Small fee to enter and no pictures allowed. Very beautiful place with nice scenery. Small hike to get there, but worth it. Not a good place for my 2 year old so we had to take turns going in.
About Russisch-Orthodoxe Kirche (auch : Griechische Kapelle)
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Beautiful church hidden in the woods. The golden roofs look stunning, especially in the sun. It's definitely a hidden gem you should look out for when you visit the Neroberg.
The whole of the Neroberg is worth visiting, which includes a visit to the Orthodox Russian Church. Much smaller than expected, it is nonetheless beautifully decorated.
When you go up to the Neroberg you have to visit the church close to the "summit" of Neroberg. Of course you have to pay to get inside this church - but keep in mind that the people there needs the money to keep the...More
If you are nearby you should take a quick look at this church. It impresses with the golden onion domes.
This is a very small church, more of a chapel really. The architecture is exquisite and the inside is decorated with Russian icons and wonderful art work. Definitely worth a visit.
There is a small fee to enter the church, which goes towards the people that oversee the church during off hours. While it is a shame that churches can't just leave their doors open to the communities they serve, theft has made that impossible. The...More