Church of St George the Victorious in Endova

This church was built in 1654. In 1753, after a spring flood, the bell tower was destroyed. The one that you can now see was built in 1806. At the time of Ivan the Terrible, a wooden church stood at that spot. Not far the Tsar had created the first tavern for the knights. The church was shut down in 1936; it was then used as a refuge and a storage place. It was in restoration from 1960 to 1970 and returned to the Church in 1993.
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