholas Church was declared last in the life of Emperor Nicholas II, pray for the health of the royal family. In 1920, St. Nicholas Church closed the Bolsheviks and rebuilt. In recent decades, in his room was located one of the units of the Ural Mining University.

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