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The Church of the Holy Trinity (Gora- Valday Village, Lomonosov District)

Subject / Religion. Church/Orthodox churches

The Church of the Holy Trinity (Gora- Valday Village, the Lomonosov District). In the grange of Anyutino (nearby the north-west shore of the Koporye bay a stone one-domed church was built on the architect V.A. Kosyakov's design in the Russian style during 1899-1903, it was consecrated in 1903. The interior was made in the Russian style, the church altar was made of cypress. A bell tower with high piramidal roof was built up to the general building in chetverik form. A parish house was constructed nearby. The parish included villages of Chernaya Lakhta, Pulkovo, Shepelevo, Kandokyul and Gora-Valday. The priest ioann Lebedev was the church dean from 1917. The church was closed in the late 1930s. In 1993 the church community was renewed, in 1994 the church was returned to belivers; the public worships was begun to perform after restoration works. A pilgrim service works under the church.

Shkarovsky, Mikhail Vitalyevich

Kosyakov, Vasily Antonovich
Lebedev, Ioann Mikhaylovich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Lomonosov District/Chyornaya Lakhta Village
Leningrad Oblast, the/Lomonosov District/Gora Valday Village
Historical Toponyms/Kandokyul, village
Topographical landmarks/Koporsky Bay, the
Leningrad Oblast, the/Lomonosov District/Pulkovo Village
Leningrad Oblast, the/Lomonosov District/Shepelevo Village

Земля Невская Православная: Краткий церковно-исторический справочник / Науч. ред. В.В. Антонов. СПб., 2006.
Клавинг В.В. Храмы Санкт-Петербургской епархии. СПб., 2004, 32-33

Subject Index
Alyutino, a country estate

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Kosyakov, Vasily Antonovich (1862-1921), an architect
Vasily Antonovich Kosyakov (1862-1921), an architect, artist, teacher. He graduated from the Institute of Civil Engineers in 1885. In 1897 V.A. Kosyakov became an architect of Synod economic administration. From 1888 he became a teacher, in 1900 -... more

Lomonosov District
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