List of seminaries and theological schools

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* Chelyabinsk Theological College, Chelyabinsk   
 
* Chelyabinsk Theological College, Chelyabinsk   
 
* [http://seminaria.bel.ru Belgorod Theological Seminary], -Belgorod; [[Church of Russia]]  
 
* [http://seminaria.bel.ru Belgorod Theological Seminary], -Belgorod; [[Church of Russia]]  
* Izhevsk Diocese Pastor Preparatory Courses, Izhevsk  
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* The Pastoral Preparatory Courses of thy Diocese of Izhevsk and Udmurtia, Izhevsk  
 
* Kaluga Theological Seminary, Kaluga; [[Church of Russia]]  
 
* Kaluga Theological Seminary, Kaluga; [[Church of Russia]]  
 
* [[Kazan Theological Academy|Kazan Theological Seminary]], Kazan [http://kds.eparhia.ru]; [[Church of Russia]]
 
* [[Kazan Theological Academy|Kazan Theological Seminary]], Kazan [http://kds.eparhia.ru]; [[Church of Russia]]
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* Nizhny Novgorod Female Diocese College, Nizhny Novgorod  
 
* Nizhny Novgorod Female Diocese College, Nizhny Novgorod  
 
* Omsk Theological College, Omsk  
 
* Omsk Theological College, Omsk  
* Perm Diocese Pastor Courses, Perm
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* The Pastoral Courses of the Diocese of Perm and Solikamsk, Perm
 
* Pimen Orthodox Institute, (in Russian), St. Petersburg; [[Church of Russia]]
 
* Pimen Orthodox Institute, (in Russian), St. Petersburg; [[Church of Russia]]
 
* Pskov Theological College, Pskov
 
* Pskov Theological College, Pskov

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