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Diveevsky Monastery is Closed to Visitors
18.04.2020 10:26
Diveevsky Monastery is Closed to Visitors

The authorities of the Nizhny Novgorod region restrict entry into the village of Diveevo due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus infection.

      The press service of the regional government reports  that those who have permanent or temporary registration in Diveevo or own real estate there, as well as people who transit through the settlement, will be allowed to enter the territory. Restrictions are introduced until April 30th.

      Also, the Holy Trinity Seraphim-Diveevo Monastery is closed to visitors. "We ask believers to cancel traveling to Diveevo these days. Even if you get to the village, access to the monastery’s territory will still be closed. There are currently no cases of the disease in the village, we are able to protect its inhabitants from this pandemic," - the words of the governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region Gleb Nikitin are given in the message.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: pilgrimage tours Nizhny Novgorod    

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