One of the largest villages in Ukraine, with 10,207 inhabitants, 119 streets and 3050 yards. You will find the church of St. Catherine (1612) and several villas built in the Classical period.
Here is one of the best works of the famous architect, Vasily Nagorny, the church of John the Theologian (1912). Of particular interest is the recent restoration of the temple, which was performed by the Ukrainian artist, Lubomir Medvid. The ensemble of the temple and its architecture is a perfect combination of historical heritage and the latest sacred art.
In this old village, there is a model school museum of the history of the village, where you can learn about the life of the villagers, outstanding people who were born, lived or visited the village of Mshana.
The city is surrounded by the Vereshchytsia river. We invite you to visit one of the oldest churches of Ukraine, the church of the Exaltation (the beginning of XV century) and outstanding works of folk architecture, including the church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1633) and St. John's church (1755). Those that are most attentive can see Pisa and the Eiffel tower.
In the suburbs of Rudok and Vyshnia, you will see a large Neo-Renaissance palace (1835), which belonged to a brilliant Polish comedy writer, Alexander Fredro, the grandfather of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky. In the park that surrounds the palace, you can see the unique oak-hornbeam tree, on each branch of which there are leaves of hornbeam and oak. There is a museum of Fredro-Sheptytsky in the palace.
The town, located at the confluence of the rivers Vyshnia and Vyshenky, invites you to the Renaissance-Baroque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (1728) with the sarcophagus of King Fredro-Sheptytsky and a copy of the image of the Mother of God of Rudky, crowned by John Paul II, as “The Queen of the Bieszczady Mountains”.
The private museum of the local history of Ivan Yatsenko has brought fame to this village, who, together, continue to collect his exhibits for the museum.