The Alexandria Church is particularly artistic and has a Nordic style. Praying inside must be very happy
The Alexander Church is an Orthodox church. Of course, the water is as beautiful as the Orthodox churches seen in Russia, but its dome is still very distinctive, and it should integrate the Nordic style inside.
The Alexandria Church knows that it is an Orthodox church from the outside. The three golden onions are very conspicuous. The church also has the function of telling the time. On the hour of the day, the three bronze bells of the church will make a loud crashing sound, and the small door on the bell will have a small person leaning out to dance, which is very interesting.
The Alexander Church is a Russian Byzantine church established by the Russian Tsar Alexander III in 1883. The Orthodox Church next to the Friedrichshafen Church has a golden roof because it is located in the capital city.
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is an Orthodox Cathedral located in Yalta, the Republic of Crimea, Russia. It is dedicated to Alexander Nevsky who was canonized in 1547. The church was built in 1891-1902 to commemorate Alexander II, who was murdered in 1881. It is very close to Lenin Pier, which is just a little bit north.