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June 20, 2004 
RUSSIAN NEO-PAGANS PRAY AS THEY CELEBRATE DAY OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE IN A FOREST 140 KMS TO THE SOUTH... 
Moscow, Russia 
RUSSIAN NEO-PAGANS PRAY AS THEY CELEBRATE DAY OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE IN A FOREST 140 KMS TO THE ... 
RUSSIAN NEO-PAGANS PRAY AS THEY CELEBRATE DAY OF THE SUMMER SOLSTICE IN A FOREST 140 KMS TO THE SOUTH OF MOSCOW. Russian neo-pagans pray by a huge fire as they celebrate a pre-Christian holiday Kupala, the day of the summer solstice in a forest 140 kms to the south of Moscow, June 20, 2004. Dozens of worshippers, many of them accountants or students in day-to-day life, erected a huge fire and chanted ancient hymns, read out poems about pagan deities and prayed to holy relics made from wood and stone. The Pagan festivities of the solstice were appropriated to the Feast of John the Baptist, the cousin who baptized Jesus and announced that he was the savior foretold by the Hebrew prophets. REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev 
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