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Ukrainian Catholic Church
Title : Ukrainian Catholic Church Ukrainian Catholic Church
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Creator : Loren, Marisa G.
Source : Loren, Marisa G., PRG 1270/2 vol. 6, p. 699, no. 1
Date of creation : 2000
Format : Photograph
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Description :
The Ukranian Catholic Church of Saints Volodymyr and Olha at Woodville was built in 1964. From 1948 many Ukrainians settled in Australia and in Adelaide the Ukrainian community is now large enough to support two parishes - at Woodville and Wayville. The Woodville church was designed by JEA Wojewidka. The design follows the traditional style of Ukrainian churches, being built in the shape of a cross and with a central dome and smaller cupolas. However, modern materials have been used including stainless steel for the roofing of the cupolas.
Related names :

Wojewidka, J.E.A.

Ukrainian Catholic Church of Sts Volodymyr and Olha (Woodville, S. Aust.)

Coverage year : 2000
Place : Woodville (S. Aust.)
Region : Adelaide metropolitan area
Further reading :
Association of Ukrainians in South Australia. Nasha hromada, no. 1 (Jan. 1975)-
Langmead, Donald and Goosetray, M. Creed and architecture, [Adelaide: SAIT School of Architecture and Building, 1970]



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