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To access the terrace on which the main part of church resides one had to pay for the view. Similar views could be seen elsewhere. It is another magnificent church and well worth visiting touristy Andriyivski Uzviz to see it.
The church looks really nice from outside. You can enjoy its architecture from distance while going up the hill. It has a terrace with a view on the surrounding. Church is undergoing some renovation, so it was closed for visitors.
Crowning the top of Andriyivsky Descent is this magnificent five-domed church that was designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli, who also designed the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. St. Andrew's in Kiev was his last masterpiece. One of the city's best known landmarks, the teal, gold and...More
It’s located on top of a hill in historic part of the city.
You can reach there by walk or metro, it’s just two stops from the main square Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
There you can find lots of souvenir shops on the way up and up...More
I was there in 2011 and it was closed for renovations. Plus it looked like it was closed for a while already. Now, 7 years later, still closed and doesn't look like much progress has been made. Still, you can walk around on platform and...More
Although we didn’t go inside we walked past this church on Sunday morning on the way down the Andrivskiya descent from St Michaels. You can peruse the souvenir stalls as you go. An outdoor service was taking place and it was amazing to listen to....More