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Religious holiday in Moscow. (1918 - 1924)

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Scene №1 Religious holiday in Moscow

The priests coming out of the church, followed by the procession moves, the temple area is filled with parishioners, the procession moves around the temple.

View of the site of the church during a short prayer before one of the chapels of the church (above).

The participants of the procession are the icons and banners, are priests, among them - Patriarch Tikhon, followed by moving the crowd of parishioners.

Monks and priests free space for the crew of the patriarch.

Patriarch Tikhon drives off in a carriage, the congregation follow him.

The procession goes out of the doors of the temple, the temple begins to move around, a panorama of the churchyard.

People walk in front of the procession, carried banners and icons, arrange the movement, the procession continues.

Worshippers enter the doors of the temple after the procession, push each other.

Simpleton small stature stands at the walls of the temple.

The face of the holy fool.

Parishioners at the church yard.

Religious literature, is sold at the temple.

Those parishioners.

Women standing on the street at the open windows of the temple, praying.

People in the temple fit and analoy kiss the cross in turn.

The priests during a solemn prayer service.

The face of one of the metropolitans.

Collecting donations from parishioners.

Patriarch Tikhon surrounded by people coming out of the gate of the monastery, is the crew.

A person of Patriarch Tikhon.

Worshipers in the temple.

One of the parishioners talking to an elder.

Parishioners stare through the bars inside the temple.

Personnel

Tikhon (Bellavin Vasily) - Church leader, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia

Calendar

1918-1924

Locations

Moscow

Seasons

Summer

Religious Holidays; Religion