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Why should the beautiful die?


St. Peter & St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodix Church, Carnegie

There are two Ukrainian churches in Carnegie. The Catholic one is an enlarged Quonset hut. This one is an Art Nouveau interpretation of traditional Ukrainian architecture by the Hungarian architect Titus de Bobula. Together with its next-door neighbor, the Russian Orthodox church, it makes this corner of Carnegie look exotically East European.

The effect is even more curious when the distinctively Ukrainian domes are seen through a distinctively American maze of utility cables.

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