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The Monastic Complex near Tula will be Restored in 2020
25.05.2019 14:30
The Monastic Complex near Tula will be Restored in 2020

The monastic complex near Tula will be restored in 2020.

      The reconstruction of one of the oldest monasteries of the region, the Holy Vvedensky Makaryevsky Zhabynsky Monastery, will be completed in time to the 500th anniversary of the Tula Kremlin in 2020. Within the framework of the events dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the Tula Kremlin and the Great Abatis Border, all the main objects of the monastic complex will be restored by 2020. In addition, funds have been allocated for the improvement of the monastery and the renovation of the brethren's building. Besides, in 2019, all the main cultural objects of Belyov will be restored.

      The routes “Orthodox Tula”, “The Oldest Monastery of the Tula Land”, “The Field of Russian Glory” (Kulikovo Field), “The Shrines of Belyovskaya and Odoyevskaya Lands” (Makariyevsky Zhabynsky and Anastasov Monasteries, cathedrals and monasteries of the town of Belyov) have been developed.

      The places associated with the Holy Blessed Matrona of Moscow and Sebino enjoy great popularity among tourists and pilgrims.

      Pilgrimage Tours in Russia

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Tula Russian regions travel to Russia   

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