14 Abandoned, Still Beautiful Churches

Abandoned, Still Beautiful Churches

Posted on November 18, 2010 by team


Autumn is a time of cloudy and gloomy weather, and to feel the atmosphere in a proper way, we decided to go to a really atmospheric place. One of abandoned churches near Yaropolets, which was built in 1780-s, fits the concept very well.


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The Kazan Our Lady Icon's Church ia a unique landmark of XVIII century. The two domes are identical to each other, as well as the temple and the mausoleum under them.

Here are some copies of the church draft dated by about 1770 - 1780-s.

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14 Responses to “Abandoned, Still Beautiful Churches”

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  2. Nick says:

    I hope your life is now complete.

  3. Kilroy Was Here says:

    It’s so sad to see so much of this beautiful architecture in ruins…

  4. geoper2 says:

    Amazing stuff like always !!

  5. xoxo says:

    it’s heartbreaking.

  6. mizz... (A) says:

    [possible_flamebyte] “In 1917 a hurricane teared the crosses away from the domes.” That´s a sign from abowe even i actually believe will tell us something… :P
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  7. raymond says:

    there’s no GOD in russia anymore

  8. CZenda says:

    The true face of Communist “Cultural Policy”.

  9. Lusker 41 says:

    Been to the place my self its stunning place.

    Nice set of pictures

  10. Anne says:

    Thank you for this wonderful site. I especially like the photographs of old architecture. Fascinating and beautiful.

  11. Directm says:

    This whole site should be mapped,every detail and sold to a video game production house….just an idea…

  12. Bigg Fredd says:

    It’s always thought provoking to see a building that was used for perhaps hundreds of years, then just abandoned.

  13. Murphy says:

    All the religions should be forbidden so these churches should be destroyed as well as any religious items. Until this will happen humans will not be free, but only enslaved by dogma’s and religious “fables”.

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