Cathedrals and Churches

The sight of Blagoveshchensky cathedral in winter

Cathedrals

 

Pokrovsky Pokrovsky cathedral (from the Lopan River side)
1659 - The first mention in documents
1689 - Pokrovsky Cathedral,  the stone temple

 

 

Uspensky

Uspensky cathedral - one of the most tall buildings in Kharkov

1658 - The first mention in documents about Uspenskaya church which had been built in the last years of XVI century and had been transformed later into Uspensky Cathedral
1685 - 1687  - The Stone Building of Cathedral
1771 - Uspensky Cathedral new building foundadion had been laid

 

 

Blagoveshchensky

1655 - The first wooden temple  in Honour of  Favour News on Lord's Mother
1789 - The stone temple had been founded.
1794 - The sacring of the second stone Temple
1888 - The third building had been laid, the latest one

 

Svyato-troitzky Cathedral

1673 - The first mention about Troitzky temple.

1758 - The stone temple had been founded.

1764 - The sacring of stone temple.

 

Central Synagogue

1913 - the synagogue building had been set up
1920 - the synagogue building had been confiscated to be used by Kharkov Sports Committee 
1990 - restitution of Central Synagogue building to Kharkov Jewish community
1997 - the fire in synagogue
1999 - the transference of synagogue premises to the City-construction and Architecture Department of  Regional State Administration.
The precedent in independent Ukraine: first the religious community is evicted from cult building and the building is transfered to the secular institution. The synagogue reconstruction begins.

nd also

Roman Catholic Cathedral

Lutheran Cathedral

 

Churches

 

1659  -  Nikolayevskaya
1689 -     Dmitriyevskaya
1668 -     Rozhdestvenskaya
Sergiyevskaya
1675 - Voznesenskaya
1742 - Voskresenskaya (new wooded building)
1663 - Michaylovskaya (Arhangelskaya)
1797 - Kladbishchenskaya
1866 - Zhuravlyovskaya    (149948 bytes)
Mironositzkaya
Kaplunovskaya
Holodnogorskaya
Golbergovskaya (Tryokhsviatytelskaya )
Lysogorskaya
Klochkovskaya
Ozeranskaya
Ivanovskaya