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.
Italian rail constructors in the Carpathians From the middle of the XIX century, an intensive industrialization of Austria-Hungary was launched
The first record of Yaremche refers to the census population of 1787 under the Austrian emperor Joseph. Here lived only