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Although it suffered decades of disrepair and decay, this massive, deep blue-domed, Classical-style cathedral, with its impressive array of 24 Corinthian columns, is just beginning to be restored to its original splendor.
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Izmailovskiy Ave., 7 A, St. Petersburg 190005, Russia
Trinity Cathedral is an example of the harmony between blue and white. The Orthodox Church is not located in one of the busiest districts of St. Petersburg however that also means there are not big crowds around it. When we visited the place at the...More
This was the first Cathedral I saw here in St. Petersburg and the outside is impressive but inside was staggering. It was renovated as it fell in disrepair during the Soviet era. But it is now a functioning Cathedral. Women must cover your head and...More
There are just so many churches and cathedrals in St Petersburg that after a while they all begin to merge. But the beauty of the city is that there are plenty of top tier sites within a relatively short distance of each other. Trinity Cathedral...More
The picturesque Cathedral is particularly impressive as viewed from outside due to the 5 blue domes with glittering stars on them. We have visited this spot at night time and took a few photos from outside. The column and the cannons outside the Cathedral were...More
The Trinity Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox Church located at 7th, Izmailovsky Prospekt
The exterior is an imposing white building with columns at the main entrance and at the sides.
On the roof there is a magnificent blue dome with golden stars on its surface...More
This big Trinity Cathedral is located in the Izmailovskiy Avenue or Prospekt. Its construction, exterior shapes and view of the facades represent a fine example of Classical architecture.
Since the Cathedral is in the vicinity of the Fontanka,it can be seen from the embankments of...More
This is a picturesque church that is perhaps worth a small detour if you are particularly interested in Russian orthodox churches. It was recently renovated and the interior isn't particularly impressive. In other words, the blue domes are its most notable feature. However, I was...More
This cathedral caught my eye because of the beautiful blue domes with gold stars. In 2006 while some renovations were being done on the cathedral a fire broke out and damaged the main dome and a cupola. The cathedral reopened in 2010 and is renowned...More
This Cathedral and its Blue Domes can be seen from a far off distance - specially if you are walking on the Banks of "Fontanka River". We had been watching it for 2 days from a distance but finally we decided to walk across to...More
May not be very famous but this is one of the most unforgettable places I visited in Russia. Just happened to enter, it was under renovation inside and photo was not allowed unfortunately. People were mostly locals not many obvious tourists there, most of ladies...More