The Arnau Church of St. Catherine of Alexandria is a Brick Gothic church built in the 14th century. It contains more than 200 medieval frescoes. The Soviets used the church for grain storage. It was not until 2003 that a restoration campaign was launched. The building belongs to the Kaliningrad History Museum and is used for exhibitions and orthodox liturgy.

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A229, Rodniki, Russia
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Founded: 14th century
Category: Religious sites in Russia

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Anna Gladkova (3 years ago)
Были на престольном празднике. Храм старинный очень красивый! Нам понравился. Поедем еще.
Павел Пелевин (3 years ago)
Красивая, интересная, познавательная
Защитники Отечества (4 years ago)
Старинная кирха, восстановленная Русской Православной Церковью.
Владимир Чудаков (4 years ago)
Прекрасно отреставрированный памятник архитектуры. Действующий храм РПЦ со своей паствой и прекрасным духовным наставником.
лена к (4 years ago)
Очень красивое место. Впечатляющий памятник архитектуры. Несколько странно видеть православных в кирхе.
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