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Architecture / Buildings of Tluste/Tovste

The pages in this section highlight the architecture of Tovste and many of the buildings that have formed an important part of the town's history, among them:

  Greek Catholic Church of 1730

An undated picture confirms the existence of a massive wooden church that served Tluste for an incredible two centuries, until it was demolished around 1911.   more »  
Greek Catholic Church of 1730
  Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

Arguably the most beautiful of Tovste’s buildings, the Greek Catholic church is impressive from whatever angle one observes it.   more »
Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
  Modern Ukrainian Orthodox Church

After Ukrainian independence in 1991, Orthodox Christians began construction of a new church of simple design, which was completed in 1995.   more »
Modern Ukrainian Orthodox Church
  Roman Catholic Church of St. Anne

In former times, the Roman Catholic Church of St. Anne would have been an impressive building on the Tluste skyline, with its tapered steeple that lent it a certain charm.
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Roman Catholic Church of St. Anne
  Former Synagogue of Tluste

An Austrian-drawn map of Tluste, dating from 1858, reveals the presence of a synagogue in Tluste that was ultimately destroyed by the Nazis during the Second World War.   more »
Former Synagogue of Tluste
  Peoplesí Museum of Tovste

The museum boasts a varied collection of exhibits and artefacts from Tovste and the surrounding region, from pre-historic times through to the Second World War.   more »
Peoples’ Museum of Tovste