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CHERNIVTSI : FORMER RESIDENCE OF THE METROPOLITAN OF BUKOVYNA

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NOTE! Update : New photos in the article. Pearl of Chernivtsi is of course a beautiful architectural ensemble, the UNESCO heritage, former residence of the Metropolitan of Bukovyna and Dalmatia, currently the main building of the National University them Chernivsti named of. Yuriy Fedkovych. Being in Chernivtsi you must be next to the beautiful works of the architect J. Glavka! Chernivtsi 9702

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CATEGORY OF ARTICLE: Articles, Featured, Monuments November 24, 2012, 20:54

Chernivtsi is of course the heart of Bucovina. A heart of Chernivtsi, or rather her the Pearl, you can certainly be called the former the residence of Metropolitan of Bukovina and Dalmatia, beautiful architectural complex belonging to the inventory of heritage UNESCO.

Currently in residence is the main complexNational University them chernivsti regions. Yuriy Fedkovych (ukr. Yu. Юрія Федьковича).

The residence was built according to the project and under the leadership ofthe Czech architect j.. Glavka.

The architectural team was built in 1864-1882 on the site of the old residence, built in the years 80. The 18th century.

Located on the Hill, by the River Prut, the residence is fronted to the city. At the end of the. The 19th century. the tip of the Hill, located outside of residence garden, was called Habsburg's Hill. On the construction was allocated 1.75 million, and the same construction was initiated the Bishop Eugene Hackmannem.

The complex is in the richardsonian Romanesque style, with themes and forms of Byzantine architecture, and a tile reproduces the colors and folk art motifs in Bukovina.

The residence consisted from the main the residence of the Bishop (in the middle of the), Seminar of the Church (on the left side of the) and the monastery (on the right side),  and for the residence of the Bishop is large and nice private garden.

Residence was heavily damaged during World War II, Bishop moved to Romania, and in the years 1957 – 1964 the residence was restored and reformated to headqarters of State University of Chernivsti.

Below Photo Gallery residence, where I was at the beginning of autumn.

 



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Paul wrote/bath, July 07 27, 2014 , 22:44

and here are a couple of affectionate comments:
1. Please be consistent – If the National University, as indeed it is true that until the end of the national, and in the last paragraph it is state-owned 🙁 in Ukraine is not the same. And such and such universities.
2. the residence has not been heavily damaged during the war. It was destroyed only one Hall of the Central Corps (the present blue room)
3. The Orthodox Metropolitan was forced to leave the Soviet Union of Bucovina
4. przeformatowany – and in the last paragraph it is state-owned 🙁 in Ukraine is not the same
5. the residence does not have part of the monastic – the present buildings of the Faculty of economic and administrative spaces have geographical (eq. they were mostly made there candles).
6. for the University is the University garden !!! No private. In one of its parts is a geosejsmiczna station.

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