Exploring Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online

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    A woman dressed in a traditional Hutsul dress, carrying a basket on her right side and a ceramic vase on her left.
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    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.
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    Workers, collective farm workers, youth of the city and district took part in the creation of the museum. In their free time, they rearranged rooms, decorated the interior and exterior of the building, and made stands and showcases. Pensioners, veterans of civil war and World War II actively collected materials, household items, various documents, which later became museum exhibits. The museum's collection includes more than 6,000 items, including archaeological, natural and written and printed items, numismatics, photos, ethnography, and memorial items. All these things characterize the material and spiritual heritage of Ukrainian and other peoples living in the region, their way of life.
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    Within the Uzhhorod Castle, there are 40 rooms in the palace. The largest hall of the castle, the knight's hall, located on the second floor, was transformed into an internal chapel with a painted ceiling by artist Ferdinand Vydra in 1857. Around the same time, the neighboring halls were decorated with stucco, painting, and gold leaf. The Uzhhorod Castle itself is the most valuable exhibit of the Zakarpattia regional Museum of Local History named after T. Legotsky. It is the oldest (spanning the 13th and 18th centuries) and most valuable historical and architectural structure of the city of Uzhhorod.
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    A parchment manuscript of the Mukachevo Psalter or a Book of Psalms created sometime during the 14th or the 15th century. It is part of the museum's rare book collection that spans and includes materials from the 14th to the late 17th century.
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    A virtual tour of the exhibition halls of the Vinnytsia Regional local history museum - Explore our museum directly from your computer. We offer you a virtual tour using spherical interactive panoramas with a 360°x180° view.
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    Schoolchildren seated indoors, looking at the camera.
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    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.
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    Cossack, the main character Stanislav Minchun. Watercolor.
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    The building of the Chernivtsi Art Museum is a unique architectural monument of national significance. It was built in the tradition of the Viennese Art Nouveau style for the Bukovyna Savings Bank (1900). Both the exterior design and interiors of the building, in general, have not undergone significant changes over time and since 1991, the Chernivtsi Art Museum has been housed in its current building. The museum contains many masterpieces of Western European, Bukovyna, and Ukrainian art including the many stained glass windows and ornamental staircases.
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