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*[http://www.angelfire.com/pa3/OldWorldBasic/THE_ICON_CORNER.htm The Icon Corner - КР�?С�?ЫЙ УГОЛ]
 
*[http://www.angelfire.com/pa3/OldWorldBasic/THE_ICON_CORNER.htm The Icon Corner - КР�?С�?ЫЙ УГОЛ]
*[http://michael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=A1735_0_6_0_C Todd Michael's Icon Corner] - See also the [http://raphael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=P1517_0_1_0 living room] and [http://raphael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=P1513_0_1_0 Raphael's Room]
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*[http://michael.doxos.net/icon-corner-asheville/ Todd Michael's Icon Corner] - See also the [http://raphael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=P1517_0_1_0 living room] and [http://raphael.doxos.com/comments.php?id=P1513_0_1_0 Raphael's Room]
 
*[http://southern-orthodoxy.blogspot.com/2005/02/saints-in-family.html Fr. Joseph's Icon Corner]
 
*[http://southern-orthodoxy.blogspot.com/2005/02/saints-in-family.html Fr. Joseph's Icon Corner]
  

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An icon corner in an American home

An icon corner is the family's place of worship, also called the home altar. The concept of the church of the home is an ancient Orthodox tradition, beginning in the first century. At this time there were no separate churches, so Christians would gather in private homes to worship.

Icon corners are typically located in the north- or south-east corner of a room, or on an east-facing wall of the house, since East is the traditional direction for Orthodox prayer.

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