Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Holy Virgin Mary is one of the two existing Catholic churches in Moscow (2016) and the largest in Russia. Built in neo-Gothic style beautiful building attracts attention of tourists. The main liturgical language for Masses is Russian, but services are also held in Polish, English, French, Spanish, Korean, Latin and Armenian. There are held the charity concerts of organ and sacred music.

Construction of the temple lasted from 1901 to 1911. The cathedral was consecrated on December 21, 1911. The cathedral was closed during Soviet Union Communist Party stay in power (1938 - 1996). In 1996 the church was handed over to the Catholic Church.

  • The Cathedral is located at a distance about 3.5 kilometers to northwest of the Kremlin and Red Square.
  • Address: Malaya Gruzinskaya Street, 27/13.
  • The nearest metro station "Ulitsa 1905 Goda" is located at a distance of about 750 meters. Metro stations Krasnopresnenskaya and Barrikadnaya are located at a distance of about 900 meters from the church.
  • You can specify the location of the temple on a Moscow map.
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