‘Accidentally Wes Anderson’ Instagram Account Collects Photos of Stunning Anderson-esque Spaces Around the World

A lovely collection of real places that mirror the filmmaker's vintage-obsessed, candy-colored aesthetic.

#AccidentalWesAnderson St. Volodymyr's Cathedral | Kiev, Ukraine | c. 1882 • • In 1852, Metropolitan Philaret of Moscow suggested a large cathedral should be built in Kiev to commemorate the 900th anniversary of the baptism of Kievan Rus' by prince Vladimir I of Kiev (St. Volodymyr) • • People from all over the Russian Empire started donating to this cause, so that by 1859 the cathedral fund had amassed a huge sum of 100,000 rubles • • The cathedral was completed in 1882, however, the paintings were fully completed only in 1896 • • After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, St Volodymyr's Cathedral ownership became an issue of controversy between two denominations that both claim to represent Ukrainian Orthodox Christianity – the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, a church with an autonomous status under the Moscow Patriarchy, and the newly established Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Kiev Patriarchy, which, ultimately, won the control over the cathedral • • Spiritual leaders of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Kiev Patriarchy continue to conduct religious services and prayers in St. Volodymyr's Cathedral • • All the ceremonies are conducted in Ukrainian, accompanied during religious holidays by the Cathedral choir, which is often joined by opera singers • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @kyokomai • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Kiev #Ukraine

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