1 Final Days of Old Russian Churches And Estates

Final Days of Old Russian Churches And Estates

Posted on March 24, 2014 by team


Yogna is one of the oldest still-populated villages in the Tver region of Russia. This is where some more interesting examples of old Russian architecture are living out their remaining days. One of them, the wooden estate, used to belong to a university professor in the early twentieth century. Another one, the old church, was built in the early nineteenth century.

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One Response to “Final Days of Old Russian Churches And Estates”

  1. Jean says:

    This is worth preserving, RUSSIAN history on its best, no problems, hate, anger and lovely people, you can die for less.

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