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Nikola Mokry's Temple, Yaroslavl
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  • Yaroslavsky Church of St. Nicholas-Church of Nikola Wet-significant landmark of the town. Since the 17th century. That in itself deserves respect. The temple's history is inseparable from the history of the city, including the dashing for Yaroslavl times July 1918, for example, the year when the city was virtually destroyed by the Bolsheviks during the Suppression of anti-Bolshevik uprisings. In the year 1929 Church these same Bolsheviks of course closed. From 1992 onwards the temple returned to the Church and now, fortunately, is used for its intended purpose. As including significant historical landmark. Temple seemed nice and bright, but seem to have to think about that, outwardly the temple set in order ... Some traces of the devastation can be seen. And belfry begins slowly leaning tower remind ... Or thought?
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  • The Church is interesting with its tile décor and ancient history. Temple Nicola Wet is built on the site of a pagan temple. Blue sacrificial stone remaining from the sanctuary, is walled into the floor in one of the side chapels (you can search for pictures on the Internet). Unfortunately, due to restoration works to get inside, the interiors and the Interior can be seen only in photographs.
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  • Really wanted to visit the Shrine of Nikola Wet. But, unfortunately, came already to late afternoon and it was closed. Had to enjoy the only external beauty temple! It is beautiful in the next trip to Yaroslavl will certainly find here!
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