The Usbesky Church in Helsinki, Finland, is ingeniously designed and has a strong Moscow architectural style. The interior of the church is very simple, and the paintings are completed by Russian painters, which completely retains the artistic style of the traditional Orthodox Church. It is the largest Orthodox Church in Europe. The church is not far from Helsinki Cathedral and the seaside. Its architecture is very striking. You can see it from the seaside market. The church was built on a high rock. It had to take a detour to get up. There was not enough time to go up. I just walked past the church when I was walking around the bazaar.
The red Uspenski Orthodox Church was built between 1862 and 1868. Its golden green dome and red brick walls are striking and have Russian architectural style. The color and style of the church are full of mystery. Uzbekistan Orthodox Church is located in the center of Helsinki. Its thirteen golden roofs and ancient red brick exterior walls highlight a trace of Russian religion in Finland between the outlines of Helsinki. The prominent golden dome and red brick churches are particularly dignified. The two trees beside them are shining with the church, which is just the testimony of the Russian style penetrating into Finnish history. The elaborate vault and granite pillars are the two main features of Usbensky Cathedral. The paintings inside the Cathedral are all completed by Russian painters, which completely retain the artistic style of the traditional Orthodox Church.
White Church came to another famous Cathedral of Uspersky, commonly known as the Red Church. Located on a hillside, it has a reddish-brown appearance and a green onion tip. It is a typical Orthodox church, which is in sharp contrast and contrast with the white church in the distance. In my opinion, the red church has a higher appearance.
Usbeski Church belongs to the Orthodox Church, so it is different from the cathedrals often seen in Western European countries. Its appearance is red, very conspicuous, very recognizable. The interior decoration is not luxurious, but it has momentum. It's not far from the ferry. Come and see it won't take much time.
The Russian onion-topped church and the white church are far away, not far apart, each showing its elegance. Churches of different styles also carry history and culture, and are the main spiritual symbols of the local people. There are many love locks on the bridge near the church.
Before that, there were not too many feelings about European churches, nor could we tell the difference between Orthodox Tang and other churches, but the feeling of entering the church was different. The entrance was not big enough. If you go up a staircase, you can enter the hall of the church, full of decorative patterns, and quiet holy images. Stay there quietly and make your life peaceful. The whole interior is exquisite but luxurious and worth seeing. Be careful not to turn on the camera flash when entering the interior.
The Eastern Orthodox Cathedral in Uzbekistan has a beautiful and mysterious appearance. Red brick walls and green bronze domes, decorated with gold, have a strong Russian Moscow architectural style. If you have seen the Orthodox Church in St. Petersburg, Russia, it is a little witch, but it is also known as "the largest Greek Orthodox Church in Scandinavia", "the largest Orthodox Church in Nordic".
It's interesting that the largest Orthodox church on the peninsula was built at the time of Russian unification, but the anti-Russian heroes were buried inside, but the monument of the Russian Tsar on the back was well preserved. All these are four words, respecting history.