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The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood

The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg is an Orthodox Memorial Church of the Resurrection of Christ, constructed in memory of Emperor Alexander II who was mortally wounded in an attack in this place on March 1, 1881. The cathedral was built as a monument to Tsar-Martyr. The cathedral is located in the historic center of St. Petersburg, on the banks of the Griboyedov Canal near Mikhailovsky Garden and the Konyushennaya Square,

The Kazan Cathedral

The Kazan Cathedral (Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan) is one of the largest churches in St. Petersburg, made in the Empire style. The cathedral was built on Nevsky Prospect in 1801-1811 by the architect A. Voronikhin. the laying of the foundation stone of the Kazan Cathedral took place on August 27, 1801. Before that, there was a small stone church of the Nativity of the Virgin, built in 1733-1737 by architect M. Zemtsov in the area around Nevsky

St. Isaac’s Cathedral

St. Isaac's Cathedral is the largest Orthodox church in St. Petersburg. St. Isaac's Cathedral in St. Petersburg is an outstanding monument of late classicism. The cathedral was built in 1818-1858 by the architect Auguste Montferrand, Emperor Nicholas I supervised the construction. The history of the church dates back to 1707 when near the Admiralty was built a small wooden church in honor of St. Isaac of Dalmatia. Day of the Saint falls on the bi

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