Temple of All Religions
It is made up of many different religious buildings, including an Orthodox church, a mosque and a synagogue. It was started in 1992 by local artist and philanthropist Ildar Khanov. It is still under construction.
The structure is not a single temple devoted to any religion in particular. Rather, as Khanov said, it is a "temple of culture and truth".[source?] It has become a popular landmark in the city, which takes pride in the peaceful combination of different cultures (Islamic Tatar culture, Orthodox Russian, and others). The Temple is visited both by tourists and by people seeking Khanov's help.
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- "The Temple of All Religions in Russia". Amusing Planet. Retrieved 28 August 2015.
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