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Days of Slavic Culture to be Held in Moscow
18.03.2009 13:00
Days of Slavic Culture to be Held in Moscow

Days of Slavic Culture and Written Language will be held in Moscow starting from 2010.
      This was decided by members of the organizing committees visiting session in Saratov. Metropolitan Juvenal of Kolomna and Krutitsa propounded in the name of Patriarch Cyril of Moscow and All Russia a suggestion to celebrate the Days of Slavic Culture in Moscow. Culture Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Avdeyev supported the suggestion about appointing Moscow the capital of the festivities. This year the Days are celebrated in Saratov.
      The Day of Slavic Culture and Written Language is observed on the 24th of May, the memory day of the of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, the Apostles of the Slavs.


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