The Cathedral of Saint Mary Magdalene in Warsaw’s Prague district was built between the years 1867 and 1869 for Russians living in this part of the city. It was built on a Greek cross in Byzantine style, features five onion-domes with a stunning golden interior and breathtaking frescos. It is one of the two Orthodox churches still active in the city and considered the main Polish Orthodox Church that survived WWII. Not only the Cathedral, but the Praga district is also an attractive place to visit while you are in Warsaw, for this district survived WWII almost untouched.
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