Museum of Ivan Fedorov



ID number:
09720
Title:
Museum of Ivan Fedorov
City:
Creator:
Vasyl Pylypjuk
Publisher:
"Radianska Ukraina", Kyiv
Date:
1950-1980
Format:
Unknown
Copyright:
Center for Urban History of East Central Europe
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Inscriptions:
Музей Івана Федорова

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According to the resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Ukrainian SSR number 970 dated 24 August 1963, the St. Onuphrius church belfry was entered in the National list of monuments under protection number 364/3.