He was a carpenter
Yes, it sounds corny, but Prague is a fairy tale. And there are people who love her the most. Despite Paris, Amsterdam or Rome. And how to describe this magic?
The capital of the Czech Republic is incredibly fascinating in winter. We advise you to visit it precisely during Advent, when ancient narrow streets are shrouded in garlands, the aromas of the sweet tealotnik and the whole city is filled with incredible energy.
Prague will require several days of your attention. And sleepless nights! And that will not be enough. Of course, wherever you look, architectural wonders and little secrets are everywhere. Continue reading
In connection with the postponement of the working day from March 9 to Saturday March 3, Ukrainians will have the opportunity to relax and arrange a mini-vacation from March 8 to 11, inclusive.
We present to your attention several options for tourist places where you can celebrate International Women’s Day.
Thanks to the visa-free regime with the European Union, it became easier for Ukrainians to plan their trips. Now the main question is not how to open a visa, but how to buy plane tickets more profitably. Of course, it is best to buy tickets in a few months, but sometimes tickets a few days before the departure date can also be bought profitably, the main thing is to constantly monitor the cost of the desired tickets in the corresponding program. Continue reading
The Lemkovskaya Usadba Museum in Zarichev opens the door to Lemki, a lost paradise – representatives of an ethnic group, which, due to the historical upheavals of the last century, has become a symbol of exiles from their native land.
We climb a mountain in a village where there is a blue, thatched hut. It is striking how long it is – according to tradition, lemki built residential and farm buildings (stable, shed) under one roof in a row. While getting to the threshold, the song “Smerekova hut on cool mountains” sounds in my thoughts. And although the hut is not Smerekova, and the mountain is not too steep, this song comes to the moment, because that’s how lemons come to this museum: like a parent’s hut. Like in his childhood – where there was a similar hut in a row covered with straw, where it smelled of smoke and mother’s food …
A Hut That Smells Of Childhood
Lemkovskaya manor- This hut was built in 1902, – the current mistress (you can not name otherwise) of this hut meets Mrs. Lyuba Pekar, the head of the Lemkovskaya manor ethnographic museum. – That’s what it says on the central beam. Zarichevsky landlord Kovach came here for a housewarming party with his family after Veil – then the custom ordered to move to a new hut precisely in the autumn period: when it is full in the barn and bins, the order in the yard and garden. Continue reading