Suddenly felt like Russia while seeing so many Argentine and European buildings at the Russian Orthodox Church (Iglesia Apostolica Ortodoxa Rusa). Pleasant change and surprise!!
The Russian Orthodox Church was completed in 1904, and it is one of the most beautiful Churches in all of Buenos Aires. The last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II sent much decorative artwork for the Church's interior, and the Church itself was constructed with materials from St. Petersburg, Russia.
This curiosous church is located on one of the sides of the Lezama Park, so if you visit the park you have it to shoot. The hotel is in a very good condition, and it is very good for you to stay in the hotel. It is one of those places you hardly see again in Buenos Aires.
Located in the neighborhood of San Telmo, this church is a curiosity in Buenos Aires. The church was built in the early 1900s with materials brought exclusively from St Petersburg under the command of Zar.