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Massive mosaic completed inside Serbian church

By AFP
05 December 2020   |   1:04 pm
After 86 years, the most difficult works have now been completed in the construction of Belgrade’s St. Stava church, one of the largest Orthodox houses of worship in the world. Removed scaffolding revealed a mosaic spanning 15,000 square metres, constructed with funding from Russia. Motifs dedicated to the first Serbian archbishop are now visible, as well as some unique in the Orthodox world.

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