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This is a place to go out of your way to visit. Whether you think it is over-the-top or even a bit tacky, you cannot help but be amazed at what these two brothers are in the midst of creating. This is clearly a work...More
It was a waste of time. There is nothing special historically or architecturally about this place. Not worth the trip and the effort. You might be able to just take some good pictures outside the building and that's about it.
A beautiful Idea of Architect Ildar Khanov of Kazan. Bringing all temples at a same point is a clear message. I really like the idea. Before visiting "Temples of All Religion" keep it in mind, construction of this tremendous place started it in 1992. Lack...More
A stunning temple built by a local healer, a sort of yogi or guru I understand, who channelled the energy he possessed to cure people of ailments.
He worked himself to death for the greater good and died of heart failure in 2013.
This is very amazing but don't expect much of the inside. The exciting part of the inside is the unfished project, the continuous work which was cool to me. A lot of things have changed outside.
We took the bus from the center and it...More
An ongoing project by artistic-spirtualistic mixture creating colourful rooms, and mosaics and much more. The source of their funding and any other agenda is not clear, but fun to visit, brings a smile to your face; you have to buy a ticket to visit