A bit of Russia in Vienna

5. December 2015
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In this short blogpost, I want to show you a very special place that always makes me feel like being in Russia: The beautiful St. Nicholas Cathedral which is located in the 3rd district of Vienna.

The Orthodox Cathedral was built in the 1890s and in 1998, the cathedral was granted the status of a historical and cultural monument of Russian heritage. The whole building is a perfect example of neo-russian architecture and always reminds me a little bit of the  Saint Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow…

Even tough I grew up in Vienna, this year was the first time that I’ve seen this wonderful building which is very close to the famous Belvedere Palace… So if you ever have the chance to visit this place – take it ! ;)

The exact address is: Jauresgasse 2, 1030 Vienna, Austria

A bit of Russia in Vienna    A bit of Russia in Vienna

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