Eastern Ukraine

Sights of the East of Ukraine

Donetsk region
Donetsk region

The Donetsk region cannot boast of a large number of architectural or religious monuments and their venerable age. Several temples of the late 18th - early 19th centuries, administrative and public buildings of the times of the Russian Empire and many monuments of the Soviet era have been preserved here.

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Zaporozhye region

On the territory of the Zaporizhzhya region, such sights of the South of Ukraine as Orthodox religious buildings and rare manor buildings of the 18th-19th centuries have been preserved. They are joined by common architectural monuments of the active period of development of the region - XIX-XX centuries. These are administrative and public buildings, mansions and manor buildings, numerous historical monuments of the times of the USSR.

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Lugansk region

In the Luhansk region, only a few different-style Orthodox religious buildings of the XVIII-XX centuries have survived. Examples of secular architecture are buildings of active development time in the region - XIX-XX centuries. Among them are administrative and manor houses, complexes of structures of ancient horse factories and numerous monuments from the times of the USSR.

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Kharkov region

In Kharkiv region, Orthodox Christian temples of the 17th-20th centuries have been preserved, and secular architectural heritage is demonstrated by structures (administrative buildings, palace ensembles and park buildings, historical monuments) of active development time in the region - the 19th-20th centuries.

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