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I've seen this referred to as St Nicholas Naval Cathedral, but it's not the Naval Cathedral of St Nicholas. It's a lovely church worth a visit. It's a working church, and they had part of it roped off from tourist stampede. I guess I didn't...More
Loved this strikingly blue cathedral but they obviously don't like tourists. A couple of stern-looking and unfriendly priests were guarding the entrance and we were told firmly that we could not go in, though a sign outside says it's possible "by prior request". So we...More
St. Nicholas is one of some cathedrals in St. Petersburg. It is, obviously, a big religious building, located in the center of a square, so you can surround all the cathedral and see it from all sides. It is very nice and light blue. A...More
Our tour van arrived here on a Sunday morning while the devout were arriving for a service. We were told it was okay to enter the church if we remained quiet and did no photography. Before entering, we admired the pale blue decorative façade of...More
A Church that is used so no photos inside and a much more formal atmosphere, even smells and sounds like a Church.
Very different look, dappled in pale blue a-topped with gold.
Whilst tourist area is roped off, should you wish you can offer prayer...More
Very nice 18th century baroque church with a beautiful light blue facade. Five golden domes grace this church. the church is dedicated to the seamen because of its patron st. Nicholas. Interior is equally splendid containing great icons and a golden iconostasis among other artefacts.