This picturesque village sits under Vapnyarka mountain (461m). From Novosilky “The mysterious stones of the Knights Templar” were brought into Zolochiv castle. Once, there was a castle of Potocki. On the site of the castle were the walls and the church of St. Vincent de Paul (ХІХ). Quite interesting is the Church of the Epiphany (ХVІІІ), which has beautiful portals and a column with a beautiful Baroque sculpture of the Virgin.
This village is Skansen, located near the picturesque Gologory. It attracts tourists with the church of St. Apostles Peter and Paul (1784), near which is a unique combining of the cross with ivy. The long past of this village can be unravelled in a small and cozy museum, organized by the local historian Victor Ivanyuk, from the monuments of antiquity found in the territory of the village.
This was once known as the town of Liatske. There is a memorial here, to the fallen Ukrainian-soldiers of the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS “Galicia”, who died in the “Battle of Brody” as a result of the Lviv-Sandomierz Strategic Offensive Operation.
One of the cities of Western Ukraine, which is rich thanks to its attractions. In addition to the well-known castle, here you can see the Zolochiv-yard defensive arsenal (XIV), the church of St. Nicholas (XVI), the church of Resurrection (1624), and the church of the Lord Ascension (1731).
The former Rykiv invites you to explore the wooden church of the Resurrection (1903), built by Vasily Nagorny and painted by a talented muralist Modest Sosenko.
The village has an architectural monument of national importance, the church of St. Kuzma and Demyan (1697) with a bell tower.
The favorite residence of King Jan Sobieski, which attracts tourists with the ruins of the castle-palace (XVI), Neo-Gothic town hall (ХІХ), the church of the Holy Trinity (1748) and the church of the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin (1648), where there is the miraculous icon of the Mother of God.