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Белые Ночи в Монрепо

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Published on Jul 29, 2013

http://bogoiskatelstvo.ru/ Культурно - просветительская поездка в Государственный историко-архитектурный и природный музей-заповедник «Парк Монрепо» (г. Выборг) 29 июня 2013 года.
Мероприятие организовано просветительским проектом «Русское Богоискательство» при участии Санкт-Петербургского христианского Университета.
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One of the key areas of "Russian Search of God" project is the study of history of evangelical denominations ministry in Russia and organization of various awareness raising activities aimed at a introducing the history of Russian Christianity to wide audience.
Cultural and educational trip to the State Historical and Architectural Reserve Museum "Mon Repos Park" (Vyborg) tells about little-known history of the park and Mon Repos estate - the cradle of Russian Christian Student Movement and Evangelical revival of the beginning of the 20th century. The last owner of the estate, Baron Paul Ernst Georg Nicolai was a member of the Russian Bible Society and leader of the Student Christian Movement, which originated in St. Petersburg early in the 20th century.
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