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Карачарово. Заброшенная церковь Николая Чудотворца. Восточный придел. (2010)
Russia

Адрес: Московская обл., Волоколамский р-н, с. Карачарово.


Ротондальный храм, с трех сторон окруженный ротондами алтаря и двух приделов, небольшой трапезной связанный с колокольней. Приходская церковь, выстроена на средства Л. К. Разумовского. 
Двухсветная ротонда храма перекрыта куполом с люкарнами, на котором поставлен световой барабан, несший главку. С востока к ней примыкает полуротонда алтаря, с юго-запада и северо-запада - ротондальные объемы приделов, первоначально завершавшиеся собственными куполами с декоративными главками. К приделам с запада примыкают небольшая прямоугольная трапезная и двухъярусная колокольня. Декоративное убранство здания достаточно сдержанно, боковые входы в храм украшены двухколонными портиками.
Повторяет проект московской церкви Космы и Дамиана на Маросейке. Главный престол Никольский, в трапезной приделы Ильинский и Льва Катанского. Внутреннее убранство в основном утрачено. Закрыт в 1930-х годах.

В настоящее время используется под скотный двор.

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