Ioakim

Orthodox monk Father Ioakim, 74, looks at a street graffiti, which displays Siberian characters of the 19th century including an Russian Orthodox monk, in Divnogorsk town...Orthodox monk Father Ioakim, 74, looks at a street graffiti, which displays Siberian characters of the 19th century including an Russian Orthodox monk, in Divnogorsk town outside Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, September 30, 2013. The monk from a local parish came to the place to look at the artwork created by an unknown author and telling a story about an Orthodox priory which was replaced by the town for builders of Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric station in the middle of the 20th century and now called Divnogorsk town. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin

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A Russian Orthodox monk looks at graffiti depicting Siberian characters of the 19th century including a Russian Orthodox monk, in Divnogorsk, Siberia. The artwork, whose author is unknown, tells the story about an Orthodox priory that was replaced by a settlement for builders of the nearby Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric station in the middle of the 20th century.