Kazansky Cathedral

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This is a very special cathedral for the residents of St Petersburg. It was built between 1801 and 1811 to a design drawn by Voronikhin. The cathedral was built to house the miracle-working icon of Our Lady of Kazan (the icon is now kept in the Prince Vladimir Cathedral). Kazansky Cathedral was constructed in the shape of a Latin cross. The side facing Nevsky Prospect boasts a colonnade of 96 columns. Exhibitions are held here regularly according to the Orthodox church and the Ecclesiastical art.

It is very easy to get to the cathedral. Take a metro train to Nevsky Prospect, get up the elevator leading to Griboedova Canal. The building opposite the subway exit is the cathedral.

Tel: +7 812 311 0495

Address: 2 Kazanskaya square (Kazanskaya Ploshchad)

type:Churches and Cathedrals
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