I think there is at least one similar thread, but let it be
My parish is st. John Climacus (aka the Ladder) in Warsaw.
It was built in 1905 in the grounds of the biggest Orthodox cemetery in Poland (opened in 1834).
We have rector (parson/pastor), 3 vicars and 3 deacons.
Iconostasis in the main church (normally ofc withouth the palms and bishop's throne - orlec)
The basement church (frescoes are painted by one of the most famous Polish modern painters - Jerzy Nowosielski - who was btw Orthodox):
What a beautiful Church!
I like the bell is outside church building. It's beautiful and easy to maintain.
There was also a bell in the tower of my parish but it has been broken for long time.
I love to see the iconostasis, too.
It's amazing beautiful!
If I may ask question, since there is also a basement church, is it used also for divine liturgy?
Or may you have divine liturgy twice time because I ever heard that an altar only can be used for one time divine liturgy in a day.
By the way, you are so blessed to have such beautiful Church in your home town.