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Cathedrals

In an age when church and state were all but inseparable, cathedrals became the ultimate symbol of power and prestige. Moscow's cathedrals, which date from the depths of the Middle Ages right up to the present day, are widely different in style, but all have the power to awe and entrance in equal measure.

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
Moscow's most prestigious building project of the nineties, this resurrected cathedral is a phenomenally impressive symbol of post-Soviet Russia.  ›››

St. Basils Cathedral in Moscow St. Basil's Cathedral
Moscow's most famous landmark, recently renovated, is an inimitable and awe-inspiring experience.  ›››

The Kazan Cathedral in Moscow Kazan Cathedral
Although dwarfed by its Red Square neighbours, the Kazan Cathedral makes up in charm for what it lacks in scale.  ›››

The Cathedral of the Annunciation in Moscow Cathedral of the Annunciation
Once the private church of the Tsar's family, this glorious 15th Century cathedral, now used as a museum, is one of the highlights of the Kremlin.  ›››

The Cathedral of the Assumption in Moscow Cathedral of the Assumption
The oldest church in the Kremlin, and the original centre of the Orthodox church in Moscow, the Cathedral of the Assumption is austere and impressive.  ›››

The Cathedral of the Archangel in Moscow Cathedral of the Archangel
Dedicated to the patron saint of the rulers of Muscovy, this 16th Century cathedral became the resting place for the Rurik and Romanov dynasties.  ›››

The Cathedral of the Twelve Apostles in Moscow Cathedral of the Twelve Apostles
Part of the Patriarch's Palace, this Cathedral became the private church for the heads of the church in the Kremlin.  ›››
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