The St. Kaplan Vincent will lure you to the capital of the Russian Principality. Visit the State historical and cultural reserve, “The Belz Principality”, with an overview of the millennial city, the ancient churches of St. Paraskeva (17 century), St. Nicholas (1635), the Jewish cemetery (16 century) and the place where is kept the miraculous icon of Częstochowa (Belz) Virgin Mary, which the Prince (Knyaz) Leo brought to Belz.
In Chervonohrad (Krystynopil) we invite you to the palace and park ensemble of the count Potocki in the style of classicism, with the museum of religion and the church of St. Yury monastery of the Basilian (1771).
Explore the castle-estate of the Potocki (17-19 century), with a palace built in the French Neo-Baroque style, where the famous ghost of Maryny Tartakovskoi, the heroine of the works of Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, supposedly roams.
You can also enter the church of St. Michael the Archangel (1603) with a copy of the miraculous icon of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, who healed 407 people and was crowned by John Paul II.
This city attracts tourists with magnificent landscapes of the Bug river, the Renaissance church of the Blessed Virgin (1604) of the Bernardine monastery. Also, we will see the pearls of Galician architecture: churches of Nicholas (1639), the church of Michael (1778) and a synagogue (1762).
The magnificent Baroque church of St. Mark (1688).
Officially recognized as the smallest city in Ukraine (999 inhabitants), here you will see the Basilian Church (1855), the majestic church of the Assumption of the Mother of God (1695) and the synagogue (XVII).