The Transfiguration Cathedral in Khabarovsk (Russia) is 83 meters tall and is the third tallest religious building in Russia (after Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow and Saint Isaac's in Saint Petersburg). It has five domes of Ukrainian style. The Cathedral is a very modern building. It was built during the period of 2001-2003. It can host up to 3000 persons (standing, of course, it is orthodox).
The Transfiguration Cathedral is located on a hill dominating the Amur RIver. The location was chosen by Pope Alexis II of Moscow himself during a helicopter flight over Khabarovsk. It is placed between the Seminary and the House of the Radio.