Unexpected Joy

They not only opened up in a village parish school and taught children's literacy and handicrafts, but also did everything possible for arranging Zagora. When the Revolution in Russia, this village was renamed to the farm named after Lenin. But in the sixties Biryulyovo acceded to the capital. By the end of the decade for the Biryulyovo in a quiet and cozy area Moscow has been particularly active. During these years massively destroyed the old buildings and built multi-storey buildings.

The house was built, even in places where once there were Biruliovsky cemetery. Above all, the authorities had to deal with the renaming of local streets. So, from five pre-existing time Biruliovsky streets under that name was abandoned only one. Up to seventy-third year, a special variety of street names in the area did not differ Biryulyovo – Vostryakovskie, and Other streets have met on five, even six times. In nineteen seventy-third year, each of these titles survived only a single copy. Others have been renamed. Now here forty streets, one lane and even has its own settlement, which still bears the name – Zagorje. You can not deprive the attention Biruliovsky temple, which was erected in the name of Nicholas the Miracle Worker, this temple has a very rich history, first built it as a small church in Biryulyovo, then it was demolished, and in its place to organize a school, the temple was also erected on the new in 1924, after which it burned, and his back was built in 1956.

Only after the last erection he stood up today. He is a symbol of the area. In 1957, parishioners and villagers have erected it at his own expense and on their own. Consecration of his happened to the great holy day of Our Lady Mother of 'Unexpected Joy', namely, the twenty-second of December one thousand nine hundred and fifty-seventh year. Speaking of Biruliovsky temple, one can not mention the name shimonahini Seraphim, whose ashes were transferred to the territory of the church in the demolition cemetery. There are always many people who ask her for help and health.