Mykhailo Hrechyna

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Certificate of laureate of the Ukrainian State Prize

Mykhailo Hnatovych Hrechyna (Ukrainian: Миха́йло Гна́тович Гречи́на, April 2, 1902 - June 21, 1979), a Soviet architect from Ukraine, recipient of the Ukrainian State Prize (1982).

Biography[edit]

Mykhailo Hrechyna was born in the village of Budyshche, Kiev Governorate (Russian Empire), today it's the village of Cherkasy Raion around the city of Cherkasy. In 1930 he graduated from the architect department of the Kiev Art Institute (today, National Academy of visual arts and architecture).

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Kiev[edit]

Kaniv[edit]

  • Hotel "Taras's Hill" 1961

Family[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Ukrainian State Prize in field of science and technology - 1983

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