10 + 2 Maiores Catedrais Ortodoxas (em capacidade)

10 + 2 Largest Orthodox cathedrals (in capacity)
This is a list of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world, based on area and capacity. The cathedrals are listed in alphebetical order according to country. The Cathedrals are from any Eastern Orthodox Church in communion with the Ecumenical Patriarch in Constantinople (Istanbul).

1. Poti Cathedral Poti, Georgia
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Capacity (worshipers): 20,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Georgian Orthodox
Year Built: 1906

2. Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi Tbilisi, Georgia
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Capacity (worshipers): 15,000
Area: 5,000 m² (53,825 sq ft)
Denomination: Georgian Orthodox
Year Built: 2004

3. Saint Isaac's CathedralSaint Petersburg, Russia
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Capacity (worshipers): 14,000
Area: 3,125.82 m² (33.281, sq ft)
Denomination: Russian Orthodox
Year Built: 1858

4. St. Michael's Cathedral (Cherkasy) - Cherkasy, Ukraine

Capacity (worshipers): 12,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Ukrainian Orthodox
Year Built: 2000

5. Cathedral of Saint Sava - Belgrade, Serbia
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Capacity (worshipers): 10,800
Area: 8,162
Denomination: Serbian Orthodox
Year Built: 1989

6. Church of the Holy SepulchreJerusalem, Israel
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Capacity (worshipers): 10,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Greek Orthodox
Year Built: 326

7. Church of Saint Panteleimon - Athens, Greece
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Capacity (worshipers): 10,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Greek Orthodox
Year Built: 1930

8. Odessa Cathedral - Odessa, Ukraine
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Capacity (worshipers): 10,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Ukrainian Orthodox
Year Built: 1837, rebuilt 2003

9. Cathedral of Christ the Saviour - Moscow, Russia
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Capacity (worshipers): 10,000
Area: 5,240 m² (57,200 sq ft)
Denomination: Russian Orthodox
Year Built: 1883, demolished 1931, rebuilt 2000

10. Agios Minas CathedralHeraklion, Greece
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Capacity (worshipers): 8,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Greek Orthodox
Year Built: 1895

11. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral - Sofia, Bulgaria
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Capacity (worshipers): 7,000
Area: 2,600 m² (28,000 sq ft)
Denomination: Bulgarian Orthodox
Year Built: 1912

12. Transfiguration Cathedral of Ugreshi Monastery - Dzerzhinsky, Moscow Oblast, Russia
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Capacity (worshipers): 7,000
Area: Unknown
Denomination: Russian Orthodox
Year Built: 1521

Source: wikipedia.org

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