Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul

Local nameCatedrala Ortodoxă „Sfinții Apostoli Petru și Pavel“
LocationConstanța, Romania

The Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Constanța, located at 25 Arhiepiscopiei Street, Constanța, Romania, is the seat of the Romanian Orthodox Archbishop of Tomis, as well as a monastery. Situated between Ovid Square and the Black Sea in front of the Archbishop's Palace, it was built on the city's peninsular zone in 1883-1885 following plans by architects Alexandru Orăscu and Carol Benesch and, for the interior, Ion Mincu. The cornerstone was laid on 4 September 1883, during the reign of Iosif Gheorghian, Metropolitan of All Romania.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathedral_of_Saints_Peter_and_Paul,_Constanța

Address Strada Arhiepiscopiei 25, 900732 Constanța

Coordinates 44°10'16.731" N 28°39'39.835" E

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