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lavra

1. A Greek Orthodox monastery.
2. In a monastery, an assemblage of cells for monks around a common center that contains a church and sometimes a refectory.
References in classic literature ?
"Lord Jesus Christ, holy Saint Nicholas, Frola and Lavra! Lord Jesus Christ, holy Saint Nicholas, Frola and Lavra!
BRL 125,000 on the Meridian Board of Director's approval of a positive PAE2; BRL 150,000 following the ANM approval of PAE; BRL 250,000 1-year anniversary of ANM approval; BRL 500,000 upon grant and publication of a valid mining license (Lavra) and 0.5% NSR (Lavra) with BRL 1.0 M buyback clause.
One day will be spent visiting the Lavra Reserve where you'll explore the ornately decorated monastic complex best known for its expansive catacombs.
When I am in the Lebanese mountain monasteries, I always draw parallels with the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, Maniavsky Skit in the Carpathians.
A prominent feature of this capital city is the 11th century Kiev Pechersk Lavra, a monastery and pilgrimage site made up of several gold-domed churches.
Kyevo-Pecherska Lavra: Also known as the Kiev Monastery of the Caves, this was built around 1051.
Kyevo-Pecherska Lavra -- another famous monastery, which was built in 1051.
Old Russian - near the pagan temple and near the monument to the founders of the city, Orthodox - in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and St.