Theodore Cathedral

Theodore Cathedral Theodore cathedral was built specifically for the significant date, the tercentenary of the Romanov dynasty.
The construction lasted two years on the donations of the faithful. The temple was made of reinforced concrete, which was a novelty at the time. Outwardly, he looked like the Rostov and Yaroslavl churches of 16-17 centuries, its maximum capacity of 3,500 people. Since the cathedral was dedicated to the royal family, it was shown the Romanov family tree on the northern wall, and was inscribed, devoted to the Emperor’s family members among bells. After the establishment of Soviet power Cathedral lasted until 1932, thanks to the active support of the Communists; but then the dome was demolished and the building was given to the dairy. Only in 2013, the 400th anniversary of the Romanov, it was restored in a historically accurate way.