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Tsarskoye Selo deanery History
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Deanery of Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin Deanery) - Deanery of the Diocese of St. Petersburg Russian Orthodox Church, which unites churches and Pushkin Kolpinsky areas of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region of Tosnensky area. It was established in 1998. As of 2012 includes 18 parishes. Dean District is Archpriest Gennady Zverev, rector Ascension (Sophia) Cathedral in Pushkin.

Separate Deanery was founded in 1780, simultaneously with the formation of the county to the city center of Sofia in Sofia. Deanery called by county - The Sofia. It included all the temples of the Diocesan Office. In 1796, the area and the number of churches increased after the deanery of the county's territory abolished Christmas County. In 1823, the name of the district was changed to "Deanery Pavlovsk, Gatchina and Tsarskoye Selo", and after 6 years of Tsarskoye Selo district was divided into two Deanery. This division persisted until 1922, when part of the territory ceded to the county Detskoselskiy Gatchina county. From that time until 1940 at the Children's Deans are abbots Selo Catherine's Cathedral.
In addition, in 1920 the Children's Selo there his vicariate. Detskoselskiy bishops were Bishop Sergius (Zenkevich) (30 October - 30 December 1927), and (at the same time and Shlisselburgsky) Gregory (Lebedev) (30 December 1927 - May 1928).
In the 1940s separate Deanery with the center in Pushkin ceased to exist. Modern deanery allocated in 1998 from the Peterhof district.