This town is a goldmine of monuments. Here, you can see the ruins of the castle (XVI-XVIII centuries), the town gates (1722), the round tower (1722), the defensive synagogue (1514) with the Jewish cemetery (XVII century), the ancient defense monastery of the Holy Trinity (XVII century) and the current water mill (XIX century).
This Podillian village has preserved a masterpiece of medieval engineering, the Intercession Church-fortress (1467). The first floor of the temple was used as a church, and the second floor as a fortress to defend against attackers. The ruins of the castle of Sutkivskyi (XV century) can also be found in the village.
The ancient town of “Felshtyn" boasts the magnificent Church of St. Wojciech (XVIII century) and a unique point of geodetic Arc Struve “Felshtyn” (1816-1855), which is in the UNESCO world heritage list.
Here you can see one of the best-preserved complexes in Ukraine, the palace-and-park ensemble, Samchyky. You will find the luxurious Empire-style palace of Chechel (1785), a beautifully landscaped park and the icehouse in the form of a Chinese pavilion (1814). Of particular interest is the Japanese Cabinet, which preserved the unique frescoes of Mykhailo Vrubel.
The southernmost outpost of Volyn has preserved a lot of interesting monuments, the most important of which are the castle of the Ostrozkyi princes (1561-1571), the defensive tower of the Dominican monastery (XVI century), the Church of St. John the Baptist (XVII century), the castle сhurch (XVI century) and the embankment with figures of iron monsters.
The town received its name from the wife of its owner, the beautiful Antonina. From its former greatness, we received the remains of the palace and park complex of Sanhushko-Pototskyi. Among them there is a beautifully landscaped park (XVIII century), a stone arena (XIX century), the house of the count's estate manager (XVIII century), three gates with luxurious fencing and a number of buildings made in the Dutch (half-timbered) style, a style that cannot be found anywhere else in Ukraine.