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Zarvanytsya
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There are churches of Presvyatoy Trinity (1754; kamyana), Blagovi of schennya, Cathedral of 3arvanickoy Mother of Divine (2000, stone; architect of M. Netrib''yak, konst. T. Grigel'), dzvi nicya, Svyatotroickiy monastery of Studiyskogo of regulation (2001) and minster of Christmas of Presvyatoy Because gorodici (2002; derev''yana), kaplichka (1991), sculptural composition of 3arvanickoy Mother of Divine (2000; sculptors of O. are House-painter, D. Pilipyak; architect D. Chepil'), Cross road. Building and oblashtuvannya of Zarvanic. spiritual center lasts.

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