The striking Russian Church was built in 1905-'09 in Soviet style with 7 onion domes topped by crosses

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Day 1: BUCHAREST Arrival in Bucharest – the capital of Romania. Pick-up from the airport and transfer to your hotel. T...

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Bucharest Russian Church, Bucharest

The striking Russian Church was built in 1905-'09 in Soviet style with 7 onion domes topped by crosses.

The striking Russian Church was built in 1905-'09 in Soviet style with 7 onion domes topped by crosses. The brick and stone building was built as an Art Nouveau interpretation of traditional Russian architecture, with Byzantine elements. The interiors have oil paintings by Russian artists Vasiliev and Cudinov, in a neo Byzantine style. ceramic ornament, with themes inspired from Russian folklore. wooden, gold-gilded iconostasis


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About Bucharest Russian Church

 Strada Blănari, București, Romania

 +40 21 314 6450

 sfnicolaeselari.ro

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