A group of children takes part in the religious ceremony The washing of the feet, officiated on the Holy Thursday, in the St. Archangels Michael and Gabriel Armenian Apostolic Cathedral (1911 – 1915) in Bucharest, Romania. According to the tradition, the parish priest washes and anoints with holy oil the feet of 12 boys (or children), this gesture symbolise the washing of the feet of the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ, in the evening of The Last Supper.