View of The General Theological Seminary



ID number:
08444
Title:
View of The General Theological Seminary
City:
Subject:
Buildings, architecture, seminary, church, park, citadel
Creator:
Natan Kriger
Publisher:
Unknown
Date:
1890-1895
Format:
11х17 сm
Copyright:
Ihor Kotlobulatov
Collection:
Category:
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The bell tower of the former Church of the Holy Spirit (presently the Museum of "Rusalka Dnistrova," a branch of the Lviv Art Gallery). The tower served as a bell tower of a former seminary’s Greek Catholic Church of the Holy Spirit, which was rebuilt in the nineteenth century from the Baroque Roman Catholic Church of the Barefoot Carmelites; the latter was erected in 1729. The church was destroyed during the Second World War and only its bell tower has been preserved. In 1987, museum premises were added on the west.

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