Don't confuse this church with the other St. Nicholas, in Mala Strana. The 18th-century, twin-towered edifice of this ... More
St Nicholas Church (Kostel sv. Mikuláse)
Don't confuse this church with the other St. Nicholas, in Mala Strana. The 18th-century, twin-towered edifice of this church looks larger from the outside than it really is. The constraint on space meant that the towers were placed on the long, southern flank of the church rather than, as is usually done, on the shorter western façade. This church has a gorgeous late-baroque interior and concerts here often center around the massive organ at the rear. Concerts are held daily in the summer. Note that the musicians usually stand out of sight in the organ loft. The acoustics here are superb enough to make even a middling soprano sound great.
Established on this site in 1946, the first Parish Church was demolished to make way for this magnificent traditional Russian
Orthodox Church design. Blue and gold domes stand clear above the skyline of the Adelaide park lands in stark ...
A blue, onion shaped globe tops this small, wooden historic building. It was built in the 1830s marking a site
that has had constant Athabascan presence since at least 1652 (though oral tradition has it that the settlement dates ...
Peter the Great desired that all Christians, regardless of denomination, were able to worship in a church of their own
faith. Hence, the Church of St. Catherine was established in 1716 and it is now not only the largest ...