5 Old Abandoned Russian Church

Old Abandoned Russian Church

Posted on July 1, 2013 by team

Abandoned Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary is located on the outskirts of the village Zheremino, Tula region. It was built in 1893 in the Russian style at the place of the former wooden church dated 1746. Unfortunately this is all information known about this place.

The construction is rather big with high vaulting, it has an unusual side porch entry. But the most interesting are preserved fragments of murals inside the church.

The church is surrounded by open space.


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5 Responses to “Old Abandoned Russian Church”

  1. Al says:

    “God did not leave.”

    absolutely true.

    because god doesn’t exist.

    • Faith Gorodki says:

      “because god doesn’t exist.”
      How do you know? Afaik you can’t prove (s)he does or does not…

  2. andrabast says:

    god doesn’t exist but God in Lord Jesus Christ exists.
    god doesn’t exist for those who do not know why he was born in this world, living like a living robot and die without knowing where to go and only leave sons, grandson and so on.

  3. BHC says:

    There is no god. There never was, there never will be. There is no “supreme being” no deity, no spirits, no ghosts, no heaven, no hell, no afterlife. This is all that there is, here and now. Live this life to it’s fullest because it’s the only one you will ever have. When you die you cease to exist, period.

  4. frank says:

    Looks like we have some wise guys who claim to know all the secrets to life. HAHA….the reality is we dont know a damn thing about why we are here or what we in, dying will be an interesting experience, no matter what happens

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