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  1. The St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery in Kiev represents one of the most typical examples of Ukrainian Baroque architecture. Ukrainian Baroque or Cossack Baroque or Mazepa Baroque is an architectural style that was widespread in the Ukrainian lands in the 17th- and 18th- centuries. It was the result of a combination of local architectural traditions and European Baroque.
  2. Ukrainian Baroque or Cossack Baroque or Mazepa baroque is an architectural style that emerged in Ukraine during the Hetmanate era, in the 17th and 18th centuries. Ukrainian Baroque is distinct from the Western European Baroque in having more moderate ornamentation and simpler forms, and as such was considered more constructivist.
  3. Oct 02,  · Ukrainian Baroque emerged during the Hetmanate era of the 17th–18th centuries. Ukrainian Baroque architecture, representative of cossack aristocracy, [1] is distinct from Western European Baroque in that its designs were more constructivist, had more moderate ornamentation, and were simpler in form.
  4. In Ukraine the baroque style emerged during the Cossack period and assumed some distinctive features. For this reason it is known as the Ukrainian baroque or the Cossack baroque (end of the 17th to the beginning of the 18th century).
  5. Oct 22,  · The style combines the elements of Baroque, Empire or Napoleon, late Classicism and Art Deco, it combines the pomp, luxury, grandeur and monumentality. Another severe blow to the architecture of Ukraine (Kiev in particular) made the Second World War.
  6. The architecture of the old town, in Austro-Hungarian and Polish style with Baroque influences from the Italian Renaissance, is remarkable. In the past, %Liv% was the capital of a powerful Ukrainian state, the principality of Galicia - Volhony.
  7. Nov 29,  · The Baroque architecture in the country is actually known as Ukrainian Baroque style and it can usually be seen on the Ukrainian Orthodox monasteries that the city is teeming with. The style emerged during the Cossacks rise in Ukraine during the 17th and 18th centuries.
  8. Having elaborate decorative elements, which were often borrowed from wooden architecture, this style was spontaneously called the ‘Cossack baroque’or the ‘Mazepa baroque.’ Because it was a truly original adaptation of the baroque, this style is generally called the ‘Ukrainian baroque.’.
  9. Formed in the mid-seventeenth century, the Ukrainian Baroque resulted, in a sense, from attempts to refer to traditional Russian Orthodox art, but to a large extent it was influenced by Western architecture.

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