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Destroyed Belfry Medved

Holy Trinity Church was built in 1799 at the expense of local merchants. It looked as extensive four-column five-domed building with a two-storey bell tower under the spire. The church was closed in the 1930s. It was destroyed during the Second World war, only the bell tower survived.

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  • Text: Fyodor Telin
  • Photos: Fyodor Telin