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Armenian Church consecrated in Russian Yessentuki

21:20, 25.06.2011 Region: Armenia, Russia Theme: Politics, Culture

A new Armenian Church, St. Hripsime, was consecrated on June 20 in Russian city of Yesentuki at Stavropol region.

After the ceremony, the church held first liturgy headed by Bishop Movses Movsesyan, Yerkramas newspaper reports quoting press service of Russian diocese of Armenian Apostolic Church.

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