The Alexander Nevski Cathedral (Aleksander Nevski katedraal) is Tallinn’s largest and most magnificent Orthodox cathedral. The cathedral is located in the Old Town of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. It is a typical Russian Revival church.
Located on the other side of Toompea is the famous Tallinn Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Compared with the simple-looking Cathedral of Our Lady of Tallinn, it has a red and white exterior wall and a dark gray onion head shape. The typical Russian style is more conspicuous. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is the largest and tallest domed Orthodox Church in Tallinn.
It is very close to Lenin Pier, which is just a little bit north. The architecture of the church is quite unique and is most famous in Yalta, Crimea. Alexander Nevsky, the leader of the Russians in the 13th century, was called the Hero of the Neva River for defeating the Swedes on the Neva River.
At the southern end of the old city, the brightly colored Orthodox church style is beautiful, no matter what angle you take.
In Tallinn, where the church stands, if St. Olaf is the representative of the lower town, St. Alexander Leevsky is the representative of the upper town. The magnificent Orthodox cathedral, with its castles on the Tombian hills, is the most scenic spot in the upper town. History is not long but it is done with all its effort in building and decorating, rich historicism style, and numerous mosaics, which shows the full efforts of the then ruler, the Russian Tsar, to assert authority in this area, this church is a Romanov family in Eshani The last glory of this land. Every time the sun goes down, the sun goes down and the cathedral on the hill of Tombia looks out from the square below. The reflection of the sunset is especially beautiful.