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Uglich, Russia by Ina Steinberg, BA, MA, PhD. 

One feels transported to the 17th century on landing in this town, until the souvenir sellers descend on all unwary travelers!

The child tsar-to-be, Dmitri, was murdered here, setting off a murderous orgy that seems to be unabated  well onto the twentieth century.

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wpe59405.gif (38844 bytes) On the left is a Wooden church in Uglich, Russia.  Circa ACE: 1220.


On the right the local church. 

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