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Temple complex amidst the landscape park scenery at Buki village
Ukraine

You’re welcome to visit Saint Martyr Eugene Church you’re looking right now. It is a gem in the mosaic of Temple complex in Buki village. Here you also find the bell tower of St. Daniel, the chapels of St. Nicholas and St. Alexander. If you wander farther you’ll end up in the Ivan Suslov’s estate – a picturesque piece of architecture and landscape design.

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