Alexander's Cathedral is an Orthodox church as soon as it looks. Three golden onions have very conspicuous tops. The church also has the function of telling the time at the whole time of the day. The three bronze bells of the church will make a loud crash sound. The doors on the bells will have little people come out to dance. It's very interesting.
There are three magnificent golden onion domes of St. Alexander · Nevsky Kirk Church is the Russian Orthodox Church in Copenhagen, very close to the marble church. When you walk from Amirinburg Palace to Marble Church, stop at Bredgade and look to your right. You may miss it, but it's easy to get your attention, but you don't know what it is. This architectural style is rare in other European cities.
I saw a lot of people taking pictures, so I took pictures too. Later I knew it was Alexander's Cathedral.
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is an Orthodox Catholic Cathedral located in Yalta City, Crimean Republic of Russia. Alexander Nevsky, who was sacred in 1547. It was built between 1891 and 1902 to commemorate Alexander II, who was murdered in 1881. It's very close to Lenin wharf. It's just a little north of the wharf.
It is said that this is the church named by Alexander in ancient Rome. It is especially magnificent and magnificent.
Churches don't feel too worthwhile, but ordinary is also beautiful.
The old buildings are very beautiful under the blue sky in summer