St. Petersburg, Russia
Category: Tourist Attraction
First completed in 1811 and considered the mother cathedral of St. Petersburg, the Kazan Cathedral was built in the Empire style, similar to St. Peter’s in Rome. Used as a museum by the Soviet Union, the cathedral was returned to the Russian Orthodox Church in 1992.
Called in during an overnight emergency operation, the PENETRON team helped repair the cracks in the Kazan Cathedral fountain and the underlying foundation structures. PENECRETE MORTAR was applied to all the cracks to provide protection against water ingress.