is a village 4km north of Sergiev Posad famous nationwide as a place of signing ceasefire between Russia and Poland whose troops were standing the same distance opposite. In 1618, after unsuccessfully sieging Moscow with the Trinity Monastery and anticipating a hungry winter, the Poles asked for peace. Russian representatives brought the talks to Deulino instead of the monastery which fortifications the Poles intended to secretly explore. The Deulino peace treaty conciliated the 2 countries for 14.5 years.

Deulino has 1 stone church, the Savior Church (1850-3) by the village cemetery and pond sponsored by its members and the Lavra granting 30K bricks.  

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