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Modern Ukrainian Orthodox Church

Modern Ukrainian Orthodox Church  

After Ukrainian independence in 1991, Orthodox Christians began construction of a new church in Tovste, next to the old cemetery.

The church of simple design, made of plain grey brick, was completed in 1995.

  Modern Ukrainian Orthodox Church

An article that appeared in the 27 July 2005 online edition of The Moscow Times, entitled ‘No End to the Schism’ provides an informative account of the centuries-old struggle between the Ukrainian Orthodox and Greek Catholic (Uniate) Churches, which continues to this day.

Links to some other interesting articles on this topic:

Interfax-Religion