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Saint Makarii Church. Makarev Monastery 
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12021-01-22T13:16:47-05:00Luiskovo12a place that is no placeplain2021-02-03T14:31:32-05:002021-02-03T14:3056.03282, 45.0422Luiskovo is opposite the Makaryev convent. The Makaryev convent used to host a great annual fair. It no longer does, and so the town of Makaryev "is now entirely without importance."
Which means that Luiskovo is notable only for being close to a place that once was, but no longer is, notable. (Sigh. Lyskovo seems unbothered by its proximity to the insignificance of Makar'ev.)