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Old August 8th, 2010, 11:25 PM   #1
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Ukrainian Baroque (Cossack Baroque)

Ukrainian Baroque is an architectural style that emerged in Ukraine during the Hetmanate era, in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Ukrainian Baroque is distinct from the Western European Baroque in having more moderate ornamentation and simpler forms, and as such was considered more constructivist. Many Ukrainian Baroque buildings have been preserved, including several buildings in Kiev Pechersk Lavra and the Vydubychi Monastery in Kiev.

The best examples of Baroque painting are the church paintings in the Holy Trinity Church of the Kiev Pechersk Lavra. Rapid development in engraving techniques occurred during the Ukrainian Baroque period. Advances utilized a complex system of symbolism, allegories, heraldic signs, and sumptuous ornamentation.

Chernihiv - The Trinity Monastery (1679-1689)



Kiev - Sofia cathedral



Kiev - St. Cyril's Monastery



Kiev Pechersk Lavra, Cathedral of the Dormition



Kiev Pechersk Lavra, Church of the Nativity of the Virgin (1696)



Vasylkiv - Cathedral of Anthonius and Theodosius (1756-1758)



Chernihiv - ecclesiastical (18th century)



Kiev -The St.Andrew's Church

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Kiev Pechersk Lavra, Church of All Saints (1690)



Chernihiv - Catherins church (1715)



Pereyaslav - St. Michaels church



Pereyaslav- bell tower, 1776

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St. Michael's Golden-Domed Cathedral



Kiev - the refectory of St. John the Divine



Chernihiv - St Elijah church




Vasylkiv - New church

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Im quite enthusiast about this style
I like baroque in general, but the Ukranian one is quite simple, which makes it more timeless.. its a bit less extreme so it fits very nicely in the modern and current constructions...

Some very nice pictures aswell, I really like the Sofia Cathedral
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Kiev - St. George Cathedral, 1686—1701

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Nizhyn - St. Nicholas Cathedral, 1658-1668



Nizhyn - Church of the Savior, 1757



Nizhyn - Vvedensky Cathedral, 1775



Nizhyn - Church of the Intercession, 1757-1765

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Very interesting. Is it possible to have some picture of the interiors? Thanks!
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Beautiful buildings Are there also houses in Ukrainian Baroque?€
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The St. Michael's Golden-Domed Cathedral (Ukrainian: Михайлівський Золотоверхий собор):



The St. Cyril's Church (Ukrainian: Кирилівська церква) is a medieval church in Kyiv. The St. Cyril's Church an important specimen of Kyivan Rus' architecture of the 12th century, and combining elements of the 17th and 18th centuries. However, being largely Ukrainian Baroque on the outside, the church retains its original of the 12th century interior.


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Saint Sophia Cathedral (Ukrainian: Собор Святої Софії):



The cathedral was founded by Grand Prince Yaroslav the Wise in the first half of the 11th century. In 17-18 centuries the cathedral was rebuilt in the Ukrainian baroque style but inside have been preserved frescoes & mosaics of 11th century:



Saint Sophia Cathedral in 1990 was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

_Mosaics: http://www.icon-art.info/location.ph...d=148&mode=mos
Frescoes: http://www.icon-art.info/location.ph...d=148&mode=mur
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