Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff

formerly in: Glamorgan


N.B.Position of marker is approximate and does not necessarily show the exact location of the site.

Site OS Grid Ref: ST186756

Photo © Martin Crampin, Imaging the Bible in Wales

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Church (Greek Orthodox)
The church was begun in 1906, and was extensively restored and refurbished to celebrate its centenary. The church contains much iconography which dates from recent decades.

Artworks at this site:
  The Resurrection (Harrowing of Hell) The Resurrection (Harrowing of Hell)
artist: Yiannis Vlazakis
1995
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
chancel arch
  The Nativity The Nativity
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  The Raising of Lazarus The Raising of Lazarus
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  The Ascension The Ascension
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  Virgin and Child Virgin and Child
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  The Death of the Virgin Mary The Death of the Virgin Mary
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  The Annunciation The Annunciation
about 2000
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
nave
  Christ Pantocrator Surrounded by Archangels and Cherubim Christ Pantocrator Surrounded by Archangels and Cherubim
artist: Yiannis Vlazakis
about 1994-1996
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
dome
  Painted and Carved Images on the Iconostasis Painted and Carved Images on the Iconostasis
about 1990
Church of St Nicholas, Cardiff
entrance to the chancel



Other sites at Cardiff, Glamorgan
Cardiff Castle
Cardiff Record Office
Cardiff Reform Synagogue
Christ Church, Roath Park
Church of St Andrew and St Teilo
Church of St James
Church of St John the Baptist
Church of St Mary the Virgin
National Museum
Tabernacl Welsh Baptist Church
Tredegarville Baptist Church

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