A small industrial town on the river Taina can boast of its enormous Palace complex of Semenskyi-Levyskyi. The most ancient landmark of the complex is the old Palace (the 1790s), and the most beautiful one is the neo-Baroque Palace (1837), built by the Italian architect Botocchini. Among the architectural attractions of Khorostkiv, we should also mention the Church of the Holy Virgin (1887), the equestrian arena (1837) and the building of the railway station (1890). Nature lovers will find a monument of landscape art of the national importance -Khorostkiv arboretum (1972) which occupies the area of 18 hectares and contains more than 1,500 species of flora from all continents.
Famous for its apple gardens, the village on the river Nichlava welcomes you to explore the modest Didushytskyi's Palace (XIX century), surrounded by a park with exotic plants (the 1840s). Its highlights are a beech alley and a pond with a picturesque island. The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1875) and the Church of St. Elizabeth (1900) in Yabluniv are also worth seeing.
Known for its sausages, this Podilian town, located like Rome on seven hills, is also famous for its ancient wooden Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (1630). Also, in Kopychyntsi there is a fascinating secession area of the Market square, the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (1802), a Ukrainian People's House (1910), a synagogue (XVIII century), the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin (1898) and Mykolai's Church (1900.), designed by an architect Vasyl Nahirnyi. Kopychyntsi is well-known in Ukraine for its Amateur Folk Theatre named after B. Lepkyi. You can learn about its glorious past and present in the Museum of Theatrical Arts of the Ternopil region.
The homeland of the Cossack leader Severyn Nalyvaiko has long been famous for its highly mineralized hydrogen sulphide therapeutic water, such as "Naftusia”, which is popularly called "ropa”. You can taste it as well as take with yourself. The river Zbruch surrounds the town from three sides and separates it from the village with the same name in the Khmelnytskyi region. Among the architectural and historical monuments, which you should visit, are the Church of St. Onuphrius (XVI century), the Church of St. Anthony (1610), the Bernardine monastery and the ruins of the synagogue (XVII century), built in the Gothic-Moorish style. You can learn about the glorious history of the region in the museum of local lore. Due to climate change, on the generous Podilian land now there are grape plantations, where they produce fine wine for its connoisseurs.
Near the village in the river Zbruch in 1848, the border guards found Zbruch idol –Svitovyd, which is now a highlight of the Krakow archaeological museum.
On a high hill in the middle of the village, there is a number of buildings and monuments that may interest tourists, namely, the ruins of the defensive Church of the Conception of the Virgin Mary (1728), the chapel built on the site of the castle and its remains (XVII century), the tombstone of M. Zaborovskyi (1828), the cholera column (1831) and a lovely villa of Timelman (early XX century) built in the style of Romanticism with Gothic elements.
Take a walking trip through the ancient forest to the ex-ocean reef mountain Bohyt (also known as Bokhit, Bohit, Bokhut), which is a valuable part of the reserve "Medobory" due to its luxurious and rare vegetation. This rather high Towtra is a classic rocky limestone strand with a height of 414 meters above sea level, which has long been a cult centre for people. Scientists have found here an ancient Slavic pagan settlement-temple (IX-XIII centuries), burial mounds, an old road of the Scythian era, and a system of shafts and ditches of the Scythian and ancient Slavic periods. The prehistoric dolmen structure, which consists of two vertical stones-blocks and one horizontal plate laid on them is especially fascinating. Some scientists believe that the legendary Zbruch idol-Svitovyd, found in the river Zbruch, used to stand on the mountain Bohit. This place is a Zbruch cult pagan centre, which operated for a long time after the adoption of Christianity in our area.
This picturesque village near Medobory got its name due to two small karst lakes Synie and Bezodnia, which are popularly known as “viknyny”. Ivan Franko used to come here to visit a local landowner Vladyslav Fedorovych. Franko Rocks and the exhibits of the amazing Historical Museum "Unforgettable names" remind about these visits.
The birthplace of the inventor of X-rays Ivan Pului and outstanding cook Dariia Tsviek invites you to explore the ruins of the stone synagogue (XVII century), the Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1806) and the Museum of Nature in the reserve "Medobory".