The Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel in Sitka (originally Novo-Arkhangel’sk, meaning New Archangel) is perhaps the most well-known example of Alaskan architecture from the Russian-American period. The first church services in Novo-Arkhangel’sk were...
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