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Monument to Sts. Peter and Febronia to be Set up in Murom
19.01.2012 14:00
Monument to Sts. Peter and Febronia to be Set up in Murom

Monument to Saints Peter and Febronia - the embodiments of fidelity - will appear in their homeland, the city of Murom in Vladimir Region.
      
      The unveiling ceremony will take place this year on July, 8th - the Day of Family, Love and Fidelity.
      
      The bronze sculpture will be set up on the glade of the St. Trinity Convent. The convent was founded by the Murom merchant Tarasiy Borisovich Tsvetnov in the 17th century. The stone church building constructed in 1643 has been preserved till date. This is where the holy relics of Sts Prince Peter and Princess Febronia are kept.
      Monuments to Sts Peter and Febronia of Murom have already been established in Volgograd, Ulyanovsk, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Vladivostok, Arkhangelsk, Sochi, Omsk, and some other cities.
      
      Source: russkiymir.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


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