The opening of the first snail farm in Transcarpathia in Nizhny Selishte made a fuss – the ubiquitous journalists, curious tourists, and those who were “annoyed” reached out for it: why does a person seriously cultivate what can be gathered enough in the vineyards after rain. In a word, the farm has become both a “discovery” and a “highlight”, and already an “integral part” of the region, because you don’t feed the Transcarpathians with bread, and don’t take away the opportunity to be “not like everyone else”.
Farmer Mikhail Demyan became interested in French delicacy four years ago. Friends brought from abroad, gave a try and hinted at opening a case. At first hesitated, because the production of snails in Ukraine is not yet widespread. Therefore, Mikhail had to acquire all the knowledge regarding their care and maintenance abroad, in European countries. He visited the farms of Poland, Romania, Moldova and Cyprus and took a chance – he started a business in Transcarpathia. Continue reading
Today there are territories that remain terra incognita even for most local residents and are not fully used as locations for treatment and recovery.
A few more months – and the holiday season will begin in the Kherson region, not only those who want to sunbathe on the coastal beaches of the region will come here, but also people who are eager to take advantage of the still not very untreated healing mud and waters.
Today in the Kherson region there are territories that remain terra incognita even for the majority of the inhabitants of the region and are not used properly as locations for treatment and rehabilitation. And this despite the fact that it was such a path that could bring profit to local groups, lengthen the health season in the region, and turn the Kherson region into such a SPA resort in Ukraine in the off-season. Continue reading
Church of the Holy Spirit: prayers of Roxolana, appearance of the Virgin and church services in the museum
The Rogatinsky Church of the Holy Spirit in the Carpathian region is one of the oldest in Ukraine. It was built over 500 years ago from oak planks and without a single nail. Since 2013, the Svyatoduhovskaya Church has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Among foreign tourists, the wooden church was most loved by guests from Turkey, because this temple brings them closer to the great Alexandra Anastasia Lisowska. Continue reading