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Monument to Virgin to Maria
Ukraine

 Памятный знак, посвященный 2000-летию Рождества Христова, называют в народе Луганской Богородицей.

Скульптор, заслуженный художник Украины Е. Чумак и архитекторы А. Довгополов, А. Поздняков воплотили в созданном ими образе Царицы Небесной лучшие традиции православной церкви. Основой для памятника послужила икона Луганской Богородицы, которая находится в Свято-Петропавловском соборе города.

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