The painting of the walls of the main church of the monastery in honor of the Blessed Matron of Moscow in the village of Ritesic near the city of Doboj (Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is being completed.
As part of the second stage of interior decoration, the painting of the walls of the altar and central parts of the temple has already been completed, as well as the dismantling of scaffolding. Currently, the artists of the Center for Classical and Traditional Architecture of the Moscow Architectural Institute (MARKHI) have begun painting the walls of the vestibule of the temple, which is planned to be completed by the celebration of Easter.
The painting is executed in the style of the Russian tradition of the XV-XVI centuries of the Moscow school. Russian Russian paintings use canonical subjects, traditional Russian ornaments, as well as images of saints of the Russian and Serbian Orthodox Churches.
The beautification works are carried out in several stages: stone tile flooring, wall painting, the purchase and installation of an iconostasis, then further beautification is planned inside the temple. The improvement of the monastery of the Blessed Matrona of Moscow, carried out with the assistance of the Foundation for the Support of Christian Culture and Heritage, is scheduled to be completed in 2023.
The Orthodox monastery in honor of the Blessed Matron of Moscow in the village of Ritesic in Bosnia and Herzegovina began to be built in 2010. Russian Russian architectural style is used in the monastery's buildings, including the church of the same name, as it is intended as an object for events aimed at strengthening Russian-Serbian friendship.