One of the original copies of the Latin-language version of Ukrainian kozak leader Pylyp Orlyk’s 1710 constitution on display at the 1,000-year-old Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv on August 17.
KYIV – Smaller than a school pupil’s notebook, yet carrying significant historical weight, Ukrainian kozak leader Pylyp Orlyk’s early 18th century Constitution went on display at Kyiv’s 1,000-year-old Saint Sophia Cathedral on August 17.
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