Located on the bank of the Moksva River in Moscow, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Khram Khrista Spasitelya) is supposedly the largest Orthodox Church on Earth. After being ruined by Stalin, the original monument is now given a new look and feel that is totally outstanding as you see it today. On December 31, 1999 in Moscow, the newly built Cathedral of Christ the Savior was inaugurated for the public. The cathedral is a breathtaking testimony to the regained supremacy and esteem of the Orthodox Church.
The guide started explaining the story behind the construction of the current marvel. He described that the architects wanted the new amazing structure to retain the glory of the original one, in the sense that they wanted it to resemble the old as maximum as possible. Therefore, they did every possible thing [...]