A photograph of the Cherkasy Academic Honored Ukrainian Folk Choir, which was created in May 1957. From the first years of its existence, the choir declared itself as an original and unique singing group that drew its inspiration from folk sources, enriching the art of folklore with the classics.
At the beginning of the Second World War, Buchach had 11,100 inhabitants, of whom 2,400 were Ukrainians, 3,550 Poles, and 5,150 Jews. In 1959, Buchach had 7,000 inhabitants. Such a sharp decrease in the population of the city is explained by the Nazi genocide against the Jews, the deportation of Poles to the territory of Poland and the losses of Ukrainians in the struggle against the Stalinist regime. Today, the population of the city is 12,600, the area of the city is 1,026 hectares.
From June 21 to July 23, 2017, on the initiative of the mayor of Dnipro B.A. Filatov and the Department of Strategic Development and Investments of Dnipro, the city street art festival "Mural Fest Dnipro" was held. During the month, ten murals appeared in Dnipro. Muralists from Kharkiv, Odesa, Mariupol, Lviv and Kyiv decorated the Dnipro.
On January 13, the military orchestra as well as students of the Mykolaiv Vocational College of Culture and Arts congratulated the people of Mykolaiv with the Old New Year, showing a rich and bright concert program. The event was held with the support of the Department of Culture and Cultural Heritage Protection of the MMR and took place in an unusual way, because the concerts took place on open platforms - 12 public transport stops in the city.
The underground glory of the salt mine with its unique halls and objects.
Salt panel "Good Shubin". This panel is a kind of miner's talisman. The miners consider Shubin, depicted here, to be their assistant and protector.