Simferopol Kenasa is an interesting religious sight. It was built in the 19th century on the initiative of the local Karaim community. This construction is an amazing architectural monument, which combines elements of Moorish, Byzantine and Gothic style. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Kenasa came to desolation. Only in 2014, it became possible to complete its reconstruction and return the religious monument to the community.
No less interesting sight of the 19th century is the Holy Trinity Cathedral. Several years ago, a convent was founded in the area. The temple was built in the best tradition of classical style. Sky-blue domes, unique Corinthian capitals, and arches are its distinctive features. This temple is one of the few in the region that continued to function even in Soviet times. It's a miracle it managed to avoid destruction so typical for those times. Currently, visitors can admire the most beautiful elements of old design. Many unique religious artifacts are kept in the walls of the church.
Gorgeous Alexander Nevsky Cathedral was founded in 1829. However, the construction that the guests of Simferopol see now, has been erected only recently. In 1930, they blew a beautiful cathedral up, as hundreds of other religious buildings. The revival of the ancient church began in 1999. Modern architects managed to erect a cathedral for 4 years. They created a beautiful garden, paths for walks, and equipped recreation areas.