Cistern chapel in Ukraine
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Ukrainian town gathers parishioners in 'cistern chapel'

Roman-Catholics in a small village in Ukraine have been congregating for prayer in an unusual venue.

Unable to meet the cost of a real church, the people of Perekhody decided to revamp a huge abandoned metal cistern and turn it into a chapel.

BBC Ukrainian's Irena Taranyuk reports.

  • 22 Feb 2013
  • From the section Europe