Uspensky Cathedral in Helsinki

Uspensky Cathedral (Cathedral of the Assumption) is located in central part of Helsinki, just east of Market Square. Uspensky Cathedral is visible from the Market Square of Helsinki. This is one of the most famous sights of the city. The cathedral was built in 1868 (architect Gornostaev). Uspensky Cathedral is the largest Orthodox cathedral in northern Europe. The total height of the cathedral is 51 meters. Distance to Central railway station is approximately one kilometer.

Photo was taken during a tourist trip to Finland in 2012.

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Uspensky Cathedral in Helsinki
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