This small building is almost imperceptible for one of the oldest cathedrals in our city Andrew.
However, built in 1760, it is almost the same age as the aforementioned church. Built in the Petrine Baroque style, it is dedicated to Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian and John Chrysostom. The church was a temporary abode of all believers at the time of the construction of St. Andrew’s Church, here were transferred to the iconostasis, altar and other church items from the personal church of Prince Menshikov. Until now, the building is a plaque which says that within two years (1916-1918) it was a cathedral for services for Georgians. With the advent of Soviet power its fate was the same as in most churches, it was closed, and pomschenie gave a knitwear factory. From 1991 to 1998 there were restoration work on the donations of the faithful, it was returned as the original icons and written new ones.