St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral (Никольский морской собор, Nikolskiy morskoy sobor) is a major Baroque Orthodox cathedral in the western part of Central Saint Petersburg. It has always been closely associated with the Russian Navy, serving as its main shrine until the Russian Revolution.
In the upper church there are numerous memorial plaques for the crews of the sunken Soviet submarines, including K-278 Komsomolets. The crew of the submarine K-141 Kursk has also been commemorated there.
Oxana Krepysheva | Apr 8, 2018
Upper hall is must see! It’s an amazing place in the city
Sa Pr | Jan 25, 2018
Another astonishing cathedral in the city, definitely worth taking the time to visit and admire its gorgeous architecture. Free entrance, it's an active temple so most of the interiors are restricted for tourists.
Patrick Pierson | Oct 29, 2017
Just visited this church for the first time. The clergy here were very nice and receptive. The ceremonies were incredible. Also just a magnificent church.
Anton N | Nov 28, 2017
Not to be visited by large group of foreigners - you will be asked to stay closer to entrance (easy to understand but not easy to accept), so to go inside it is better to come alone and looks as Russian as you can ;-)
Gabriel-Viorel Craciun | Apr 20, 2018
Looks nice outside
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