St. Sophia Cathedral was built in March 1907. It was originally the chapel of the 4th Infantry Division in Eastern Siberia, Russia. In 1912, it was rebuilt into a brick-and-wood structure church. In September 1923, the site of Yidi was reconstructed for the second time in nine years. Designed by Russian architect Kyasikov, it became the largest Orthodox Church in the Far East after its completion in 1932. It has a history of more than a hundred years. Church has a strong exotic atmosphere. It is the most perfect and typical Byzantine architecture in China. The exterior of the church is magnificent and magnificent, with a height of 53.35 meters. It is divided into four layers as a whole with brick and stone structure. The walls are all made of clear water red bricks. The building plane is laid out in the form of Greek East-West Latin cross, while the main dome and bell tower are the traditional "onion head" tent roofs of Russia. The interior of the church is magnificent, elegant and super-vulgar. Whether it is the simple and elegant wooden floor, the open and spectacular dome or the original wall decorative patterns and holy murals, none of them reveals the rich and colorful humanistic landscape and unique artistic characteristics. There is a world-famous mural on the main dome of the church - "Last Supper". Although the mural is a little mottled due to the passage of time, the characters in the mural are delicately and vividly portrayed with panic, anger, suspicion, whitening, gestures, eyes and actions. As night falls and lights begin to shine, St. Sophia's Church appears to be covered with a mysterious veil, presenting a fantastic picture. Tips - "1, business hours 8:30 to 17:00; adult tickets 15 yuan per ticket. 2. It is suggested to visit the church in the afternoon, not only to visit the interior, but also to enjoy the different views of the church in the daytime and at night.