Church of the Holy Prince VladimirSochi , Russia
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Church of the Holy Prince Vladimir
In the online camera you can see one of important religious sights of Sochi and real mystical symbol – Church of the Holy Prince Vladimir.
Alike St. Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square in Moscow, built on the honor of foreign lands conquest of by Tsar Ivan the Terrible, the Church of the Holy Prince Vladimir in the webcam (in honor of Vladimir the Baptist of Russia) is considered the guardian of Orthodoxy on the outskirts of Russian lands.
The church, which is well shown in the web camera, has a rich multicolor elements, many decorative details and is a complex three-dimensional structure.
The construction of St. Vladimir’s Church in this online camera began in December 2004. A year later, on November 22, 2005, Metropolitan Isidore of Yekaterinodar and Kuban held a service and consecrated the earth for a future shrine.
he construction of the temple of Prince Vladimir you see in live camera, was constantly stopped and delayed, so the first stone was laid on the foundation on October 20, 2007.
In the construction of a religious monument, where the live broadcast comes from, not only ordinary locals participated, but also city guests from different regions of Russia.
On July 28, 2008, domes were installed and consecrated. On July 28, 2010, bells appeared and were consecrated.
As a result, the construction of the Church of the Holy Prince Vladimir, demonstrated online, was completed in 2011.
On July 3, 2011, the cathedral was consecrated by Metropolitan Isidor of Yekaterinodar and Kuban together with Bishop Herman of Yeisk. The event was attended by the prior of the church Andrey Dubrovsky.
By the decree of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill, the Sochi Church of Holy Prince Vladimir in this webcam was assigned the status of a cathedral. In honor of this significant event, the head of the diocese presented an icon of the 19th century and a crucifix.
In total, in various regions of Sochi, one of which you can see in the online live camera, there are approximately 40 Orthodox churches. Also, there are two monastic complexes in the city – one for women and one for men.
The Orthodox Church is the largest. All the temples of Sochi, including the Church of the Holy Prince Vladimir in a live stream, have interesting architecture and rich history.
The most popular temples and cathedrals in Sochi:
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, Church of John Chrysostom, Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel, Church of St. Andrew the First-Called, Church of the Holy Prince Vladimir in the online camera, Church of the Holy Blessed Matrona of Moscow, Church of the Miraculous Image of Christ the Savior, Temple of the Great Martyr Panteleimon, Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary grieving joy.
In the resort of Sochi, whose temple is visible in a webcam, tourists come with excursions from all over Russia, as well as countries near and far abroad.
Orthodox churches are the main decoration of the relief of the city of Sochi. Architectural and religious historical sites are the important attractions.