Great Synagogue

The Great Synagogue in Dubno was built from 1782 to 1794. It was damaged during World War II and the Holocaust and since then has remained empty. It is a brick building in a baroque neoclassical style. There are reportedly underground tunnels between the synagogue and the castle in Dubno.

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St. Ignatius of Loyola Church

Originally built in the 18th century as a Jesuit Catholic church, the Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola and Stanislaus Kostka currently functions as a Ukranian Orthodox church. This church changed denominations and functions a number of times throughout its history, switching between Orthodoxy and Catholicism, and even being used as a sport's hall during the Soviet Union.


Cathedral of the Holy Intercession

The Cathedral of the Holy Intercession was completed in 2001 and is one of the highest temples in Ukraine. The cathedral was built in the Ukrainian style. This is underlined, among other things, by the golden Trident with a cross (emblem of Ukraine) on its pediment, the golden domes, the white and blue walls.

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Great Synagogue in Berestechko

The Great Synagogue in Berestechko is an Ashkenazi synagogue built between 1827 and 1885 by the architect Konstantin Rasturkhanov. This Baroque Survival brick building now serves as an office. According to the tourist guide of 1929, the exterior of the synagogue was decorated with paintings.