The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Baku, Azerbaijan

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The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (often referred to as 'The Gilt Church') was the main Russian Orthodox cathedral in Baku, Azerbaijan from 1898, when it was built until its destruction in 1936 during the Stalin era. The cathedral is also known as the biggest Russian Orthodox structure ever built in the South Caucasus. - Year: circa 1910s