The subject of this newly promoted feature article, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
in Moscow (shown lit at night), was renovated between 1996 to 1999 with the help of many sponsors. The interior fittings and the new altar were built by Ukrainian, Belarussian and Russian experts. Companies in Moscow carried out all the internal and external marble
work. The church furnishings were produced, under the direction of Vladimir Mukhin, by students from the St. Petersburg renovating school. Stained glass
for the façade's rose window
were made in Toruń, other windows were produced by Tolotschko, a Belarussian company from Hrodna
. The external lighting was added in 2005.