Kazansky Cathedral

Nevsky Prospect, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 191011

7 812 314 46 63

Paul I, Catherine the Great’s son, had this majestic cathedral built in the early 1800s. Today it sits at a busy section of the city's main thoroughfare, Nevsky Prospect. Book a table at Terrassa to dine overlooking majestic views of the cathedral and its colonnade. Fun (ironic) fact: during the Communist era, the cathedral was turned into the Museum of Atheism.

Written by Amelia Osborne Scott

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