The Tobol’sk Baroque is one of many regional architectural traditions in Siberia in the 18th century. Local architects and craftsmen have created some of the most powerful and elegant churches of Baroque style in Russian province. The article argues, the Tobol’sk Baroque had two masterpieces that influenced all subsequent constructions. The first one is the well known Voskresenskaya church in Tobolsk (1759–1776). The second one, Pokrovskaya in Turinsk (1769–after 1774) is virtually unknown despite the fact that it was the masterpiece of Baroque style in Russia. It was indeed very popular as an architectural model, and many similar buildings were created in the Urals and Western Siberia. Some sophisticated churches were built even in the first half of XIX century, when the Baroque has long been out of fashion and the Neoclassical was adopted throughout Russia.