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St Nicholas built in 1893 by a Tlingit leader was listed as a historic place in 1973. It is built in the shape of an octagon and has some paintings on its walls and artifacts inside but is small. To get there, you have to...More
Visited this beautiful historic Russian Orthodox church in Juneau while on excursion from a cruise. Was very interesting to see the role of the church played n the lives of the local and especially indigenous Alaskan communities. Though small in size, the church is close...More
Be sure to stop here (just 2 min walk downhill from the Juneau International Hostel, or 5 min uphill from downtown) and have a look. This church is in excellent condition and if you're lucky it will be open and you can see a wealth...More
A very charming Russian Orthodox church that was constructed in 1893. It is the oldest and still in use church in this part of Alaska. The interior has limited space and services are held on Saturdays and Sundays. There is no room for chairs and...More
We spent less than 30 minutes here, but learned lots. The inside was fantastic. My favorite was the metal bible cover. It was so interesting...so many details...I loved it! Peaceful little spot in the middle of a cute little town.
The church door was open so we entered to experience all the beautiful old Russian Orthodox icons (sacred paintings of saints displayed around the altar). Get off the beaten path and enjoy this lovely little old church.