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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Depiction of the Hagia Sophia's appearance during Byzantine times
  Pentecost: The spread of Christianity begins.
  Orthodox Deacons preparing incense for a Cross Procession in Novosibirsk, Russia.
  The congregation lighting their candles from the new flame in Adelaide, at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, just as the priest has retrieved it from the altar – note that the picture is flash-illuminated; all electric lighting is off, and only the oil lamps in front of the Iconostasis remain lit.

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  Stavronikita monastery, Mount Athos, Greece (South-East view)
  Clergy at All Saints' Antiochian Orthodox Church, Raleigh, United States (L to R): priest, two deacons, bishop
  Photograph taken of the 1931 demolition of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow.
  16th century Russian Orthodox icon of the Resurrection

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Last Judgment. 12th-century Byzantine mosaic from Torcello Cathedral.
  An illustration of the traditional interior of an Orthodox church
  Orthodox Monastery of Saint Naum in Ohrid, Macedonia.
  The congregation lighting their candles from the new flame in Adelaide, at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, just as the priest has retrieved it from the altar – note that the picture is flash-illuminated; all electric lighting is off, and only the oil lamps in front of the Iconostasis remain lit.

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Iconostasis in the Cathedral of the Annunciation in the Moscow Kremlin.
  Orthodox Monastery of Saint Naum in Ohrid, Macedonia.
  The 17th-century interior of a typical Yaroslavl church
  Enei Church, central Bucharest, Romania, being purposely demolished by Communist authorities on 10 March 1977, 6 days after the 1977 Bucharest earthquake, despite having suffered no structural damage.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  The Three-Bar Orthodox Cross.
  The rebuilt Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
  A service at St. Michael's Cathedral in Izhevsk
  Orthodox Monastery of Saint Naum in Ohrid, Macedonia.

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Orthodox Deacons preparing incense for a Cross Procession in Novosibirsk, Russia.
  Enei Church, central Bucharest, Romania, being purposely demolished by Communist authorities on 10 March 1977, 6 days after the 1977 Bucharest earthquake, despite having suffered no structural damage.
  Orthodox churches in Vologda, Russia

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  Orthodox Monastery of Saint Naum in Ohrid, Macedonia.
  An illustration of the traditional interior of an Orthodox church
  Last Judgment. 12th-century Byzantine mosaic from Torcello Cathedral.

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  The rebuilt Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
  Photograph taken of the 1931 demolition of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow.
  Stavronikita monastery, Mount Athos, Greece (South-East view)
  16th century Russian Orthodox icon of the Resurrection

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  The 17th-century interior of a typical Yaroslavl church
  Orthodox churches in Vologda, Russia
  The congregation lighting their candles from the new flame in Adelaide, at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, just as the priest has retrieved it from the altar – note that the picture is flash-illuminated; all electric lighting is off, and only the oil lamps in front of the Iconostasis remain lit.
  Enei Church, central Bucharest, Romania, being purposely demolished by Communist authorities on 10 March 1977, 6 days after the 1977 Bucharest earthquake, despite having suffered no structural damage.

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  An illustration of the traditional interior of an Orthodox church
  Neamţ Monastery in Romania
  Iconostasis in the Cathedral of the Annunciation in the Moscow Kremlin.
  The congregation lighting their candles from the new flame in Adelaide, at St. George Greek Orthodox Church, just as the priest has retrieved it from the altar – note that the picture is flash-illuminated; all electric lighting is off, and only the oil lamps in front of the Iconostasis remain lit.
















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