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Kamchatka plans to develop Orthodox tourism

A meeting between Bishop Artemia of Petropavlovsk and Kamchatka was held with Marina Anishchenko, Deputy Head of the Agency for Tourism and External Relations of the Kamchatka Territory. The meeting discussed issues of a joint action program for the development of Orthodox tourism in Kamchatka.

The bishop offered ready-made places to visit: the upper viewing platform of the cathedral in the name of the Holy Life-Giving Trinity, the Orthodoxy Museum, which will soon be opened in the diocesan administration building, the spiritual and educational center.

In addition, according to the opinion of the diocese, the cathedral complex at 4 kilometer, the diocesan male St. Panteleimon monastery and some landmarks of the region can become promising objects for pilgrims.

For her part, Marina Anischenko suggested holding joint meetings of Orthodox and secular youth in the diocesan spiritual and educational center. So 4 and 5 December there will be a concert of the performer of sacred music Svetlana Kopylova. And 7 and 8 January will be able to see a Christmas fairy tale for schoolchildren.

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