The Volotovo Church or the Assumption Church in Volotovo (Russian: Церковь Успения на Волотовом поле, Tserkov Uspeniya na Volotovom Pole) in the village of Volotovo in Novgorodsky District, Novgorod Oblast, Russia was built in 1352. The church was notable mainly for the frescoes presumably made by a disciple of Theophanes the Greek, one of the foremost Russian artists. The church was destroyed to the ground during World War II and restored in the 2000s. Fragments of the frescoes were reconstructed.
The Volotovo Church was designated an architectural monument of federal significance (#5310105000).
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