Temples of St. Petersburg – a list of places of worship in St. Petersburg – Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant cathedrals and churches, as well as synagogues, mosques and others.
There are 268 confessions and religious associations in St. Petersburg: the Russian Orthodox Church – 131 associations, the Old Believer Church, the Armenian Apostolic Church – 2 parishes, the Roman Catholic Church – 7 parishes, the Evangelical Lutheran Church – 19 associations, Muslim – 3 associations, Buddhist – 5 associations, Jewish associations – 9 associations, Evangelical Christian Baptists – 13 associations, Seventh-day Adventist Churches – 6 parishes, Pentecostals – 23 associations and others.
229 places of worship are owned or run by religious associations.
Among them are architectural monuments of federal significance: St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, Sampson Cathedral, Smolny Cathedral, Peter and Paul Cathedral, Nikolo-Bogoyavlensky Naval Cathedral, St. Vladimir’s Cathedral, St. Krovi, Trinity Cathedral of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra, Orthodox monasteries (Alexander Nevsky Lavra, Ioannovsky Stauropegial Convent, Resurrection Novodevichy Monastery, Holy Trinity St. Sergius Seaside Hermitage), Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Catherine, Catholic Basilica of St. Catherine of Alexandria, Lutheran Church of St. Peter and Paul, the Dutch Reformed Church, the Cathedral and Cathedral Mosque, the Great Choral Synagogue, the Buddhist datsan and others.
The city contains the relics of saints: Alexander Nevsky, John of Kronstadt, Xenia of Petersburg.
TOP historic religious buildings and monastery ensembles in St. Petersburg (18)