Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene in Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, Poland

The Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene is a Polish Orthodox cathedral, located in Warsaw, the capital of Poland.

The church was built in 1867–1869, in the style of the Byzantine by Russian architect Nikolai Sychev.



It was ceremonially consecrated in 1869. The building had an area of 776 m² (8.352.794 sq ft) and a capacity for 800–1000 people in a service.

The Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene is one of two Orthodox churches to survive a demolition campaign in the 1920s.


Address:
aleja Solidarności 52, 03-402 Warszawa, Poland



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