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2 March 2017, 09:36 | History, archaeology
A tomb in the church In Chernivtsi will be opened for tourist viewing. It was arranged by Poland, because the Polish soldiers who died in the First World War are buried in the underground part of the Jesuit church of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
14 December 2016, 13:35 | History, archaeology
District court of Amsterdam denied to return the Scythian gold to Crimea. Russia gets ready to appeal the decision.
The most interesting excavated rarity is the 400-year-old defensive wall of the town and the well of that time.
The issue of the Reformation influence on Ukrainian Orthodoxy was further addressed by prof. Volodymyr Burega, rector of the Kyiv Theological Academy of the UOC.
The original local history materials (articles, photo essays) that describe interesting sacral monuments, museum collections, religious history of settlements and localities may participate in the contest.
28 March 2016, 19:32 | Restoration, maintainance of cultural inheritance |
An old Cossack cemetery in Odesa is being restored. Thanks to the help of locals, the graveyard is undergoing a massive face-lift. Residents have already cleared the grounds from shrubs and weeds. They have also recovered several dozens of tombstones.
7 March 2016, 11:45 | Temples, church property |
The exhibition in roll-up format was recreated by the Society of Hungarian artists, architects and Cultural Organization of Jews in Hungary under the auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Economy and Foreign Affairs of the neighboring country.
2 March 2016, 10:52 | History, archaeology |
On the 70th anniversary of Lviv Pseudo-Council in 1946, the Institute of Church History will present the exhibition titled “To light of the Resurrection through the Thorns of Catacombs.” The exhibition features the history of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in underground.
18 August 2015, 17:29 | History, archaeology |
The archaeologists found the sanctuary dated II-I millennium BC on the bank of the Kamenka River, near village of Tokovske, Apostolove district, Dnipropetrovsk region, Ukraine.
Therefore, the reports that have not been directly related to the theme, were projected onto the life of two prominent heads of the Greek Catholic Church of the twentieth century, their activities and the importance of their heritage. Overall, the conference had more than 60 speakers.
Two paulownias will beplanted at the site of the oldest known Jewish cemetery in Ternopil. The initiative was put forward by utility officers, says our reporter Volodymyr Moroz.
21 August 2014, 11:39 | History, archaeology
A museum in Amsterdam said Wednesday it would keep the collection of golden Scythian items caught in the ownership dispute between Ukraine and annexed Crimea until the sides resolve their dispute peacefully or in court, informs RIA Novosti.
The Religious Information Service of Ukraine and the Religious Tourism portal invite all to take part in a competition of religious and local history materials called “Our Crimea.”
27 March 2014, 16:35 | History, archaeology |
A number of Crimean archaeological artifacts currently on loan to a museum in Amsterdam must be returned to their home museums at the conclusion of the exhibit, a Russian official said Thursday.
15 October 2013, 10:21 | History, archaeology |
Ukrainian archaeologists have found the walls of a church built by Danylo of Halych (1201-1264) – a Rus’ prince of the Romanovych dynasty, the ruler of the Principality of Galicia-Volhynia, the first King of Rus’-Ukraine (from 1253).
8 August 2013, 12:10 | History, archaeology |
2 August 2013, 15:15 | History, archaeology |
Finnish, Vietnamese, Korean, Roma, Karakalpak, and even Esperanto – these are just a few of the languages in which religious texts are available in Peresopnytsia. The local museum has assembled a unique collection of the Holy Scriptures’ translations, including 50 items as of now.
9 May 2013, 09:38 | Religious ceremonies and pilgrimage |
In Lviv, near the monument to the Victims of Communist Crimes, at a popular assembly on 8 May, nearly 200 persons honoured the victims of WWII.