St. Michael’s Lutheran Church
The street of religious tolerance, famously said Alexander Dumas of Nevsky Prospect. Swedish, Dutch, Armenian, German, Roman Catholic and many other churches are close neighbors there. Peter the great allowed religious freedom in an official manifesto in 1702, and Saint Petersburg is the prime example of religious tolerance unheard of Europe in the 18th century.
Architect: Karl BulmeringGothic influence is clearly traced in the design of St. Michael’s Lutheran Church built to the project by ?- K. Bulmering in 1874 — 1877 in Vasilyevsky Island.
Built in 1874-1876
Its main facade facing Sredny Prospect is marked with a pointed portal and a wimperg, a rose window over it. The original inner plan and the decor of the building rendered to the ’Sport’ enterprise was nearly completely lost.