CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION CENTRE

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 ... ).

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

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

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

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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.

Services

  • Restaurant
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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™.

Map

Map
Address
Diocèse de Chersonèse - 1 quai Branly
75007 Paris
Public transportation
(M)
7Gare de l'Est Verdun
(RER)
BGare du Nord
DGare du Nord Rer
EMagenta
(B)
46Chateau Landon

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