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Paraskeva Church, Veliky Novgorod, Yaroslav settlement.
Хоры церкви Параскевы Пятницы на Торгу. Церковь представляет собой крестовокупольную, трёхнефную, четырёхстолпную постройку с одной главой и тремя апсидами (две из которых внутренние). Являлась патрональным храмом новгородских купцов, торговавших за границей. Названа в честь великомученицы Параскевы-Пятницы, считавшейся покровительницей новгородского купечества. первая постройка на этом месте была деревянной. Возведена в 1156 году. В войну была разрушена. Реставрация и восстановление началось в 1954 году и продолжалось около 50 лет. Неоднократно горела.
Copyright: Konstantine
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Taken: 01/10/2015
Uploaded: 01/10/2015
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: paraskeva church; veliky novgorod; yaroslav mound; church; church choirs; ancient architecture; Церковь параскевы Пятницы; Великий Новгород; Ярославово Городище; Торг
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