Kulchytsy – with a peculiar solution of three multi-storey log cabins without side towers (XVII), in the village of
Among these deviations we distinguish many nuances of leveling of three traditional fellings deduced from the earth.
We notice the unification of clear three-part divisions into generalized volumes, into forms connected by common roofs, into the general form of a church based on a house or a dwelling house, with the approach of such a form to the basilica, often on two floors.
In such temples there are often only hints of the disappeared traditional three-log house with the participation of projections of the central nave in the form of three ends, which do not constitute three organic crowns of separate towers, but are artificially superimposed decorative forms on ordinary four-sloped or eight-sloped roofs. (more…)