History. Walk the streets of the old town

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When I left the house today, the sun was shining brightly.
And the weather was very nice.
And I walked through the streets of the city.

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But after passing through the city park, I suddenly saw something else.
The weather changed instantly and the sun disappeared.
Everything was conducive to rain.

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On one of the streets of the city I came across such a house.
Very old decor on the facade of the house.
Such beauty. An unexpected find.

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And then I went to the other side of the street again through the park.
The weather turned bad, it was cloudy.
But I continued on my way.

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And another interesting house appeared in front of me.
It's across the street.
The facade of the house with a false window.

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The familiar place in the city park is also very close.
But the weather has improved, there is no sun.
I went further down the street.

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On one of the old town houses I saw this old door.
Such a story that can be seen on the streets today.
It is a pity that all this is destroyed.

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HISTORY. WALK IN THE STREETS OF THE OLD TOWN.

Yes. This is our city, where on any of the streets you can come across a centuries-old history. Many houses in the very center of the city are merchant mansions where they lived and traded in goods. There are also a lot of public buildings. This includes a hospital, educational institutions, printing houses, theaters and even a prison. In addition, there were two prisons - one for criminals, and the other for political exiles from the capital cities of central Russia. And it is clear that there were many shops, shops and several bazaars - lower, middle and central. And also in the city there were 12 Orthodox churches, a monastery, 6 mosques, a church and one synagogue.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
-original photo;
-first publication;
-camera Sony 16.2.

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Photos were taken with the size of 2592 x 1944 pixels.
For insertion into a post on Ecency and Hive, the size is reduced to 1280 x 960 points..
Photo taken - Sony 16.2 - 3x Zoom, Vario-Tessar lens.

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