2 The Island of Old Russian Churches

The Island of Old Russian Churches

Posted on March 9, 2014 by team

Kizhi island in Karelia, Russia, is an interesting place from the point of view of old Russian architecture. Some of its churchyards date from the early 1700s. They are still well preserved and regularly restored. Locals may even boast of unique churches with twenty domes!


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2 Responses to “The Island of Old Russian Churches”

  1. john says:

    Amazing place,i cannot believe that the whole church was lifted up on jack’s. Fantastic wood work.

  2. Jean says:

    The NEW Christian world is looking like this, when there is no more dead, lies, corruption, hate, and demons who try to destroy the RUSSIAN people.

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