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Temple Forty Martyrs of Sebaste, Moscow

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  • In General, the tragic fate of the temple and its nastojatklej vob'et sadness in anyone. On this a bit and I regretted what happened. Still in this place is much more bright spots. Krutitsy or Pokrovsky monastery. In General.
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  • This temple is located near the Metro station (you can go one stop at 35 or 38 tram friary). Very modest, is similar to the Bell Tower, but something very soulful. But feel sorrow and compassion in theit.
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  • Temple of Sebaste is located close to the Church. Metro and Proletarskaya, Taganskaya str. b. masons, opposite the main entrance to the ancient novospassky monastery. Temple outwardly seems small but in pretty spacious though and squat. The only Temple in Moscow is named in memory of 40 Sevastijkih martyrs. The temple has a long, interesting history, the first wooden church on this site was built in the beginning of the 17 century. At the beginning of 19 century Temple became today's appearance. Parishioner of the Church was court painter F.s. Roars. The temple was badly damaged during the invasion by Napoleon's army in 1812, and his Rector adopted a martyr's death for not having discovered the French where they were hidden Church values. In Soviet times the Church was heavily rebuilt in the year 1990 the Church was returned to the Orthodox Church and since that time works on its revival. From 1992 onwards the temple resumed service. Now in the Temple of the wonderful church choir when chants-soul just fly in the sky!
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