When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the
persecuted Orthodox Church began its resurrection. Nothing better illustrates this revival than the restoration of the cathedrals and churches.
Pulling works of art from the rubble of buildings destroyed in a
disaster may seem trivial compared with providing food and medical care. But it helps ensure the
culture's long-term recovery.
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