Balneological resort with hydrogen sulfide mineral water springs attracts tourists with the well-restored palace of Baron Brunytskyi (1845).
Only winners (peremozhtsi in Ukrainian) can get to this village and see the beautiful church in the Constructivism style (1930).
The famous architects, F. Felmer and H. Helmer, the creators of Chernivtsi and Odessa Opera Houses, designed here a magnificent Neo-Renaissance Palace Bala (1899). The former Cathedral of St. Dorothy (1600) is also worth seeing.
In the "exemplary town of mosquitoes" (komari in Ukrainian) the richly decorated Church of the Nativity of the Virgin (1657) impresses visitors, as does the the Halychian style, wooden Mykhailivska Church (1754) and the memorial column (1663), built to commemorate the victory of Yan
Sobeskyi over the Turks at Komárno in the 17th century.
As the legend says, the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin was built on the site of her appearance in 1603. The church, which is well preserved, is one of the best examples of sacred wooden architecture.
For Ukrainians, it was like a bolt from the cloudless sky to learn that in 1947, in Hrimne, the underground headquarters of the commander of the UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army), Roman Shukhevych, were hidden. On the site, what is now the house of the local priest is also a museum, detailing its history. The wooden church of the Transfiguration of the Lord (1777) is also of interest to local ethnographers.