It is a village of exile potters and a well-known center of Havarechchyna black ceramics. Here you can learn how to work with a potter's wheel, buy ceramic products of local masters and look over a renewed rebel hiding place.
The hill lies at the beginning of the Podillia Upland, this is the place where on September, 6 1948 Mary, mother of Jesus, appeared to three girls and a boy. At the site of the Mother of God appearing, a healing source sprang out, and next to it the footprint of the Mother of God appeared on a stone. Scenic surrounding nature and healing water will help you to regain strength and peace of mind.
Once home to the iconic painter Ivan Rutkovych and king of Poland Michał Korybut Wiśniowieck. In Soviet times this was an exemplary village and it was admired by many. From this period, there is a giant complex of central buildings. For those who love history, the Church of the Dormition (1613) and school museum will become of great interest.
Picturesque village, homeland to Ukrainian poet, enlightener of Galicia Markiyan Shashkevych (1811-1843). In Pidlyssia you can visit a cozy museum and manor house of Markiyan Shashkevych and the wooden Church of the Transfiguration (1735).
Bila Hora (White Hill)
Markiyan Shashkevych once wrote about the hill: “Pidlyssia White Hill! When I do not see you, I am so sad and sorrowful, I am almost crying”. In 1911 on the hill a huge memorial cross was erected in honor of the 100th anniversary of Markiyan Shashkevych.
Archaic Halych village with an excellent view of Olesko Castle. Here, two great wooden churches are located, St. Michael Church (1697) that has recently been saved and reconstructed on “the Auction of Hope”, and the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1750) with an old cemetery where you can find art tombstones and a unique Gnievosh tomb in antique style.