The world's tallest Orthodox church, from a distance, is very momentous, the interior is even more brilliant, amazing, unfortunately, the church does not allow photography. The church is free to visit. In addition to the main body, there is another floor under the church. In addition, you can buy extra tickets to board the viewing platform on the top of the church. The viewing platform has four sides, which can overlook the panoramic view of Moscow.
Russian churches are very common. During this period of time in Russia, I don't know how many churches I have passed. Once I passed a very ancient church, half-hidden the door, hesitating to enter. An elderly, bent-over wife just came to me to open the door for her, and let me go in together, put on the headscarf prepared by the church, and was catching up with the worshiping, dressed pasture. The teacher preached in the front, and the choir was singing. Many people, old people with crutches, and children with understanding, were praying while reading the Bible. I stood in the corner, listening to the church bell with awe and feeling the power of faith. Suddenly understand that the church is alive, not only a beautiful building, but also the soul of the sustenance. Later, when walking on the road to a church, they would boldly push the door in. Sometimes, they would stand in the corner and visit the famous Savior's Cathedral. They needed girls to wear headscarves and skirts. Men could not wear shorts. When queuing up, the uncle of the security inspection refused to let anyone who did not conform to the front and back of the door. He looked at me and probably wanted me to wear a yellow skin. Skin people felt the charm of the church and kindly let me in. As soon as I entered the hall of the church, I was shocked by the magnificence of the frescoes carved around me. When I looked up at the frescoes on the dome, I felt as if I was alone in the cathedral, peaceful and peaceful in the embrace of the gods. Whenever I think of it, I feel like standing in that church is a deep impression in my heart. Sometimes, some scenery is just a smoky legend. Sometimes, some scenery only exists in it and suddenly understands ~like a beautiful encounter ~
The Cathedral of Christ's Savior, the highest Orthodox Church in the world, has exquisite sculptures and murals. In order to thank the savior for defeating Napoleon, Tsar Alexander I was later demolished by Comrade Stalin against feudalism and prepared to build Moscow's eighth sister Soviet palace. Later, because he had no money, Comrade Khrushchev built the world's largest artificial swimming pool. Finally, the Soviet Union collapsed and Russia rebuilt a Christ's Savior Cathedral in situ.
1:Free visit 2:There is a bridge beside the Savior's Cathedral, which is only allowed to walk. Standing on the bridge, you can take pictures of the Kremlin Palace. It's beautiful. 3:There are ticket sellers on the bridge. 4:There is no ticket inside, and it's not open on the day of going.
Something good that visit Moscow is that you can find some of the most important monuments nearby each other
The Church was built in 1812 to commemorate the defeat of Napoleon. It was officially completed in 1883 as the largest Orthodox church. But it has also experienced the fate of being demolished, but fortunately it has been preserved, so that today we can witness its magnificent demeanor.
The Cathedral of Christ's Savior in Russia, situated on the Moscow River, is the world's tallest Orthodox church and one of the largest Orthodox churches. At that time, in order to thank Christ, the Savior, for saving Russia from failure and avoiding humiliation, and to commemorate the Russian people who died in the war. Russian tourism is basically shocked by the architectural style.
The Catholic Church of Christ's Savior is located in Moscow. It is the Church of Moscow and the head of the herdsmen of Russia. It is the highest Orthodox Church in the world and one of the largest Orthodox churches. The church was built by Tsar Alexander I on December 25, 1812, after the Napoleonic War. The purpose of the church is to thank Christ, the Savior, for saving Russia from failure and shame, and to commemorate the Russian people who died in the war. Wikipedia, the bridge next to it can take a picture of the Kremlin. It's beautiful.