The article highlights and analyzes the architectural peculiarities of such a new type of buildings as theological-humanitarian higher educational institutions, distinguishes the major factors that influence their architectural and space planning organization, and outlines suggestions on the development of theological-humanitarian institutions architecture in Ukraine.
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