Saint Sophia Cathedral, Kyiv

Illustration

Artem Vynohradov
by Serhii Ventseslavskyi
published on 08 November 2021

Cathedral of St. Sophia, Kyiv, founded in 1011 by the Great Duke of Kyiv Vladimir the Great (958 - c. 1015).

It is the most ancient and fully preserved church of Eastern Europe. Inside the cathedral, there are plenty of well-preserved mosaics and frescos.

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