Not on a Mercedes

admin | 09 June 2017
The Metro, an old GAS-21, a bicycle, as well as feet – the non-staged images of real life.
Not on a Mercedes

Kliment, Metropolitan of Kaluga and Borovsk, catches a train without sitting down.

Photo: Vladimir Luchaninov/ Facebook

Photo: Vladimir Luchaninov/ Facebook

Pitirim, Bishop of Dushanbe and Tadzhikistan, quite simply travels by camel.

Photo: Facebook / Pitirim Tvorogov

Photo: Facebook / Pitirim Tvorogov

Sometimes you suddenly need to pump up your tires and you’re already wearing your cassock.

Photo: rusfront.ru

Photo: rusfront.ru

Russia’s most famous Deacon on his favourite means of transportation.

Photo: diak-kuraev.livejournal.com

Photo: diak-kuraev.livejournal.com

Out in the country you won’t get far without a bike.

Photo: Valaam.ru

Photo: Valaam.ru

Photo: Gennadii Mikheev/ genn-mikheev.narod.ru

Photo: Gennadii Mikheev/ genn-mikheev.narod.ru

If you’re travelling by horse and cart, you can even give a lift to your parishioners.

Photo: piligrim.pravorg.ru

Photo: piligrim.pravorg.ru

“The most reliable means of transportation in Yakutiya, nothing comes near it, especially in winter on snow-covered roads, where cars cannot pass, you will manage on it,” thinks a Yakut priest, Faddei Bulgakov.

Photo: Faddei Bulgakov/ Facebook

Photo: Faddei Bulgakov/ Facebook

Here we have a train, a bike, and even a cart, though a small one.

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In a strong flood, a priest from Omsk serves a Service of Supplication on a lifeboat amid flooded buildings.

Photo: tara-eparhiya.ru

Photo: tara-eparhiya.ru

A former commanding officer of a submarine Hieromonk Veniamin (Kovtun) still serves under water.

Photo: www.arh-eparhia.ru

Photo: www.arh-eparhia.ru

Metropolitan Hilarion (Alfeev) overtakes a traffic jam on foot.

Photo: Maria Alferova / Facebook

Photo: Maria Alferova / Facebook

The most famous travelling priest Father Feodor Koniukhov has tried out all kinds of means of transportation.

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Father Nikolai Uliakhin continues to serve and does not abandon his parishioners, though living in a remote village and using this peculiar “means of transportation”.

Photo: tut-by

Photo: tut-by

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