Virgin's Nativity Church (crs)

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There can be little doubt that the most original and delightful churches in the city were built by the Stroganovs in the nascent Baroque style.  Of these, the Virgin's Nativity Church (1719) graces one of the central streets, whereas the Church of Our Lady of Smolensk (1694-97) survives in the former village of Gordeevka (now, part of the city's Kanavinsky District), where the Stroganov palace once stood.

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