Built in 1905-09 with a 600,000 gold rouble donation from Tsar Nicholas II, this church is topped with seven typically Russian onion domes and crowned with an orthodox cross. The wooden, gold-gilded iconostasis (catapeteasmă) is allegedly a copy of the altar in Arhangelsk Cathedral, in Moscow's Kremlin. The church is currently covered in scaffolding while restoration work on the exterior is carried out. It remains open, however.
City centre location
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