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Zymne Monastery
Ukraine

The Uspensky Svyatogorsky Monastery (in English, the Assumption Monastery at the Holy Mountain) is a stauropegial Ukrainian Orthodox cave monastery, located at the top of the Holy Mountain rising above the Luh River near the village of Zymne, five kilometers south of Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Volyn Oblast, Ukraine.

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