Kolomyia is the famous center of the social, cultural and educational life of Precarpathian area, the capital of the Pokuttya land. This city impresses both its guests and local people by its authentic, vivid museums, incredible historical, cultural and architectural monuments. Explore this colorful city by going there with our tour!
We promise you will be impressed!
Kolomyia is well known as the center of Hutsul culture, here You can see the original architecture of the XIX-XX centuries.
Here You have the opportunity to see:
Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary is one of the well-known monuments of this city is aIt was built in 1587 and now is one of the oldest wooden churches in Subcarpathia, a great example of the Hutsul school of folk wooden architecture.Today, the church belongs to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and it definitely worth seeing it!
Famous museum "Pysanka" that possess thousands of showpieces from around the world. The museum of Easter Eggs (Pysankas) located in the most original architectural building of the city, which has become a distinguishing card of Kolomya and which attracts visitors from all countries. The museum is egg-shaped. Inside is the exhibition of fifteen hundred exhibits. A complete collection of the museum includes over 12 thousand eggs. The exhibition displays color and decorative eggs not only from all over Ukraine, but also from other countries. Their language pattern is a language of goodness, preservation and peace. That's the most famous place to visit in Kolomyia and Western Ukraine!
The National Museum of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttia Folk Art is a museum with a collection of more than 50 000 objects documenting the history and folk culture of Hutsulshchyna and Pokuttya regions and that is one of the biggest exhibitions of artifacts in Western Ukraine.
Vichevyi Maidan Square the name of the square tells for itself: here in the contemporary history the populous public meetings (veches) took place, famous speakers and orators appeared, among whom the leaders and inspirers of Ukrainian nation Viacheslav Chornovil, Levko Lukianenko, and Dmytro Pavlychko.