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May 28, 2014
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train moves along a bridge across the Mana River in the Taiga...
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical centre, moves along a bridge across the Mana River in the Taiga district near the Ust-Mana village outside Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk May 27, 2014. The train transports well-qualified medical personnel and equipment to assist about 200 patients a day and has been travelling annually from the main regional centre Krasnoyarsk to distant settlements of Krasnoyarsk and Khakassia Regions, where hospitals and clinics are scarce, for the last seven years. The train also has a carriage which operates as a mobile Orthodox church. The train was named after an outstanding Russian surgeon, an Orthodox bishop and GULAG prisoner Valentin Voino-Yasenetsky. Picture taken May 27, 2014. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TRANSPORT RELIGION)
RUSSIA/
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May 28, 2014
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train moves through the Taiga district outside Russia's Siberian...
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical centre, moves through the Taiga district outside Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk May 27, 2014. The train transports well-qualified medical personnel and equipment to assist about 200 patients a day and has been travelling annually from the main regional centre Krasnoyarsk to distant settlements of Krasnoyarsk and Khakassia Regions, where hospitals and clinics are scarce, for the last seven years. The train also has a carriage which operates as a mobile Orthodox church. The train was named after an outstanding Russian surgeon, an Orthodox bishop and GULAG prisoner Valentin Voino-Yasenetsky. Picture taken May 27, 2014. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TRANSPORT RELIGION)
RUSSIA/
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May 28, 2014
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train moves through the village of Ovsyanka, in the Taiga district,...
The Doctor Voino-Yasenetsky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical centre, moves through the village of Ovsyanka, in the Taiga district, outside Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk May 27, 2014. The train transports well-qualified medical personnel and equipment to assist about 200 patients a day and has been travelling annually from the main regional centre Krasnoyarsk to distant settlements of Krasnoyarsk and Khakassia Regions, where hospitals and clinics are scarce, for the last seven years. The train also has a carriage which operates as a mobile Orthodox church. The train was named after an outstanding Russian surgeon, an Orthodox bishop and GULAG prisoner Valentin Voino-Yasenetsky. Picture taken May 27, 2014. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TRANSPORT RELIGION)
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April 27, 2012
An Orthodox priest baptizes a family at the church aboard the Doctor Voino-Yasenecky Saint Luka train,...
Zaozyorny, Russia
An Orthodox priest baptizes a family at the church aboard a train in town of Zaozyorny
An Orthodox priest baptizes a family at the church aboard the Doctor Voino-Yasenecky Saint Luka train, which serves as a free consultative and diagnostic medical centre, at a railway station of the town of Zaozyorny, some 130 km (81 miles) east of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 27, 2012. Five such trains carry medics and medical equipment yearly from the main regional city of Krasnoyarsk to distant settlements of Krasnoyarsk and Khakassia Regions where hospitals and clinics are scarce. The train also has a carriage that operates as a mobile Orthodox church. The train was named after an outstanding Russian surgeon, an orthodox bishop and a GULAG prisoner Valentin Voino-Yasenecky. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: HEALTH TRANSPORT RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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