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Memorial ceremonies traditionally held at Russian Chapel in Slovenia

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Memorial ceremonies traditionally held at Russian Chapel in Slovenia


28.07.2018


Press conference dedicated to traditional activities near the Russian Chapel to take place from 27 – 28 of July was held at the Russian Embassy in Slovenia. The Russian Ambassador to Slovenia Doku Zavgaev, Chairman of the Slovenia – Russia Society Sasha Gerzhina, members of the Friendship Society and others took part in the press conference.

The guests have mentioned that the Russian chapel is a symbol of memory to the Russian soldiers who tragically died at the passover and is a true token of friendship between the Slovenian and Russian peoples.

The solemn church service will be delivered by Archbishop of Krondshtat, Vicar of St Petersburg Eparchy Nazary accompanied by the female chorus of Saint Petersburg Religious Academy of the Russian Orthodox Church.

According to a good old tradition, activities near the Russian Chapel are accompanied by an extensive cultural program. This year it coincided with Days of Saint Petersburg in Slovenia. A gala concert of the world opera stars from Saint Petersburg will be held on July 27 in one of the largest concert halls of Ljubljana – Tsankariev House. 

A concert titled Russian Night with participation of famous Slovenian stars will take place in Kranjska Gora city supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation. The Russkiy Mir Foundation – A well-known Russian singer, piano player, an author of songs Olga Varvus will participate at the concert, prepared a grand present for the city dwellers and admirers of the Russian songs.

On Sunday, July 29, the female chorus of Saint Petersburg Religious Academy of the Russian Orthodox Church will deliver a performance at the Cathedral of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin.

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