Tbilisi Spiritual Seminary
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Tbilisi Spiritual Seminary (Georgian: თბილისის სასულიერო სემინარია, Russian: Тбили́сская духо́вная семина́рия) is a spiritual training institution, which operated from 1817 to 1919 in the Georgian Exarchate of the Russian Orthodox church, in 1993 reopened as a higher educational institution of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Joseph Stalin, the future dictator of Soviet Union, used to be a student of this institution.
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