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The temple complex of the Dormition of the Holy Mother of God on Slynko

Functional purpose Temple complex of the Dormition of the Holy Mother of God on Slynko
Address Intersection of Petra Slynko, Kharkivs’ki Diviziy, and Sadovoparkovoy streets in Kharkiv city
Land area 0.64 hectares
Total object area 526.2 m²
Year of design 2014
Design stages Sketch project
Chief Architect Alexander Saratov
Architects Alexander Saratov, Alexander Danchenko, Maxim Bulat

The area for the construction of the temple complex is located on a plot of residential land free from buildings. The designated area for the temple complex is bordered on all sides by streets:

– on the north side – Petra Slynko Street;
– on the east side – Kharkivs’ki Diviziy Street;
– on the west side – Sadovoparkovaya Street.

The temple buildings are situated no closer than 12 meters from the red lines of Kharkivs’ki Diviziy Street, 3 meters from Petra Slynko Street, and 19 meters from Sadovoparkovaya Street.

For the future, an auxiliary zone is planned, intended for the organization of parish, educational, charitable, and other activities. It is connected to the entrance and temple zones. In this area, it is planned to place a clergy house with a Sunday school, a baptistery, a children’s playground, a turning area, and a service parking lot for 5 cars/spots.

The clergy house, Sunday school, and baptistery are interconnected. Restrooms for parishioners are connected to the clergy house and have an exterior entrance.

The project includes landscaping the boulevard area along Petra Slynko Street, between Sadovoparkovaya and Kharkivs’ki Diviziy streets. A monument to the Most Holy Theotokos is planned to be installed on the site, which will mark the spatial axis of the boulevard.

The temple is designed as a pillarless quadrilateral, covered with a vaulted ceiling. The temple’s plan structure is three-part (altar – middle part – narthex), with an attached bell tower, vestibule, and enclosed gallery. The area of the middle part of the temple is increased on the southern and northern sides due to the attached gallery.