Cathédrale de la Sainte-Trinité - Église Orthodoxe Russe

Diocèse de Chersonèse - 1 quai Branly - 75007 Paris Tour Eiffel - Invalides
On the left bank of the River Seine, not far from the Eiffel Tower, this fine architectural complex is an eye-catching landmark. Designed by architects Wilmotte & Associates, the centre comprises a Russian orthodox spiritual and cultural centre (CSCOR) with exhibition rooms, an administrative centre, and an educational centre. The centre's focal point is the Sainte-Trinité Russian Orthodox cathedral. Its 5 smooth gold onion domes, made of composite materials (a world first) covered in 90,000 leaves of gold, are topped by Russian orthodox crosses — the highest at more than 36 metres. The materials used to build the complex (concrete, Massangis stone from Burgundy … ), the colours (white, gold … ) and the type (building and garden) were designed to incorporate the building harmoniously into the landscape of the district alongside other sites (Pont d'Iéna, Invalides, Trocadéro ... ).


Guided tours every day at 4pm on registration at the reception.


Free entrance to the cathedral: daily, 14h-19h. Guided tours paid and upon registration.


Paid guided tours on registration by email [email protected] for groups.


In addition to opening hours during services, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is open every day from 2pm to 7pm. Exhibition at the cultural center: Tuesday-Sunday, 2pm to 7 pm.


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Russian language courses at the Onstitut Pouchkine: +33 (0) 6 27 45 27 28 or [email protected]

Sustainable approach

Certification HQEHQE Aménagement™.


Diocèse de Chersonèse - 1 quai Branly
75007 Paris
Public transportation
7Gare de l'Est Verdun
BGare du Nord
DGare du Nord Rer
46Chateau Landon

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