More from Nain

While I was in Nain, we had a lot of stimulating discussions and meetings, but we also got to go around town a bit. We had a walking tour of Nain’s historic downtown area led by Dr. Hans Rollmann, which was very interesting! I was making lots of notes, and some of what I learned will be put into upcoming publications!

We also were treated to a performance by the Nain Moravian Church choir, always a wonderful experience.

We started off the evening with a performance by the church choir

We started off the evening with a performance by the church choir

Johannes Lampe introduces us to the choir

Johannes Lampe introduces us to the choir

And then, we braved the chilly winds to walk around outside. I was reeeeeealllly wishing I had dressed a little warmer!

Dr. Hans Rollmann takes us on a walking tour of Nain. Here we are in the old (very old!) Moravian cemetary, where missionaries were buried, dating back to the 1700s!

Dr. Hans Rollmann takes us on a walking tour of Nain. Here we are in the old (very old!) Moravian cemetary, where missionaries were buried, dating back to the 1700s!

A grave stone

A grave stone

Another grave marker

Another grave marker

And that’s it from Nain…for today! More again soon, I promise! (I’m having technical difficulties and haven’t gotten to the really good stuff yet!)

Aimee

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