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St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, North Foley

St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church is a modest example of Byzantine architectural influences recreated in Manitoba’s rural Interlake region by early Ukrainian settlers.

Through its single banya (dome), one-room plan, decorative intact interior and extensive iconography, including floral motifs painted by visiting Belgian priests, the church represents a simplified version of more substantial Eastern rite structures found in Ukraine and elsewhere in Manitoba.

The building has been designated as a Municipal Heritage Site.

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