Russian Orthodox churches outside Russia
|Classical Weimar||Russian Church in the Historic Cemetery|
|Funerary and memory sites of the First World War||MA03 Saint-Hilaire-le-Grand Russian Cemetery and Chapel|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||Baden-Baden, Bad Ems, Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral in Karlovy Vary|
|Mathildenhöhe Darmstadt||Russian orthodox church St. Mary Magdalene|
|Mount Athos||Saint Panteleimon Monastery (and hence its Katholikon or main church) is Russian Orthodox.|
|Nice||The St Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral, opened in 1912, thanks to the generosity of Russia's Tsar Nicholas II. (wiki)|
|Samarkand||In the European Quarter|
|Tallinn||Alexander Nevski Cathedral|
|Tauric Chersonese||Saint Vladimir Cathedral|
|Tokaji Wine Region||The Tokaj Orthodox Church was established by Greek and Russian merchants. (Russian Czars stationed a military unit in Tokaj to supervise the procurement and the security of each wine shipment to Russia.)|
|Vilnius||Church of the Holy Spirit|
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