Russian Orthodox Church, Rabat

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  • The Holy Resurrection Church in Rabat is a functioning Russian Orthodox Church that is open daily to the public. The church, located at Bab Tamesna Place, was built in 1932. In 2011, icon painters... 
    The Holy Resurrection Church in Rabat is a functioning Russian Orthodox Church that is open daily to the public. The church, located at Bab Tamesna Place, was built in 1932. In 2011, icon painters...  more »
  • For a Romanian traveler, the Russian church was a very pleasant discovery on a Sunday afternoon in the area of Anass residences in Rabat. From outside it looks more like a Greek church. The inside... 
    For a Romanian traveler, the Russian church was a very pleasant discovery on a Sunday afternoon in the area of Anass residences in Rabat. From outside it looks more like a Greek church. The inside...  more »
  • Being part of Russian Orthodox Church abroad, it is a unique place because of its history. Build by Russian emigrants who escaped from October 1917 revolution, it is still operational. Try to talk to....  more
    Being part of Russian Orthodox Church abroad, it is a unique place because of its history. Build by Russian emigrants who escaped from October 1917 revolution, it is still operational. Try to talk to....  more »
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  • "I see trees of green, red roses too I see them bloom, for me and you And I think to myself What a wonderful world..."
  • Holy Resurrection Church (Russian: Церковь Воскресения Христова) in Rabat is the oldest of three functioning Orthodox churches in Morocco. It is under the jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church. The first stone of the church was laid on July 6, 1931. The temple was consecrated on November 13, 1932 in honour of the Holy Resurrection of Jesus Christ by metropolitan Eulogius (Georgiyevsky). The church was painted completely by icon-painters from Moscow in 2011.
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