The Patriarchal Exarchate for Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition in Western Europe is an exarchate of the Ecumenical (Patriatchate Constantinople) of Russian Orthodox tradition, founded in 1931, based in Paris, and having parishes throughout Europe, mainly centered in France.
The Exarchate is sometimes known as Rue Daru from the street in Paris where its cathedral is located.
In 2006 the Exarchate has incorporated a newly established vicariate in Great Britain and Ireland. Its current leader is Archbishop Gabriel (de Vylder) of Komana.
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