St Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto

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St Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto is located at 400 Bathurst St (north of Dundas St W on the west side) in the Trinity-Bellwoods neighbourhood of Toronto.

Built in 1947 and originally named St Vladimir’s Church, the first service was held in 1948. The Byzantine Revival-style church was designed by architect James Harold Haffa Jr. Three years later, the church became a cathedral.

In 1988, the cathedral was renamed St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral. Today it’s known as St Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto.

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2021 - St. Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto at 400 Bathurst St, north of Dundas St W
2021 – St. Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto at 400 Bathurst St, north of Dundas St W
1998 - St Volodymyr Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral at 400 Bathurst St, north of Dundas St W
1998 – St Volodymyr Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral at 400 Bathurst St, north of Dundas St W (City of Toronto Archives, Series 1465, File 187, Item 62)
2021 – Looking west from Bathurst St towards St Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto
2021 – Looking west from Bathurst St towards St Volodymyr Cathedral of Toronto
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