One of the most beautiful towns in Ukraine, the decoration and the jewel of which is the Baroque Town Hall (1751), immortal creation of two geniuses: the architect Bernard Meretyn and sculptor Johann Georg Pinsel. The building is a perfect combination of architecture and sculpture and can be considered a Baroque highlight of Ukraine. But the Town Hall is not the only remarkable place in the town over the Strypa river; on the castle hill you can see the ruins of the Buchatskyis' castle (XIV-XVII century), St. Nicholas Church (1610), the buildings of the Basilian monastery (1753-1770), the Church of the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1761-1763), where there is the altar made by J. Pinsel, and the Church of the Holy Protection of the Mother of God, built by B. Meretyn.
Once a majestic city, a major trade centre, which at one point competed even with Lviv, is now a small village in the Ternopil region. It still has remnants of the former luxury: the castle ruins (XIV century), the Palace of Poniatovskyi (1644-1659) with a beautiful park, the Renaissance Armenian Church of St. Nicholas (1551) and the breathtaking defensive Church of the Assumption (1590), which has the tomb of the great Polish composer Mychailo Homulka. And to make your trip even better, you can visit a beautiful bridge (XIX century).
The outskirts of Buchach have gorgeous Podillian landscapes and ruins of the castle of Buchatskyi-Tvorovskyi (1600), which they built as an auxiliary to Buchach castle.
In this small Podillian village with beautiful cliffs and grottoes, you can find the cave temple, carved into the travertine rock by ancient monks, and the Church of St. Onuphrius (1768) of OCU, in which there is a sculpture of St. Onuphrius, the author of which, they believe, is Johann Pinsel.
Near this village, there are the picturesque cascades of waterfalls on Rusyliv flow that bring delight and admiration to everyone who sees them.
In this former town, you will find Pototskyis' castle (XVII-XIX centuries); in the village, the connoisseurs of antiquity may also be interested in Holy Trinity Church (XVII century), the Baroque Church of the Nativity of Mary (1634) and the Church of St. Michailo (1702р.) They say if you throw a coin in the direction of the castle over your left shoulder, the money will flow to you for a year like in a golden stream. If you do not believe, just check!
The picturesque village, located in the canyon of the Dnister, welcomes guests with a luxurious Palace of Count Badeni (1906), located in a landscaped park designed by the outstanding A. Röhring. The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (1772), the Church of St. Nicholas (1860), the Museum of local history and picturesque sceneries of the Dnister River are worth seeing.
The unofficial capital of the Lemkos in the area of modern Ukraine -Monastyryska, welcomes you to a fascinating Museum complex "Lemkiv village". It presents the material and spiritual culture of the Western branch of the Ukrainian people - Lemkos. Tourists will find an updated modern exhibition with a big collection of historical, art and lifestyle monuments of Ukrainian Lemkos.