Thursday, April 11, 2013

UA-450939, UA-484165 & UA-465690

Officials from Ukraine.

 UA-450939, sent by Elia.
This beautiful cathedral is located in Lugansk, a city in southeastern Ukraine
St. Vladimir's Cathedral is a unique structure. Its construction began in 1993 and it was consacrated in 2006.
The cathedral is one of the biggest religious building in southeast Ukraine.

UA-484165, sent by Liv.
These are a few ukrainian temples in different cities.
Clockwise direction: Eletsky monastery cathedral in Chernihiv; St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery in Kiev;  Feodosiya's fortress and church; Mhar Monastery; wooden orthodox church of the Holy Spirit in Potelich; the Holy Trinity Church within the fortified monastery in Mezhyrich; Church of St John the Baptist in Kerch; Carmelite convent in Berdychiv; Korec's monastery; Bakhchisaray Cave Monastery; Molchansky Monastery in Putyvl; St. George's Cathedral in Lviv and in the middle Holy Dormition Pochaiv Monastery.

UA-465690, sent by Anastasia.
Finally, my 2nd card from Sevastopol, showing some of the city's monuments, such as the Monument to Sunken Ships. The installation of the monument was timed to match the 50th anniversary of the first defense of Sevastopol, when Russian sailing ships were sunk for the sake of saving Sevastopol.

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