The Mystic Russian Charms: Orthodox Cathedral

The Mystic Russian Charms: Orthodox Cathedral

With more than a thousand years in Russian history, the Orthodox remains its strong influence in the country. The orthodox architecture is even regarded as a landmark of Russia. One typical feature of an Orthodox cathedral is its onion-shaped domes called “heads”. Most people interested in orthodox architecture only know about those in Moscow and St. Petersburg, but the one in Sochi remains unexplored.

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About Brian Yeung

Growing up in Hong Kong, pearl of the orient, I have been exposed to many cultures throughout my upbringing, from Sushi to British Top Talents and Tetris. And yet, after my stay in Europe, Russia and Southeast Asia for study and work, I realise a lot of cultural perception and presentation are just myths and stereotypes. Exploring the real accent of a particular country and its culture becomes my agenda of traveling. I value travel as a way to discover the diversity of life choices. After all, life is just the consequence of our many life choices; the one who is aware of its diversity is the luckiest person alive.

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