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Temple complex overlooking the Suslov’s manor at Buki village

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You’re at the back of Saint Martyr Eugene Church, a part of Temple complex in Buki village. The Church was designed by architect Yu. Babich and built on the funds of famous entrepreneur of Skvyra region – Ivan Suslov. The complex was founded in mid-nineties and free of charge to visit. It comprises the bell tower of St. Daniel, the chapels of St. Nicholas and St. Alexander as well. From this viewpoint you may also observe panorama of Suslov fabulous fairy-tale like manor.

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