Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Tallinn is an Orthodox church located in Tallinn, Estonia. The construction is designed in the style of a typical Russian reactionary principle Preobrazhen-skii by Mikhail (Mikhail Preobrazhensky) between the years 1894 and 1900 Estonia has been incorporated into the province of the Russian Empire. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is a cathedral with the largest and most important Orthodox Kuporu there in Tallinn. Cathedral, the battle of lake Chudo (battlefield-fight on the ice that is now a territory of Estonia) has stored (St. Alexander Nevsky) Newa St. Alexander who won in 1242 at the. Being in the service of the Church in Arekushii II Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, which is the current primus began in this cathedral. Inside the Cathedral Alexander Nevsky Cathedral stands on the hill Tomb pairs (Toompea). (Kalevipoeg) has been buried (however, this hill, where they are handed down in the same way when he is buried in Estonia are many other Karevu~ipoegu is a hero to ethnic Estonia According to the tradition I must point out that there). The cathedral has been hated as reminiscent of Russian domination from many Estonians. Estonian authorities did not it was planned the destruction of the cathedral in 1924, is implemented. In 1991, when Estonia regained its independence with the collapse of the Soviet Union, the cathedral received a thorough restoration.