World Bulletin / News Desk
Sumela Monastery will hold the third mass on August 15.
Greek Orthodox religious service will be held at the Sumela Monastery in the northeastern province of Trabzon for the third time.
After 88 years, the first mass at Sumela was held in 2010.
Fener Greek Patriarch Bartholomew will lead the mass marking the Assumption of Mother Mary, a sacred day for Christians.
600 people are expected to attend the religious service.
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