Virginia Abandoned Church
30 Haunting Photos of Virginia Abandoned Church
A southeastern U.S. state of Virginia is home to dozens of abandoned churches. Here are 30 photos that show Virginia abandoned churches. Urban explorers have been documenting abandoned churches across Virginia for almost a decade.
Abandoned St. Vladimirs Church in the village of Sloboda, Smolensk
Abandoned St. Vladimirs Church in the village of Sloboda, Smolensk.
Find Photos of an abandoned St. Vladimirs Church in the village of Sloboda, Smolensk.
Abandoned Church of St. Paraskevi in Russian village
Abandoned Church of St. Paraskevi in Russian Ryakhovo village
Abandoned Church of St. Paraskevi in Russian Ryakhovo village. In Soviet times, the Church of St. Paraskevi, standing in the very center of Ryakhovo, turned out to be ruined, and the gravestones of the Shvetsov family that were in the church fence were thrown from their places and partially destroyed.
Abandoned Church of the Resurrection of Christ, Akhmat
Abandoned Church of the Resurrection of Christ, Akhmat
Abandoned Church of the Resurrection of Christ in Akhmat. The stone church of the Resurrection of Christ in Akhmat, which is a vivid example of the Russian architectural style, was built at the expense of the infantry general Obolyaninov in 1839 (according to other dates in 1827 or in 1829).
Abandoned Orthodox Dormition Church of Kondopoga
Abandoned Orthodox Dormition Church of Kondopoga
Abandoned Orthodox Dormition Church of Kondopoga. The church was built in 1774 in the style of Russian wooden architecture. Belongs to Prionezhskaya school hip architecture. Near the Assumption Church, there were two wooden buildings that disappeared in the Soviet era: the winter Church of the Nativity
Abandoned Russian Church of the Conception of the Virgin Mary
Abandoned Russian Church of the Conception of the Virgin Mary
Photos of an abandoned Russian Church of the Conception of the Virgin Mary. At the beginning of the 18th century. the wooden Church of the Conception in the village of Ostrov burned down, and in 1743 a new wooden one was built. In Soviet times, the church was closed and plundered.
Abandoned Lutheran church in Russian Ust-Zolikha village
Abandoned Lutheran church in Russian Ust-Zolikha village
Abandoned Lutheran church in Russian Ust-Zolikha village. The stone Lutheran church of St. Anthony, constructed in Ust-Zolikha in 1912 in the historical style, is one of the most amazing monuments of German architecture on the right bank of the Volga.
Abandoned First English Evangelical Lutheran Church in Detroit
Abandoned First English Evangelical Lutheran Church in Detroit
Detroit has been described by some as a ghost town. Discover abandoned First English Evangelical Lutheran Church in Detroit.
Abandoned Church of the Savior Image of Edessa in Tula
Abandoned Church of the Savior Image of Edessa in Tula
Discover an abandoned Church of the Savior Image of Edessa in Tula. 30+ Photos of an abandoned Church in Russia. In Soviet Russia the church was used as a collective farm warehouse. History and current status of abandoned Russian church.
Demolished First Unitarian Church in Detroit
Demolished First Unitarian Church in Detroit
Several fires damaged the interior of the First Unitarian Church in Detroit in the 2000s, before a massive fire on the morning of May 10th, 2014 caused the destruction of the First Unitarian Church in Detroit. Demolished First Unitarian Church in Detroit.