There are a lot of unanswered questions about this spot:
1. How many monks are living in Old Roussikon? We saw one monk in sept. 2009.
2. What are the plans for this place for 2016 (I understand there is budget)? In 2016 the Russians will be 1000 years on the Holy mountain and there will be festivities.
3. Are there plans to restore f.i. the “wooden church” building F?
4. They are developing a large piece of land north of this spot. What for? Agricultural reasons?
5, What can be seen in the interior of the churches?