This cathedral was originally dedicated by St. Methodius according to local legend, and was later used as part of a home for retired Roman Catholic priests. After being used as a center for technology in 1869, the cathedral was consecrated on September 28, 1935. During World War II it closed along with all Czech Orthodox Churches and was then reopened in 1945. The cathedral has continued to be restored ever since, with a growing collection of paintings and iconography. Events are currently held here as well.
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