Place Details

Place Details

St. Prince Alexander Nevsky Cathedral

This church, built in 2008 and received the name and patronage of St. Alexander Nevsky, became the first Orthodox shrine built in the Yuzhnoportovy district of the city. Its construction was opened in 2005, just in time for the 60th anniversary of the Victory Day. It is no coincidence that the temple was named after Prince Alexander Nevsky of Moscow — this saint, who performed many military feats during his lifetime, is now revered as the patron saint of all soldiers. In addition to the name of the saint, the temple is also associated with the theme of the war, the thrones (altars), the lower of which is dedicated to the Battle of

The temple was built according to a project in which all the canons of hipped architecture were observed. This made it possible to create a well-thought-out and harmonious architectural ensemble with the Church of the Ascension in [Kolomenskoye] (https://kudago.com/msk/place/kolomenskoje/), located on the opposite bank of the river.

This church, built in 2008 and received the name and patronage of St. Alexander Nevsky, became the first Orthodox shrine built in the Yuzhnoportovy district of the city. Its construction was opened in 2005, just in time for the 60th anniversary of the Victory Day. It is no coincidence that the temple was named after Prince Alexander Nevsky of Moscow — this saint, who performed many military feats during his lifetime, is now revered as the patron saint of all soldiers. In addition to the name of the saint, the temple is also associated with the theme of the war, the thrones (altars), the lower of which is dedicated to the Battle of

The temple was built according to a project in which all the canons of hipped architecture were observed. This made it possible to create a well-thought-out and harmonious architectural ensemble with the Church of the Ascension in [Kolomenskoye] (https://kudago.com/msk/place/kolomenskoje/), located on the opposite bank of the river.

This church, built in 2008 and received the name and patronage of St. Alexander Nevsky, became the first Orthodox shrine built in the Yuzhnoportovy district of the city. Its construction was opened in 2005, just in time for the 60th anniversary of the Victory Day. It is no coincidence that the temple was named after Prince Alexander Nevsky of Moscow — this saint, who performed many military feats during his lifetime, is now revered as the patron saint of all soldiers. In addition to the name of the saint, the temple is also associated with the theme of the war, the thrones (altars), the lower of which is dedicated to the Battle of

The temple was built according to a project in which all the canons of hipped architecture were observed. This made it possible to create a well-thought-out and harmonious architectural ensemble with the Church of the Ascension in [Kolomenskoye] (https://kudago.com/msk/place/kolomenskoje/), located on the opposite bank of the river.

Address

Trofimova Ulitsa, 14

Timetable

daily 08:00 — 19:00

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/hram-nevskogo-kojuhovo/

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