The Annunciation Cathedral is a Neo-Byzantine building in Kharkiv, Ukraine. It was designed at the end of the Byzantine Revival by Mikhail Lovtsov, an architect local to Kharkiv. Completed in 1901, it’s 80-meter bell tower made it one of the tallest structures during the Russian Empire (1721-1917).
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Architecture, Modern -- 19th century -- Byzantine revival (Architecture); City churches -- Ukraine; Architecture -- religious architecture -- Russia; Architecture -- historic buildings;
Smolski, Chet and Lovtsov, Mikhail, "Kharkiv: Annunciation Cathedral" (1976). Browse All. 873.
architecture, religious building, Neo-Byzantine, Mikhail Lovtsov, cathedral