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St Zachariah’s and St Elizabeth’s Orthodox Church

Rapina, Rapina, Estonia
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Reviewed 25 September 2014
Moscow, Russia
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The Orthodox Church is a neo-Classical oblong building consisting of three parts. In the Western part there is a bell tower and in the Eastern part a crescent-shaped apsis. A cupola with a tambour is in the middle of the building. The exterior of the building is in classical style, incorporating cornices and rustic work. Simple iconostasis of the 19th century catches the eye in the interior. Interesting to know:• The first wooden church was built in 1752 by the order of Empress Elizabeth of Russia.• In 1813 the wooden church was destroyed by fire. The building of the current church started in 1827 by the order of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia and it was finished in 1833.
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Rapina, Rapina, Estonia
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Reviewed 25 September 2014
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