Kharkiv Oblast - tourist attractions

markerA Tempel Synagogue in Kharkiv Synagogue Beit Menachem-in Kharkiv, also called the Choir or Tempel - synagogue built between 1909-1913 in Kharkiv. The largest synagogue in Ukraine and the second in terms of volume in Europe. It was erected on the site belonging to a merchant's house Zarudny. Land bought by the Jewish community -... Tempel Synagogue in Kharkiv - photo
markerB Church of the Three Saints Hierarchs in Kharkov Orthodox hierarchs of the Three Saints in Kharkov - Orthodox Church in Kharkov, Kharkov Eparchy belonging to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church Moscow Patriarchate. The temple was built and designed by Mikhail Lowcow (Annunciation cathedral designer earlier in Kharkov), directed the work from 1907, afte... Church of the Three Saints Hierarchs in Kharkov - photo
markerC Annunciation Cathedral in Kharkiv The Annunciation Cathedral is the main Orthodox church of Kharkiv, Ukraine. The pentacupolar Neo-Byzantine structure with a distinctive 80-meter-tall bell tower was erected between 1889 and 1901, from designs by a local architect, Mikhail Lovtsov. The candy-striped cathedral supplanted the older Ass... Annunciation Cathedral in Kharkiv - photo
markerD Freedom Square in Kharkiv Freedom Square (Площа Свободи) in Kharkiv is the 6-th largest city-centre square in Europe. Originally named (1926–1996) Dzerzhinsky Square after Felix Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the Bolshevik secret police (the Cheka, precursor to the KGB), it was renamed after Ukraine became independent in 1991. ... Freedom Square in Kharkiv - photo
markerE Victims of Totalitarianism Cemetery in Kharkov Victims of Totalitarianism Cemetery in Kharkiv - a military cemetery in Kharkov, in the region of Kiev, on Piatichatkach, built in 1999-2000 by Zdzislaw Pidka project. The cemetery was established on the initiative of the Federation of Katyn Families, rests on the 4 302 the officers of the Polish A... Victims of Totalitarianism Cemetery in Kharkov - photo
markerF Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Kharkov Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Roman Catholic church in Kharkov, built in neo-Gothic style in the years 1887-1892 at the current street. Gogol's 4. In the thirties of the twentieth century the church was closed and converted to secular purposes -among others Theater for part... Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Kharkov - photo
markerG Metalist Stadium Metalist Kharkiv Oblast Sports Complex "Metalist" , commonly known as Metalist Stadium ( Стадіон «Металіст» ), is a multi-use stadium in Kharkov, Ukraine. It is currently used chiefly for football matches and is the home of FC Metalist Kharkiv. The stadium, which is a venue for Euro 2012, currently ... Metalist Stadium - photo

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