Beautiful cathedral from the outside but I did not get to see the inside :( The cathedral was originally built in the 16th century to commemorate the Russian victory over the Polish army. Stalin wanted to destroy it but the person who was supposed to do it refused. It is beautiful based on the multicolored onion domes and beautiful architecture. It is said that Ivan the Terrible had it built and then blinded the eyes of the architect so nothing more beautiful could be built. It is amazing that in an anti-religious state this cathedral remained intact. Make sure you see it during the day and at night when it is washed in light and seems to be illuminated.
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