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Trinity Cathedral
Trinity Cathedral, located in the Pskov Krom, or Kremlin, was built in 1138 to replace a wooden church from the 10th century. The current church dates from 1699, as Trinity had been destroyed and rebuilt several times over the centuries. The cathedral was part of the Bolshevik-sponsored Living Church movement in the 1920s before its closure in the 1930s, at which time it was turned into a museum. It was reopened as a church during the Nazi occupation and remained open after the war.

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