Holy Cross Cathedral, Uzhhorod

Illustration

Artem Vynohradov
by Ekaterina Polischuk
published on 16 February 2022

The Holy Cross Cathedral is the main Greek Catholic church of Uzhhorod, Ukraine and is the residence of the Mukachevo bishops. The cathedral was founded in 1640. The exterior of the cathedral is done in the neoclassical style.

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Polischuk, E. (2022, February 16). Holy Cross Cathedral, Uzhhorod. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15213/holy-cross-cathedral-uzhhorod/

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