RESTORATION OF GEORGIA’S DAVID GAREJA MONASTERY COMPLEX COMPLETED

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Pravoslavie.ru - 1/8/17 Restoration work on Georgia’s famous David Gareja monastic complex and tourism infrastructure, underway since September 2015, has come to an end, reports News-Georgia. As previously reported by Georgia Today, the restoration was carried out by the Municipal Development Fund sector of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure, with financial support from the World Bank and Georgian ...

$370,000 ALLOCATED TO RESTORE GEORGIAN KATSKHI MONASTERY

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Pravoslavie.ru - 2/2/17 The Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development of Georgia has recently decided to allocate 1 million lari ($370,000) to a comprehensive restoration project at the Nativity of the Savior Monastery in the village of Katskhi, 125 miles northwest of Tbilisi. The project includes the construction of an outdoor terrace, the restoration and veneering of the ...

One Million GEL to be Spent on David Gareja Monastery Rehabilitation

Georgia Today - 21/1/16 TBILISI – The Municipal Development Fund sector of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure is set to carry out the rehabilitation of the David Gareja monastery complex, with financial support from the World Bank and Georgian Government. The project aims to contribute to the preservation of cultural heritage and to contribute to the ...

Do not forget Syria’s Christians, priest urges Westerners

Damascus, Syria, Sep 27, 2013 / 04:58 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A Syrian priest has urged the West to remember the Christians in his country, many of whom are fleeing due to fear of the violence and shortages brought about by the ongoing civil war. “I appeal to our fellow Christians in Europe and the U.S. not ...

The Demons of Moldova

Casey Michel - 28/9/13 REZINA, Moldova—Northern Moldova is one of the poorest regions in the poorest country in Europe. Two decades after the hardly-remembered War of Transdnistria, the battered region stands on little more than dust and remittances. What it does have—in ample quantity—is religion. As in other former Soviet republics, spirituality has filled the material void, and ...