We all have our favourites and this is mine. This baroque church sits majestically on top of Andriyivska Hill. It was built in the mid-18th c by Italian architect Rastrelli. St Andrew, the 'Apostle of Rus', purportedly arrived in the area of what would be Kiev and placed a cross on the future site of the church, proclaiming a great city would rise. Some call the church a cathedral. It has a pulpit, unusual for an Eastern Orthodox Church. The foundations of the church are under stress. The jewel-like finish, with its location on top of a hill, make it a jaw-dropper.