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Two Christianizations of Kievan Rus' Exhibition Opened in Moscow Subway
26.06.2013 11:49
Two Christianizations of Kievan Rus' Exhibition Opened in Moscow Subway

The exhibition Two Christianizations of Kievan Rus’ timed for the 1025th anniversary since the Baptism Russia and the 25th jubilee of the revival of church has been opened at the Vystavochnaya metro station in Moscow Metro. 

      Photographers participating in the exhibition tell in their works about high points of the era called “the second Christianization of Kievan Rus”.  Both modern and archival photos of the late 1980s – early 1990s will be presented at the exhibition. 

      The exposition will be open for visitors during metro working hours till September 10. Entrance is gratis.

Sources: http://regions.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Metro Orthodox Church Exhibitions in Moscow   

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