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Matrona of Moscow

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:690050
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Geometry:Polygonal Ngons used
Polygons:120,803
Vertices:64,239
Textures:No
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:No
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Description
Icon prednazanachenna high poly model for CNC machines as well as 3D printing. For convenience, the modifier stacks with smoothing saved for regulating the level of smoothness of the model.

Marya Dmitrievna Nikonov was born in 1881 [1] in the village Sebino Epifanskie County (now Kimovsk district) Tula, she was the fourth child in the family. (These lives are not confirmed with the parish registers. Sebino). According to legend, the parents of Natalie and Dmitry Nikonov initially wanted to leave the blind daughter in a shelter, but the mother changed her mind after she had a strange dream: a white bird of great beauty, but blind, sat on her chest. Natalia Nikonov decided that the dream was prophetic. Life reports that from 8 years Matrona treated patients and predict the future. At age 18, she lost the use of his legs.

After the 1917 revolution Matrona and her friend Lydia Yankov homeless and went to look for work and food in the city. About 1925 Matrona moved to Moscow, perhaps, following his brothers. Wherever they lived - with friends and acquaintances, but not his brothers.

Legend has it that when there was a threat to capture Moscow in 1941, then came to Matrona Joseph Stalin. She then allegedly told him: 'The Russian people will win, victory will be for you. One of the bosses you do not vyedesh from Moscow '. [2] [3] This proposed meeting depicted in the icon' Matron and Stalin, 'but it is a fictional [4] story. In general version does not match known facts about Saint Matrona. [5]
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