Interesting buildings in the far corners of Russia
• Interesting buildings in the far corners of Russia
Enthusiasts looking for the abandoned ancient churches and buildings in the far corners of Russia and post photos to Facebook, trying to popularize these places that are far from major cities.
1. Leaning Russian North Tower - Church of the Transfiguration in Nimenge, Arkhangelsk region, XIX century.
2. The Church of the Resurrection in Varnita, Baroque, Vologda region, 18th century.
3. In the upper chapel Smolensk, Arkhangelsk region.
4. Farmstead Count Khrapovitsky, Muromtsevo, Vladimir region.
5. The Church of the Transfiguration, village Great Topalov, Bryansk region, in the pseudo-Gothic style, in 1780
6. The former house of the merchant George Golovanov (today the Russian-German House), Tomsk.
7. Sheremetevsky Yurino castle in the village, the Republic of Mari El, the end of XIX - early XX centuries.
8. Tikhvin chapel, the village Large Pekhov (river MSTA), Novgorod region, 17th century.