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  • what would Russia be without Russian Orthodox Church?
  • Glagolitic alphabet
  • Codex Zographensis
  • Saints Cyril and Methodius
  • Old Church Slavonic influence Belarusian Bosnian Bulgarian Czech Croatian Macedonian Polish Russian Serbian Slovak Slovene Ukrainian:
  • Slavia Orthodoxa Belarusian Bosnian Bulgarian Czech Croatian Macedonian Polish Russian Serbian Slovak Slovene Ukrainian
  • Спасибо!
  • Спаси бо!
  • Спаси Бог!
  • понедельник вторник среда четверг пятница суббота воскресенье
  • December 25 — January 13
  • Iconostasis levels Sovereign Deisis 12 Great Feasts of the liturgical year the Old Testament Prophets and Patriarchs the Twelve Apostles
  • Easter (Пасха) is the most important annual Russian Orthodox religious feast in the liturgical year
  • Fabergé eggs were commissioned by Czar Alexander III of Russia as an Easter surprise for his wife Maria Fyodorovna
  • The Moscow Kremlin egg, 1906
  • Bouquet of Lilies Clock egg
  • Vekselberg
  • In February 2004, Vekselberg purchased nine of the Fabergé eggs from the Forbes publishing family in New York City. The collection was transported to Russia and exhibited in the Kremlin and in Dubrovnik in 2007. Vekselberg is the single largest owner of these eggs in the world, owning 15 of them (11 Imperial, two Kelch, and two other)
  • the 1913 Winter egg sold for US$9.6 million in 2002 owner Qatar
  • what would Russia be without Russian Orthodox Church?
  • Olga Mukhortova http://mindcapital.ru http://olga-pushkina.livejournal.com/