Singer Valeria and her husband Iosif Prigozhin recently visited the Pskov-Caves Monastery
Valeria and Iosif Prigogine, impressed by the book, arrived to the Assumption Pskov-Caves Monastery
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Singer Valeria and her husband Iosif Prigogine recently visited the Pskov-Caves Monastery. According to the singer, visiting the monastery was her dream after reading Metropolitan Tikhon's book Unholy Saints, which was presented in 2011 at the 24th Moscow International Book Fair. The impressionable representative of the Russian show business was very touched by the fact that upon arrival at the monastery they managed to personally meet, talk and even get an autograph from Metropolitan Tikhon of Pskov and Porkhov. In her social network, the singer said that the metropolitan, despite his rank, turned out to be a very sincere and easy-to-communicate person. The monastery itself, built back in 1473, also fell in love with the star couple. Valeria and Prigozhin were imbued with the centuries-old history of the monastery and promised to return there again soon.