St.Petersburg, with over 150 Russian Orthodox churches, was very religious, as was all of Russia, before the 1917 October Revolution.  Many of these churches were closed down and desecrated during Soviet times. Only a few including St. Nicholas Church, The Cathedral of St. Prince Vladimir, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity of St. Alexander Nevsky Lavra, and the  Transfiguration Cathedral of All the Guards * have continued to function as Russian Orthodox churches throughout the 20th century.

Our tour includes attending services at St. Nicholas Cathedral, along with  visits to other Russian Orthodox churches in St. Petersburg.

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