St. Paul’s Cathedral



Our biggest and most beautiful buddhist church is the St. Paul’s cathedral. It’s located on the Красная площадь (a. k. a. St. Peter’s Square), but first it was built a few hundred meters away from its actual place: it used to float on the surface of the river crossing the city (“Tisza”), and back in those time, this building was called A38, and was the center of the evil Alcoholist Party, which ruled the city for 300 years. Nowadays the church is Finlands most attractive post-punk style building, and if you are lucky, you can see our patriarch Viktor Orbán blessing the folks from the loggia.

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