This glorious city has preserved more than 30 monuments of history and culture, the most outstanding of which are the remains of the ancient settlement and the castle (ІХ-ХІІІ), church of the Assumption (1612) and the miraculous icon of the “Incarnation”, Zhidachiv Orans (1406) in the church of the Resurrection (1901). The heroic past of this region is revealed in the museum of history and the arts in Zhidachiv.
Kokhavyno was one of the most famous religious pilgrimage sites, in Galicia, between the 18th and 20th centuries. The greater glory of this place has brought the wonderworking icon of the Mother of God of Kokhavyno (1646). You can see the icon in the magnificent Neo-Romanesque church of the monastery of St. Gerard (1868-1894). The complex also includes a Gothic chapel (1902) and a source with wonderful fertile water. We invite you to pray to the miraculous icon and receive God's blessing.
This former town was owned by the Ukrainian Hetman, Ivan Vyhovsky, who led a successful campaign against the Russian army under Konotop. On the place of the fortified ancient Russian settlement is the estate of the owners of the village. Not far from this estate, grows an old oak tree, which, according to local legend, Hetman originated from. Some researchers argue that Ivan Vygovsky was buried in Ruda. Regardless of whether this is true or not, the Ukraine museum of the Hetman Ivan Vygovsky reveals the history of the town.
In this mountain village, there is a palace and park complex with the palace of Starzhynskykh-Losiv (1895), built in the style of Austrian hunting castles.
The birthplace of the “father of Polish literature” Mikołaj Rej and the alabaster industry of Galicia. In the town, you can see the palace of Skrynskykh Chartoryiskykh (ХІХ), built in the French Renaissance style with modern elements. You will also be interested in the Neo-Gothic town hall (ХХ) and the monument to the “Treaty of Zhuravno” (1676).
Valley of wild tulips
In the floodplains of the Dniester and Stryi is the cherished valley of wild tulips (Fritillaria meleagris), they are listed in the Red book as a protected plant because, through the actions of some inconsiderate people, their population is rapidly declining. We invite you to explore the unique island of magical flowers that pleases the eye and warms the heart.