So we are celebrating Easter this Sunday for it is the holiest of holidays. And to celebrate I want to share the interior of Saint Andrew’s Cathedral with you. You may have already seen the exterior in this post. But I wanted to save the interior for a separate post.
I will also try to keep the yapping to a minimum and let the images do the talking.
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Looking towards the back of the church and on the upper level is the “Geinekonitis” where the women and children traditionally stayed to be segregated from the men. It is now used as extra space for the church, where segregation no longer exists.
The Iconostasis (a screen bearing icons, separating the sanctuary from the nave) is on either side of the doors.
There are many mosaics depicting religious themes.
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