Cathedral of St.. Alexander
Cathedral of St.. Alexander (Kiev, Ukraine) - description, history, location, comments, photos and videos.
The Cathedral of St. Alexander is a Catholic cathedral in Kiev. There are about five thousand parishioners. The Cathedral is the oldest Catholic church in Kiev.
The cathedral's story begins during the reign of Alexander I. The church was built at the expense of the nobility of Kiev province, fundraising was completed in 1814.
In 15 September 1990, the first massacre was closed near the cathedral in 1937. In 1991, the temple was transferred to the Catholic Church, after which he began the reconstruction. 7 October 1995 The Cathedral of St. Alexander was consecrated again. In 2001, the cathedral was visited by Pope John Paul II.