A picture taken during a trip to Russia in 2015. Read more...
A small Russian Orthodox church at the outskirts of St. Petersburg. It was built in 1780 at the direction of Empress Catherine the Great as a memorial of the Russian victory over Turkey in the Russian-Turkish war 1768-74. It is locally called the 'Chesme Church', because that victory took place near the Turkish town of Cesme. Since it was consecrated and inaugurated on St. John the Baptist's birthday (June 24th), it was named after him.
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