Thanks to Byzantine Texas for pointing out this article and photo essay on the building of a wooden church in Murmansk, Russia using traditional methods (i.e. – no fasteners). I love wooden churches of this style but you never get to see them in the process of being built! Here are a few of the photos, but I encourage you to visit the original article to see them all.
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Thanks for showing us this! quite amazing!
Thank you for posting this… it's already so beautiful!