Eparchies of the Russian Orthodox Church

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This is the list of the metropolitanates and eparchies (dioceses) of the Russian Orthodox Church.[1]

Russia[edit]

Eparchies and metropolitanates of the Russian Orthodox Church in the Russian Federation:[2]

Russian Orthodox Church organization
Eparchy See Founded Official site Metropolitanate See Founded
Arkhangelsk and Kholmogory Arkhangelsk 1628 [1] Arkhangelsk Arkhangelsk 2011
Kotlas and Velsk Kotlas 2011 [2]
Naryan-Mar Naryan-Mar 2011 [3]
Akhtubinsk Akhtubinsk 2013 [4] Astrakhan Astrakhan 2013
Astrakhan and Yenotayevka Astrakhan 1602 [5]
Neftekamsk Neftekamsk 2011 [6] Bashkortostan Ufa 2011
Salavat Salavat 2011 [7]
Ufa Ufa 1859 [8]
Belgorod and Stary Oskol Belgorod 1667 [9] Belgorod Belgorod 2012
Valuyki Valuyki 2012
Gubkin Gubkin 2012 [10]
Bryansk and Sevsk Bryansk 1920 [11] Bryansk Bryansk 2013
Klintsy Klintsy 2013
Alexandrov Alexandrov 2013 Vladimir Vladimir 2013
Vladimir Vladimir 1214 [12]
Murom Murom 1198
Volgograd Volgograd 1918 [13] Volgograd Volgograd 2012
Kalach Kalach-na-Donu 2012
Uryupinsk Uryupinsk 2012 [14]
Veliky Ustyug Veliky Ustyug 1682 Vologda Vologda 2014
Vologda Vologda 1556 [15]
Cherepovets Cherepovets 1931
Borisoglebsk Borisoglebsk 2013 Voronezh Voronezh 2013
Voronezh Voronezh 1681 [16]
Rossosh Rossosh 2013
Vyatka Kirov 1657 [17] Vyatka Kirov 2012
Urzhum Urzhum 2012
Yaransk Yaransk 2012 [18]
Volgodonsk Volgodonsk 2011 [19] Don Rostov-on-Don 2011
Rostov and Novocherkassk Rostov-on-Don 1919 [20]
Shakhty Shakhty 2011 [21]
Yekaterinburg Yekaterinburg 1885 [22] Yekaterinburg Yekaterinburg 2011
Kamensk and Alapayevsk Kamensk-Uralsky 2011 [23]
Nizhny Tagil Nizhny Tagil 2011 [24]
Ivanovo-Voznesensk Ivanovo 1920 [25] Ivanovo Ivanovo 2012
Kineshma Kineshma 2012 [26]
Shuya Shuya 2012 [27]
Bratsk Bratsk 2011 [28] Irkutsk Irkutsk 2011
Irkutsk Irkutsk 1707 [29]
Sayansk Sayansk 2011
Kaluga Kaluga 1799 [30] Kaluga Kaluga 2013
Kozelsk Kozelsk 2013
Pesochnya Kirov 2013
Kostomuksha Kostomuksha 2013 Karelia Petrozavodsk 2013
Petrozavodsk Petrozavodsk 1828 [31]
Yeniseysk Yeniseysk 2011 [32] Krasnoyarsk Krasnoyarsk 2011
Krasnoyarsk Krasnoyarsk 1861 [33]
Kansk Kansk 2011 [34]
Norilsk Norilsk 2014
Armavir Armavir 2013 Kuban Krasnodar 2013
Yeysk Yeysk 2013
Yekaterinodar Krasnodar 1919 [35]
Novorossiysk Novorossiysk 1919
Tikhoretsk Tikhoretsk 2013
Kemerovo Kemerovo 1993 [36] Kuzbass Kemerovo 2012
Mariinsk Mariinsk 2012 [37]
Novokuznetsk Novokuznetsk 2012
Zheleznogorsk Zheleznogorsk 2012 Kursk Kursk 2012
Kursk Kursk 1667 [38]
Shchigry Shchigry 2012
Yelets Yelets 2013 Lipetsk Lipetsk 2013
Lipetsk and Zadonsk Lipetsk 2003 [39]
Ardatov Ardatov 2011 [40] Mordovia Saransk 2011
Krasnoslobodsk Krasnoslobodsk 2011 [41]
Saransk Saransk 1991 [42]
Murmansk Murmansk 1995 [43] Murmansk Murmansk 2013
Severomorsk Severomorsk 2013
Gorodets Gorodets 2012 [44] Nizhny Novgorod Nizhny Novgorod 2012
Vyksa Vyksa 2012 [45]
Lyskovo Lyskovo 2012
Nizhny Novgorod Nizhny Novgorod 1672 [46]
Borovichi Borovichi 1934 [47] Novgorod Veliky Novgorod 2011
Novgorod Veliky Novgorod 992 [48]
Iskitim Iskitim 2011 [49] Novosibirsk Novosibirsk 2011
Karasuk and Ordynskoye Karasuk 2011 [50]
Kainsk and Barabinsk Kuybyshev 2011 [51]
Novosibirsk Novosibirsk 1924 [52]
Omsk Omsk 1895 [53] Omsk Omsk 2012
Isilkul Isilkul 2012
Kalachinsk Kalachinsk 2012
Tara Tara 2012 [54]
Buzuluk Buzuluk 2011 [55] Orenburg Orenburg 2011
Orenburg Orenburg 1799 [56]
Orsk Orsk 2011 [57]
Livny Livny 2014 Oryol Oryol 2014
Oryol Oryol 1788 [58]
Kuznetsk Kuznetsk 2012 [59] Penza Penza 2012
Penza Penza 1799 [60]
Serdobsk Serdobsk 2012
Kudymkar Kudymkar 2014 Perm Perm 2014
Perm Perm 1799 [61]
Solikamsk Solikamsk 2014
Amur Komsomolsk-on-Amur 2011 [62] Priamurye Habarovsk 2011
Habarovsk Habarovsk 1945 [63]
Arsenyev Arsenyev 2011 [64] Primorye Vladivostok 2011
Vladivostok Vladivostok 1898 [65]
Nakhodka Nakhodka 2011 [66]
Kasimov Kasimov 2011 [67] Ryazan Ryazan 2011
Ryazan Ryazan 1291 [68]
Skopin Skopin 2011 [69]
Kinel Kinel 2012 [70] Samara Samara 2012
Otradny Otradny 2012 [71]
Samara Samara 1850 [72]
Vyborg Vyborg 1892 Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg 2013
Gatchina Gatchina 2013
Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg 1742 [73]
Tikhvin Tikhvin 2013
Balashov Balashov 2011 [74] Saratov Saratov 2011
Pokrovsk Engels 2011 [75]
Saratov and Volsk Saratov 1799 [76]
Barysh Barysh 2012 [77] Simbirsk Ulyanovsk 2012
Melekess and Cherdakly Dimitrovgrad 2012 [78]
Simbirsk Ulyanovsk 1832 [79]
Georgiyevsk Georgiyevsk 2012 [80] Stavropol Stavropol 2012
Stavropol Stavropol 1842/3 [81]
Pyatigorsk and Cherkessk Pyatigorsk 1927 [82]
Michurinsk Michurinsk 2012 Tambov Tambov 2012
Tambov Tambov 1682 [83]
Uvarovo Uvarovo 2012 [84]
Almetyevsk Almetyevsk 2012 [85] Tatarstan Kazan 2012
Kazan Kazan 1555 [86]
Chistopol and Nizhnekamsk Chistopol 2012 [87]
Bezhetsk Bezhetsk 2011 [88] Tver Tver 2011
Rzhev Rzhev 2011 [89]
Tver Tver 1271 [90]
Ishim Ishim 2013 Tobolsk Tobolsk 2013
Tobolsk Tobolsk 1620 [91]
Kolpashevo Kolpashevo 2013 [92] Tomsk Tomsk 2013
Tomsk Tomsk 1834 [93]
Belyov Belyov 2011 [94] Tula Tula 2011
Tula Tula 1799 [95]
Glazov Glazov 2013 Udmurtia Izhevsk 2013
Izhevsk Izhevsk 1921 [96]
Sarapul Sarapul 2013
Magnitogorsk Magnitogorsk 2012 Chelyabinsk Chelyabinsk 2012
Troitsk Troitsk 2012
Chelyabinsk and Zlatoust Chelyabinsk 1918 [97]
Alatyr Alatyr 2012 [98] Chuvashia Cheboksary 2012
Kanash Kanash 2012 [99]
Cheboksary Cheboksary 1854 [100]
Rybinsk Rybinsk 2012 [101] Yaroslavl Yaroslavl 2012
Yaroslavl Yaroslavl 991 [102]
Abakan Abakan 1995 [103]
Anadyr and Chukotka Anadyr 2000 [104]
Barnaul Barnaul 1930 [105]
Birobidzhan and Kuldur Birobidzhan 2002 [106]
Blagoveshchensk and Tynda Blagoveshchensk 1858 [107]
Vladikavkaz Vladikavkaz 1885 [108]
Gorno-Altaysk Gorno-Altaysk 2013
Yoshkar-Ola and Mari El Yoshkar-Ola 1993 [109]
Kaliningrad Kaliningrad 2009 [110]
Kostroma and Galich Kostroma 1744 [111]
Kurgan and Shadrinsk Kurgan 1993 [112]
Kyzyl Kyzyl 2011 [113]
Magadan and Sinegorye Magadan 1991 [114]
Maykop and Adygea Maykop 1994 [115]
Makhachkala Makhachkala 2012 [116]
Moscow City Moscow 1461 [117]
Moscow Oblast Moscow 1977 [118]
Petropavlovsk and Kamchatka Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky 1840 [119]
Pskov and Velikiye Luki Pskov 1589 [120]
Salekhard and Novy Urengoy Salekhard 2011 [121]
Smolensk and Vyazma Smolensk 1137 [122]
Syktyvkar and Vorkuta Syktyvkar 1995 [123]
Ulan-Ude and Buryatia Ulan-Ude 2009 [124]
Khanty-Mansiysk Khanty-Mansiysk 2011 [125]
Chita and Krasnokamensk Chita 1894 [126]
Elista and Kalmykia Elista 1995 [127]
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Kurilsk Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk 1993 [128]
Yakutsk and Lensk Yakutsk 1870 [129]

Belarus[edit]

Eparchies of the Belarusian Exarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church in Belarus:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site Metropolitanate See Founded
Barysaw Barysaw 2014 [130] Minsk Minsk 2014
Minsk Minsk 1793 [131]
Maladzyechna Maladzyechna 2014
Slutsk Slutsk 2014
Babruysk and Bykhaw Babruysk 2004 [132]
Brest and Kobrin Brest 1990 [133]
Vitebsk and Orsha Vitebsk 1563 [134]
Gomel and Zhlobin Gomel 1990 [135]
Grodno and Vawkavysk Grodno 1900 [136]
Mogilev and Mstsislaw Mogilev 1632
Novogrudok and Lida Lida 1415 [137]
Pinsk and Luninets Pinsk 1328 [138]
Polotsk and Hlybokaye Polotsk 992 [139]
Turov and Mazyr Mazyr 1005 [140]

Ukraine[edit]

Eparchies of Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate):[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Oleksandriia and Svitlovodsk Oleksandriia 2007 [141]
Bila Tserkva and Bohuslav Bila Tserkva 1994 [142]
Berdyansk and Primorye Berdyansk 2007 [143]
Vinnytsia and Mohyliv-Podilskyi Vinnytsia 1933 [144]
Volodymyr-Volynskyi and Kovel Volodymyr-Volynskyi 1996 [145]
Horlivka and Sloviansk Horlivka 1994 [146]
Dzhankoy and Rozdolne Dzhankoy 2008 [147]
Dniprodzerzhynsk and Tsarychanka Dneprodzerzhinsk 2010 [148]
Dnipropetrovsk and Pavlohrad Dnipropetrovsk 1775 [149]
Donetsk and Mariupol Donetsk 1944 [150]
Zhytomyr and Novohrad-Volynskyi Zhytomyr 1940 [151]
Zaporizhia and Melitopol Zaporizhia 1992
Ivano-Frankivsk and Kolomyia Ivano-Frankivsk 1957 [152]
Izium Izium 2012 [153]
Kamianets-Podilskyi and Horodok Kamianets-Podilskyi 1795
Kiev Kiev 988 [154]
Kirovohrad and Novomyrhorod Kirovohrad 1942 [155]
Konotop and Hlukhiv Konotop 1993 [156]
Kremenchuk and Lubny Kremenchuk 2007 [157]
Kryvyi Rih and Nikopol Kryvyi Rih 1996 [158]
Luhansk and Alchevsk Luhansk 1991 [159]
Lutsk and Volhynia Lutsk 11th century [160]
Lviv and Galicia Lviv 1539 [161]
Mukachevo and Uzhhorod Mukachevo 1945 [162]
Nizhyn and Pryluky Nizhyn 2007 [163]
Mykolaiv and Voznesensk Mykolaiv 1992 [164]
Nova Kakhovka and Henichesk Nova Kakhovka 2007 [165]
Ovruch and Korosten Ovruch 1993
Odessa and Izmail Odessa 1837 [166]
Poltava and Myrhorod Poltava 1799 [167]
Rivne and Ostrog Rivne 1990 [168]
Sarny and Poliske Sarny 1999
Sievierodonetsk and Starobilsk Sievierodonetsk 2007 [169]
Simferopol and Crimea Simferopol 1859 [170]
Sumy and Okhtyrka Sumy 1943 [171]
Ternopil and Kremenets Ternopil 1988
Tulchyn and Bratslav Tulchyn 1994 [172]
Uman and Zvenyhorodka Uman 2008 [173]
Kharkiv and Bohodukhiv Kharkiv 1799 [174]
Kherson and Tavriisk Kherson 1837 [175]
Khmelnytskyi and Starokostiantyniv Khmelnytskyi 1955 [176]
Khust and Vynohradiv Khust 1994 [177]
Cherkasy and Kaniv Cherkasy 1992 [178]
Chernihiv and Novhorod-Siverskyi Chernihiv 11th century [179]
Chernivtsi and Bukovina Chernivtsi 1941
Shepetivka and Slavuta Shepetivka 2007 [180]

Latvia[edit]

Eparchies of the Latvian Orthodox Church:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Daugavpils Daugavpils 2013
Riga Riga 1850 [181]

Estonia[edit]

Eparchies of the Estonian Orthodox Church of Moscow Patriarchate:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Narva Narva 2011 [182]
Tallinn Tallinn 1920 [183]

Moldova[edit]

Eparchies of the Moldovan Orthodox Church:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Kishinev Kishinev 1813 [184]
Cahul and Comrat Hîncești 1998 [185]
Ungheni and Nisporeni Ungheni 2006 [186]
Bălți and Făleşti Bălți 2006
Tiraspol and Dubăsari Tiraspol 1998 [187]
Edineț and Briceni Edineț 1998 [188]

Former Soviet Republics[edit]

Eparchies of the Russian Orthodox Church in Central Asia, Azerbaijan and Lithuania:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site Metropolitan district See Founded
Astana and Alma-Ata Astana 1945 [189] Metropolitan District of the Russian Orthodox Church in Kazakhstan Astana 2003
Karaganda Karaganda 2010 [190]
Kokshetau Kokshetau 2011 [191][dead link]
Kostanay Kostanay 2010 [192][dead link]
Pavlodar Pavlodar 2010 [193]
Petropavlovsk and Bulayevo Petropavl 2011 [194]
Uralsk and Guryev Oral 1991 [195]
Ust-Kamenogorsk Oskemen 2011 [196]
Shymkent and Taraz Shymkent 1991 [197]
Bishkek Bishkek 2011 [198] Central Asian metropolitan district of the Russian Orthodox Church Tashkent 2011
Dushanbe Dushanbe 2011 [199]
Tashkent Tashkent 1871 [200][dead link]
Baku and Azerbaijan Baku 1919 [201]
Vilnius and Lithuania Vilnius 1839 [202]

Japan[edit]

Eparchies of the Japanese Orthodox Church:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Kyoto and Western Japan Kyoto 1970 [203]
Sendai and Eastern Japan Sendai 1970 [204]
Tokyo Tokyo 1906 [205]

Outside former Soviet Union[edit]

Eparchies of the Russian Orthodox Church outside former Soviet Union:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Argentina and South America Buenos Aires 1946 [206]
Berlin and Germany Berlin 1921 [207]
Brussels and Belgium Brussels 1936 [208]
Budapest and Hungary Budapest 2000 [209]
Vienna and Austria Vienna 1962 [210]
The Hague and the Netherlands The Hague 1972
Khersones Paris 1960 [211]
Sourozh London 1962 [212]

Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia[edit]

Eparchies of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia:[2]

Eparchy See Founded Official site
Berlin and Germany Berlin 1926
Caracas and South America Buenos Aires 1957
Great Britain and Ireland London 1954 [213]
Eastern America and New York New York City 1964 [214]
Geneva and Western Europe Geneva 1927 [215]
Montreal and Canada Montreal 1936 [216]
San Francisco and Western America San Francisco 1927 [217]
Sydney, Australia and New Zealand Sydney 1946 [218]
Chicago and Mid-America Chicago 1954 [219]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://patriarchalexii2.ru/en/svyat/
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Official site of the Russian Orthodox Church: Organization