The Uncertain Future of the Enlightenment Stupa in Moscow // Buddhistdoor Global

By Lyudmila Klasanova                                Buddhistdoor Global, 2018-10-24 The Enlightenment Stupa in Moscow, also known as the Three Jewels Stupa, was consecrated on 18 June 2008 on the grounds of Lopoukhin Mansion, where
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