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The beautiful Classicist building was designed by St. Petersburg architect Luigi Rusca and was constructed in 1820–1827. The church has valuable iconostas, which can compete with the famous Zarudnoi iconostas in the Church of the Transfiguration of...more
This is a fabulous Russian Orthodox Church definitely worth visiting. Ok, there is no photography and some people did not respect this, but it is a church and you should be honoured to be allowed to visit.
With so many tourists being rushed through, this was ultimately a very disappointing experience. No chance to ponder and sit inside to look at the beautiful interior. Most annoyingly, my wife, who wanted to take some time out and pray for so many lost family...More
A small church tucked away down a small street in the Old Town, with an OTT interior. As with the bigger Orthodox church, photography isn’t allowed inside, which is a shame as all the bling has to be seen to be believed.
The architecture from the outside is amazing with its round towers and the inside is also quite beautiful with a lot of gold adorning different sections.
This is not a spectacular church like some others in Europe but it is still quite nice and worth...More
This church costs €6 to enter. I went in to see a famous painting “a Danse Macabre by the Lübeck master Bernt Notke”, which was nice. The church itself is not large... interesting but not fantastic or unique. At 4pm, there was a pipe organ...More