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Aleksandr Svirsky, St.


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Eparhy of Vyborg and Finland
The Eparchy of Vyborg and Finland. In 1809 Finland was included into the Russian Empire. There were about twenty five thousand members of the Orthodox Church (the majority of members was in the Ladoga rigion) in sixteen parishes of Finland in... more

Eparhy of Olonets and Kargopol
The Eparchy of Olonets and Kargopol. Othodox monasteries and churches of the Olonets region (the territories of present-day Korelia, partly of the Vologda and Leningrad Regions) were originally included into the Eparchy of Novgorod. The foundation... more

Holy Trinity Monastery of St. Aleksandr of Svir, the
The Holy Trinity Monastery of St. Alexander of Svir (the village of Staraya Sloboda/ Svirskoye, the Lodeynoye Pole district). The monastery was founded by Venerable Alexander Svirsky. In 1484 he settled in a forest area nearby the Svir River in... more

Orthodox monasteries
The Othodox monasteries. The oldest monasteries located on the territory of the Leningrad Oblast - the Monastery of the Dormition, the Monastery of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker and the Zastenny Monastery of St. George in Ladoga were founded... more

Synaxis of Saintlies of Saint Petersburg and Ladoga
Synaxis of Saints of St Petersburg and Ladoga. Saints, who performed its exploits in the boundaries of the contemporary territory of the Eparchy of St Petersburg and the historical territory of the Eparchy of St Petersburg, are included into the... more

Vvedeno - Oyatsky (Vvedeno-Ostrovsky) Monastery, the
The Oyat Monastery of the Presentation in the Temple (Vvedeno-Ostrovsky - The Island Monastery of the Presentation in the Temple) (the Railway Station of Oyat, the Lodeynoye Pole district). It is located on left bank in the Oyat River, about 186... more