This ancient village on Opillia earns its reputation as a balneological and mud resort with gems represented by the wooden churches, St. Basil church (1733) and St. Basil church (1897). The churches were designed by architect Vasyl Nahirnyi, whilst the iconostasis inside them is painted by Antin Manastyrsky.
The village is home to one of the oldest and cosiest stone churches of Opillia, St.Nicholas church (XIV century).
The birthplace of the wife of Suleiman the Magnificent, Roxelana (Hurrem Sultan), and the Rohatyntsi brothers. This is an amazing Galician town with great landmarks of sacral art. The wooden church of the Holy Spirit (1598) is one of the best examples of Galician folk wooden architecture. It belongs to the most valuable sacral constructions in the world and is added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The church hosts a unique five-level Renaissance and Baroque iconostasis (1650), one of the three oldest iconostases of Ukraine.
St. Nicolas and Anna church (XV century) designed and built in Gothic and Renaissance style, and the church of the Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God (XV century) built in Gothic and Baroque style, also draw visitors’ attention.
For local history experts it is interesting to visit the Rohatyn art and local history museum.
Former “Psary” saved for us eclectic Rei palace (1882) of the prominent architect Julian Zachariewicz. It has served many different purposes since it construction. It has served as a palace, a hellhole, psychiatric hospital, student dormitory and monastery. Nonetheless, it has managed to keep the aura of beauty and grandeur.
Ancient Opillia town, surrounded by a picturesque lake. The museum house, once secretive head office of Roman Shukhevych in 1946-1947, is worth a visit.