Orthodox Church

  ul. Kilińskiego 56      (+48) 42 633 41 69     17 Apr 2019
One of two Orthodox churches in the city, the domed neo-Byzantine St. Alexander Nevsky is the most interesting of the pair and serves as an official cathedral of the Łódź-Poznań Bishop. Said to have been designed by the official city architect Hilary Majewski between 1881 and 1884 as a gift from Łódź’s industrialists to the Orthodox community, the church has many ornate elevations and a breathtakingly rich interior featuring iconostasis made in St. Petersburg.



Open by prior arrangement for groups but individuals can attend the 09:00 service on Saturdays or the 10:00 service on Sundays. Call between 10:00 and 13:00 to arrange a tour for a group, individuals can visit on Sundays 09:00-12:30.


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