Nine thousand kilometers from Moscow, at the easternmost edge of Russia and the end of the trans-Siberian railway, a crowd of worshipers huddled outside a small cathedral. It was September 1996. Religious oppression officially was history in Vladivostok, a city of 690,000 experiencing a rebirth of spirituality.
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