Tver Diocese.Nilo-Stolbenskaya deserts. (2005)
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Scene №1 Nilo-Stolobensky Monastery
Map of the Tver region.
General view of the Nilo-Stolobensky Monastery.
Monument of the Monk Nile, the founder of the monastery.
Cancer with the relics of a saint.
Icon with the image of the Nile, lithography.
Wooden sculpture depicting the Monk Nile (at the entrance to the temple of the monastery).
Interview with the governor of the monastery Archimandrite Vassian about the Nile Desert.
Temples on the territory of the monastery.
The novices clean potatoes in the building of the monastery refectory.
Interview with one of the novices.
The text of the precept of St.
Nectarios about sobriety and dormitory (large).
Monk for reading the rules.
A staircase leading to the bell tower.
Interview with the hieromonk about the formation of the spiritual personality.
Scene №2 History of the Tver Diocese
Landscape shooting: the Volga River, Lake Seliger.
The boat swims along the river.
Panorama of the general plan of the Starytsky Holy Assumption Monastery.
The dome of the Nile-Stolobensky Desert temple.
Tver: the streets of the city, the carriageway, pedestrians.
Museum of the city: exhibition exposition of ancient tools, military uniforms and armor of the Russian army: chain mail, helmets, helmet-cap, sword, spear, ax, etc.
Lithography of the historical scene: arrival of Malyuta Skuratov to the praying Philip - Metropolitan of Tver Region; portrait of St.
Interview with a museum employee.
Photographs of temples of the Tver diocese of the pre-revolutionary period.
Portrait of Empress Catherine II.
Modern temples in the city of Tver.
Monument to V. Lenin in the street.
Street name indicators (from communist period): Troitskaya, Engelsa, Trudolubiya lane, Lenin square; Street Octagonal (historical name).
Exhibits of the Tver Museum: the worshiped Cross; a model of the Savior-Transfiguration Monastery.
Interview with Archbishop Victor of Tver and Kashin.
Information Internet project of the Tver Diocese.
The site of the Tver diocese (shooting from a computer monitor).
Interview with one of the employees of the site.