The Anglican St Andrew's Church on Voznesensky lane is an only sample of Victorian neo-Gothic style in Moscow, typical for provincial England. Anglicanism is one of the areas of Christianity, common in the British Isles and worldwide. The temple was built on the donations at the end of the 19th century by the English architect Richard Friedman. Most of the parishioners were Scots, so the Church was consecrated in honor of St. Andrew who was the patron Saint of Scotland. The Church became the center of cultural life of the British, who lived in the capital. Besides the hall for worship,there were the library, the archives and the meeting room there.
Moscow, Russia, Voznesensky lane, Tverskaya, Okhotny Ryad, Arbatskaya
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