Monuments of Church Architecture in Belozersk: Late Sixteenth to the Early Nineteenth Centuries

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The history of the community associated with the White Lake (Beloe Ozero) is a rich one. This article covers a brief overview of the developing community from medieval through modern times, and then focuses the majority of its attention on the church architecture of Belozersk. This rich tradition of material culture increases our knowledge about medieval and early modern Rus’ and Russia.

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  • North rampart of Belozersk kremlin. View north toward White Lake with Church of Most Merciful Savior.

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  • Brick bridge (18th century) across east moat of Belozersk kremlin.

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  • Left: Cathedral of St. Basil the Great and bell tower (both demolished). Right: Cathedral of Transfiguration. Northwest view from kremlin north rampart.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. Southeast view.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. Southwest view from kremlin south rampart.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. South view from kremlin south rampart.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. View east toward iconostasis.

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  • St. Petersburg. Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul. Iconostasis, upper tier.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. Iconostasis, first level.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. Iconostasis, middle level, Christ with symbols of the Evangelists.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. Iconostasis, Christ in Glory with Seven Candles of the Apocalypse.

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  • Cathedral of Transfiguration. Iconostasis, upper level, right corner. Angel holding Book with Seven Seals.

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  • Church of the Dormition. East view.

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  • Church of the Dormition. Northwest view with reinforced upper northwest corner.

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  • Church of the Dormition. Iconostasis

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  • Church of the Epiphany.

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  • Church of the Most Merciful Savior. Southwest view.

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  • Church of the Most Merciful Savior. South facade, ceramic band.

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  • Church of Sts. Peter and Paul, southeast view.

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  • Church of St. George, southwest view.

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  • Church of the Intercession, southeast view.

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  • Church of the Miraculous Image of the Savior “on the hill,” southwest view.

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  • Church of St. Paraskeva Piatnitsa, southwest view.

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  • Church of John the Baptist (Trinity), south view.

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  • Church of Elijah the Prophet, southwest view.

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  • Church of Elijah the Prophet, interior. Ceiling painting and upper tier of iconostasis.

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