Kiev - Vladislav Gorodetsky

markerA Karaite Kenesa in Kiev The Karaite Kenesa of Kiev is a former Kenesa (Karaite synagogue) in Kiev, Ukraine. The synagogue, designed by Vladislav Gorodetsky, was built from 1898 to 1902 in the Moorish style. The building was defiled during the World War II by Nazis. Probably at this time it lost the dome which was part of t... Karaite Kenesa in Kiev - photo
markerB St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral in Kiev The St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral (Костьол Св. Миколи; Kostol Sv. Mykoly) is the second Roman Catholic cathedral built in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. It was constructed from 1899–1909 and was built in a Gothic type construction, by Kiev architects V. Gorodetsky and E. Salya. Historically, ... St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral in Kiev - photo

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Name Kiev
Region Kyiv Oblast
Country Ukraine (UA)
Population 3,648,000 inhabitants

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