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Looks good from the outside, and from a distance, but is truly depressing on the inside. The roof is leaking, the walls are peeling, and the staff seem to be interested only in getting donations. I sympathize with their need for money to make repairs,...More
For a $5 donation you may enter this small, quant little Russian Orthodox Cathedral in the middle of downtown Sitka. It is a Cathedral as it was the location that the Bishop of Alaska was assigned. The walls display dozens of amazing Russian icons, most...More
The original church was destroyed in a fire that destroyed much of downtown Sitka in 1966 It was apparent that the church (which is a Cathedral) could not be saved, but there was time for the town to come together and save all of the...More