St. Alexander's Orthodox Church

Tartu, Estonia

A two-storey Orthodox church was built between 1914-1917. It is designed by the architect V. Lunski. Cupolas are inspired by the Old Russian church architecture. The church was reconsecrated in summer 2003.

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Sõbra 19a, Tartu, Estonia
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Founded: 1914-1917
Category: Religious sites in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)


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Vaike Liivamäe (3 years ago)
A two-story church. The lower small church is used in winter and the upper large church in summer. A very beautiful church song!
Changer Lalalaa (4 years ago)
There is a good children’s playground next door
Viktor Minajev (4 years ago)
Pleasant atmosphere. A good, kind and penetrating father.
lilreiks (5 years ago)
Bruh but ok
Derry Hall (5 years ago)
Beautiful Temple to our living God's Son ? Christmas is like no other !! You ! Of course will be delighted and fully Charmed by this magnificent work of Art. Where we will !! perform our play / Theartre for u our beloved THE SECRET GARDEN BY DERRY HALL ¥ ?? GOD bless u Google xxx
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