The exhibition of copies of wooden churches, created by Lvov master Mikhail Yaskovich, “Wooden Sacral Architecture” was opened in Ternopol Regional Local History Museum on the eve of Easter.
During the opening of the exhibition the author of works informed that most of the represented exhibits no longer existed. “Most of the churches, models of which were made by me, have been lost – destroyed by fire or flood, by the Bolshevik power”, Yaskov mentioned, as UNIAN informs.
The exhibition represents exhibits, most of which are exact copies of Guzul, Lemki, Boiki, Podol temples of the 17th – 19th centuries, erased without using a single nail. Among them there are models of Ternopol temples, in particular, Rapture Church in Chertkov, construction of which is dated back to 1770.
The exhibition will be open till April 30.