The Orthodox Church is the state religion of Russia and is inextricably linked to the traditional culture of Russia as well. As soon as you set foot on the land of Russia, you will find the Orthodox Churches everywhere. The unique onion shaped tombs at the top of the church point to the sky, as if passing the dialogue between God and the human. These Orthodox churches belong to the cross structure and the dome. Byzantine architecture, in the winters and snowy weather of the northern hemisphere with high latitudes, in order to avoid the snow from accumulating on the roof for a long time, Russian architects have created a form of church architecture. They retain the cross-shaped building structure, and the Byzantine. The large dome of the style was transformed into an onion shaped structure is full of fairy tales. There are many Orthodox churches in Vladivostok. These churches are not very large, but the tombs on the top are covered with a shiny gold or blue color. It shines in the sunshine, and for those who have no religious beliefs like me, these structures are just a beautiful scenery.
The Orthodox Church was built at the end of the 19th century. At the beginning of the establishment of the city, the Orthodox Church was originally a wooden sculpture building. The unique architecture is both a place for religious activities of the believers and a highlight of the city architecture. Here, you can experience the rich exotic atmosphere of Russia.
White gold cross and onion-shaped dome with bright, soft colors, in the fabric of the building group, you can recognize the Russian Orthodox Church at a glance.
The overall shape is tall, slender and gorgeous. The exterior is tall and straight, the sides or the four corners are short, the central main building is towering, and the top is a thin spire. Create a sense of solemn elegance, let the believers feel revered.