This year, the entire Orthodox world widely celebrates the greatest historical date — 1025 years of Christianity in Russia. "On that day, in the Dnieper font born Russian statehood, a new country, a new nation was born with the special moral system of coordinates."
By 1917, Russia had 78,000 churches and 1253 the monastery. During the Soviet regime were destroyed tens of thousands of temples. The exact number of exploded or disassembled (and not, for example, converted into warehouses) churches still unknown. By 1991, Russia had about 7,500 churches and 16 monasteries. In the 25 years of the religious revival of the Russian Orthodox Church in Russia and around the world have been built 25,000 new churches. That means — was built in the year one thousand temples, temple or three a day. The largest and most majestic of them in the review.
The Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. The largest temple of the Russian Orthodox Church. Designed for 10,000 people. Height — 103 meters. Built in 1994-1997 on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1931.
Cathedral of the Annunciation in Voronezh. The third largest Orthodox church in Russia. Capacity — up to 6000 people. Height — 85 meters. Built in 1998-2009 years.
Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral in Khabarovsk. The third highest temple of Russia. Capacity — 3600 people. Height — 96 meters. Built in 2001-2004.
Holy Trinity Cathedral in Moscow. Capacity — up to 4,000 people. Height — 70 meters. Built in 2001-2004.
Assumption Cathedral in Yaroslavl. Capacity — more than 4,000 people. Height — about 60 meters. Postoiev in 2004-2010, on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1937.
The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Kaliningrad. Capacity — 3000. Height — 73 meters. Built in 2004-2006.
Cathedral Fyodor Ushakov in Saransk. Capacity — 3000. Height — 63 meters. Built in 2002-2006.
Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral in Togliatti. Capacity — 3000. Height — 62 meters. Built in 1992-2002.
Holy Trinity Cathedral in Bryansk. Capacity — 3000. Height — 58 meters (free-standing bell tower — 80 meters). Built in 2006-2012.
Holy Ascension Cathedral in Magnitogorsk. The largest spiritual center of the southern Urals. Height — 52 meters. Built in 1998-2005.
Holy Trinity Cathedral in Magadan. The temple-monument to victims of political repression. The largest in the Far East Orthodox church. Capacity — 2500. Height — 71 meters. Built in 2001-2011 years.
Holy Trinity Cathedral in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. The construction can withstand 10-magnitude earthquake. Capacity — 3000. Height — 42 meters. Built in 2001-2006.
St. Nicholas Cathedral in Kislovodsk. Capacity — 3,500. Height — 54 meters. Postoiev in 1993-2008, on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1937.
Kazan Church in Saransk. Capacity — 3000. Height — 65 meters. Built in 2001-2011 years.
St. Michael cathedral in Izhevsk. Height — 67 meters. Postoiev in 2004-2007 on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1937.
Church on Blood in Yekaterinburg. Height — 60 meters. Built in 2000-2003 on the place where he was shot last Russian Emperor Nicholas II and his family.
Assumption Cathedral in Khabarovsk. Height — 60 meters. Postoiev in 2000-2002 on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1930.
Catherine’s Cathedral in Pushkin. Capacity — about 2,000 people. Height — 53 meters. Postoiev in 2007-2010 on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1939.
Kazan Church in Nakhodka. Capacity — 1800 people. Built in the years 2004-2010.
Trinity St. Vladimir’s Cathedral in Novosibirsk. Capacity — 1500. Height — 60 meters. Built in 1999-2008 years.
Holy Trinity Church in Tambov. Height — about 50 meters. Built in 2008-2010.
Nativity Cathedral of the Conception Convent in Moscow. Postoiev in 2006-2010 on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1934.
Church of the Nativity in Krasnoyarsk. Capacity — more than 1,000 people. Height — 47 meters. Built in 2005-2012 years.
Holy Trinity Church in Bataysk. Built in 2000-2013 years.
Uspensky Cathedral in Omsk. Height — 57 meters. Postoiev in 2005-2007 on the site of the destroyed Temple in 1935.
St. Nicholas Cathedral St. Nicholas Monastery in Pereslavl. Postoiev during 1999-2005 on the site of the demolished in the 1930s, the church.