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hapel on Mount Mitridat to Be Reconstructed in Kerch
28.10.2014 21:18
hapel on Mount Mitridat to Be Reconstructed in Kerch


The sepulcher chapel of the former Kerch town governor Ivan Stempkovsky at the top of Mount Mitridat will be reconstructed.

      The chapel on Mount Mitridat was built over the grave of the archeologist and the Kerch town governor I.A. Stempkovsky in the mid 1830s.

      The neoclassical chapel was one of the symbols of Kerch for a hundred years. It was destroyed after the release of the city from the Nazi occupants in 1944. In 2000 a memorable stone with a marble slab was set on the former location of the chapel.





Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Kerch Russian Churches Architecture Orthodox Christianity  

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