Nikolai Chagin

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Nikolai Chagin

Nikolay Mikhailovich Chagin (Николай Михайлович Чагин; 1823, Oryol – 1909) was a Russian architect active primarily in Vilnius and the Crimea. He took part in the Siege of Sevastopol and served as Vilno's main architect for 38 years. Chagin mastered the Byzantine Revival and several other revivalist styles, often blending them at will. His church buildings include:

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