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Leninskiy prospekt 850 m, Vorobevyi goryi 970 m 2, Andreevskaya Embankment

Monastery Andreevsky Monastery


Andrevsky Monastery was founded in 1648

The first school in Moscow was in Andreevsky Monastery.
Monks of the monastery translated foreign books into Russian.

In 1724-1731, Andreevsky Monastery was housing a center for neglected and street children.

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Leninskiy prospekt 850 m, Vorobevyi goryi 970 m
Moscow, 2, Andreevskaya Embankment

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