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One of my favorite cathedral in my native city. The temple was destroyed in Soviet period and re-established again. It's very beautiful place. Very nice views. Of course you must visit this Cathedral if you visit Kyiv.
It takes you 30 to 45 minutes minutes to visit the cathedral, and 'climb' the bell tower with a sort of museum on the way up. The cathedral itself wasn't big at all from the inside. It was dark, and many visitors were here to...More
The churches in Kiev are what I have realise are beautiful. This church is coloured blue with golden dome makes it stand out.
The interior is also beautiful though is cones out as any other church but it was very serene
St Michaels is iconic and worth visiting. The building isnt the original but a reconstruction funded by the Ukrainian people after independence.
It is quite impressive and although free to enter we couldnt go in as work was happening that morning. We did mange to...More
St Michaels is another beautiful iconic building. The interior was very nice but not overwhelmingly so – we have seen finer Orthodox churches with more dramatic interiors elsewhere. At least there was no charge to get in and there was no apparent ban on taking...More
St Michael's Monastery was the first stop during our long weekend in Kiev. While its a reconstruction, the monastery is still magnificent and the blue colour really makes it all the more impressive. Spend some time outside of the complex on the square, admiring the...More