Roman Catholic Church

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Taty1602
Moskva, Russland5 258 bidrag
okt. 2021 • Par
Красивое историческое здание с интересной архитектурой было построено за счет средств польской общины Иркутска в конце XIX века. Является одной из достопримечательностей города. Очень приятная атмосфера внутри, замечательный по звучанию орган.
Skrevet 16. oktober 2021
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Alexander P
Bryansk, Russland101 bidrag
jul. 2021
Очень необычное здание для Иркутска - после огромного количества православных церквей. Красивое, воздушное, аккуратное.
Skrevet 9. juli 2021
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Катерина
Irkutsk, Russland190 bidrag
sep. 2020
В Иркутске много красивых зданий, это для меня Римско-католический собор - самый красивый))) такая готичная форма, изысканные украшения стен, характерные окошки... Очень здорово! Как будто оказался в Польше - так похож костел на все польские) путешественникам обязательно рекомендую пройти мимо! А еще лучше - послушать органную музыку на концерте внутри)
Skrevet 29. september 2020
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saronic
Zürich, Sveits23 014 bidrag
aug. 2019
When walking near Kirov Park a brick building in neo-gothic style will strike one's eye: the Roman Catholic Church. With its spires and a rose window above the entrance it looks as if to intentionally show a difference to the style of the Russian Orthodox churches with their cupolas.

Since the early 19th century there had been Catholics in Irkutsk, first mainly Polish exiles. After a first wooden church had been destroyed in the great fire of 1879 this new church was built by the mainly Polish community of the city with the help of a Polish architect and dedicated to Our Lady of the Assumption.

Closed, as can be expected, in Soviet times, it was later used as the Organ Hall of the Irkutsk Philharmonic, due to its organ of German origin inside. To the city's Catholics was given a plot of land on the west side of Irkutsk, where they built the modern Immaculate Heart of Mary Cathedral, consecrated in the year 2000.
Skrevet 14. april 2020
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Kanbaatar
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia18 219 bidrag
jun. 2019 • Alene
The Roman Catholic Church, Irkutsk, Russia, is also known as the Polish Roman Catholic Church because Polish people who were exiled to Irkutsk erected the first, wooden structure.

When I visited the Church, I was welcomed to enter the park-like areas to each side of the Church. I was not able (even thought it was a Sunday) to enter the Church because, IF I correctly understood the lady I spoke with, there are no formal Roman Catholic Masses celebrated at this Church. In doing a little research, it appears to house a magnificent organ and this is its current function.

All of this adds up to considering this just an average attraction and not worth a visit IF your time in Irkutsk is limited. It most certainly is a formal and official Irkutsk attraction and it is numbered 15 among Irkutsk attractions per the Irkutsk visitors bureau.
Skrevet 17. juni 2019
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olbori73
Samara, Russland687 bidrag
aug. 2018 • Venner
В дореволюционные времена в Иркутскую губернию сослали немало поляков. Неудивительно, что католики имеют здесь свой большой храм. Местные называют его Польским костёлом. Внутри есть зал органной музыки.Сам не слышал, но знакомые отзывались восторженно. Расположение храма самое выгодное - практически центр города.
Skrevet 11. januar 2019
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1234102014
Amursk, Russland109 bidrag
aug. 2018 • Par
Меня интересовал не костел как таковой, а костел как органный зал. Мечтала услышать эти звуки! Они льются прямо в душу... Дечебал Григоруцэ, если не наврала, иркутский органист и композитор, именно на его концерт я и попала. Работает как просветитель! Это классно для неподготовленного, как я, слушателя. Перед каждым произведением рассказывает кто, что и почему. Спасибо, ушла под большим впечатлением! После окончания продавали диски именно этого исполнителя, пожалела, что не купила.
Skrevet 15. november 2018
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Andrew M
7 160 bidrag
aug. 2018 • Familie
The Polish Roman Catholic church, is a rare sight. There are few Catholic churches in Siberia. A small wooden church was built here in 1825. It was destroyed in the great fire of 1879. A new brick building was built in 1881-1885, by J Tamulevich, who was a local architect. The Gothic style is unique in Irkutsk. it stands near to Kirov Square, but is partially hidden by a tall tree in front of it. We thought that it would be best to remove the tree so that the beauty of the church could be better appreciated. Even the pedestrian gates on either side of the church were impressive.

The church is also known as the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. There were many Poles in Irkutsk in the 1930's due to fighters in the Polish–Russian War 1830–31 being exiled to Siberia. We had also visited a Catholic church in Krasnoyarsk which was built by Poles.The church suffered the fate of most religious institutions during Soviet times, as it was nationalized in 1921, and finally closed in 1938. The church was used by the "Siberian newsreel" company, and for other purposes. It was given to the Philharmonic Society in the 1970's, and a German organ was purchased to be used in concerts.

Even today, the church has not been returned to the Catholic community of Irkutsk, but they are allowed to have services after organ performances. The catholic community built another church, named Immaculate Heart of Mary Cathedral, which is located on the south bank of the city, across the river Angara. Catholic churches in Siberia, are found in Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and on Yuhzno Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin. This is an area with many churches and attractions. The Lenin Award monument is in front of the church, and the Kazan chapel a short walk away.
Skrevet 2. november 2018
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Sergey K
Moskva, Russland38 842 bidrag
feb. 2018 • Alene
Известно, что в конце XIX-го века Иркутск располагал довольно большой польской общиной. Они и построили здесь свой католический храм, который называют еще Польским костелом. В советские времена церковь была закрыта. В ней был устроен органный зал, который продолжает действовать и сейчас. А для иркутских католиков была построена новая церковь - собор Непорочного Сердца Пресвятой Девы Марии в современном стиле.
Skrevet 12. april 2018
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