Church of St Alexander Nevsky

Remnants of the emperor Constantine’s original 4th-century Holy Sepulchre church can be seen inside a Russian Orthodox church that is a next-door neighbor of the present Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Church of St Alexander Nevsky — named after a 13th-century Russian warrior-prince — is often overlooked because its facade resembles an elegant residence or hotel rather than a church.

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