The German colony in Kronenthal had two churches: a Roman Catholic one and a Protestant one. Both had been closed when the Germans of Crimea were evicted by Soviets in 1941.
Now the building of the former Catholic church belongs to Russian Orthodoxes, while local Catholic community restores for their services the former Protestant church (depicted here). And there's no Protestants in Kronenthal anymore.
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