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Small church on the top of Wiesbaden hill. It could be interesting for those who never see orthodox churches. We was surprised that it is not free access, you should pay 2€ to enter and no foto inside.
Not really an orthodox church. It is a shrine for someone who died in the mid 1800s. Pretty from the outside but not a crypt inside and a "gift" shop inside. 2 euros to enter to look at the crypt. No photos allowed inside.
This church is an interesting structure on Neroberg. Please note that on Sunday church services are in progress. Women visitors will have to don headscarves and long skirts to enter the building. The covers are available at the entrance.
If you are in Wiesbaden, it is worth it to go up there. A lot of beautiful icons are inside the Church.
The church has masses with the traditional Orthodox proceedings. It is good to check their schedule and witness one of the masses. We...More
Remarkable place of piece an quiet in the middle of huge viewpoint over Wiesbaden. It is not far from the city center and it can be reach by walk through the gorgeous park, by bus, car and little train called Neroban. Worth seeing!