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Georgian Orthodox Church celebrates Epiphany


Tbilisi (Georgia), Jan 19 (EFE/EPA), (Camera: Zurab Kurtsikidze).- Georgian Orthodox celebrated the Orthodox Epiphany on Tuesday by participating in a religious ceremony at Trinity Cathedral in Tbilisi.FOOTAGE OF THE EVENT.

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