Brief overview of the villages Dzembronya and Bystrets Bystrets The high-mountain river with pure spring water Bystrets flows through the
Kosmach is the most unique and the largest village in the Carpathian mountains, Ukraine. There are around 3 000 local artists of folk arts. It is the cultural centre of the Carpathians and Hutsul people, Ukrainian ethnos with very bright culture.
According to the legend, the name of the village appeared in 17th century, when a deserter from the czarist army a soldier Vorokhta settled in the village. He was a talented weaver; the fame of him spread rapidly throughout the area.
Mykulychyn is a specific Hutsul village famous for locals’ hospitality, a lot of boarding houses of high quality, mild temperate climate with healthy air and so-called summer residents from all-around, even from abroad.
The region of Verkhovyna is the central area of Hutsulshchyna that is part of the highlands of the Ukrainian Carpathians.
Burkut is the oldest Polish balneology health resort. The best times of Burkut resort were in 20 years of the
Carpathians – is a unique region, which is one of the most mountainous areas in Europe, that is famous for
I am in the street before the train station of Ivano-Frankivsk. The dust and the concentration of exhaust gases is
Today Dora is a part of town Yaremche. It lies at 500 meters above sea level. The village lies in
The first record of Yaremche refers to the census population of 1787 under the Austrian emperor Joseph. Here lived only