The exhibition with this title opened the day before yesterday in Moscow, in the New Tretyakovka on Krymsky Val and will be available to visit until 20 August. Its authors, Eduard Boyakov and Mikhail Rozanov, have dedicated their literary and artistic project to the phenomenon of the Russian monastery as an essential phenomenon for our civilisation.

Evgeny Borisov - partner and development director of Kama Flow, as well as part-time head of the Board of Trustees of the Svete Tikhii Charitable Foundation, together with the company's partners, decided to support this project.

"We invite everyone to visit the exhibition to see the beauty and grandeur of Russian monasteries. As part of the Foundation's endowment development, we have become one of the partners of this project," said Deacon Daniel Bulychev, Director of the Svete Tikhii Charitable Foundation.