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"The capital of Hutsul people”

Ivano-Frankivsk reg.

Kolomyya - city, in the south-west of Ukraine, on the Prut River. Documents first mention the city in 1240. It initially grew as a salt-trading town and over time became an administrative centre. In the 19th century Kolomyya was an important site of Ukrainian cultural life in Galicia. It is now a trading centre for the surrounding area, and it has various light industries.

A number of factors (favorable geographical location, concentration of unique natural resources, distinctive Precarpathian flora and fauna, clean environment, considerable number of architectural landmarks belonging to various styles and periods, city reserve zone, preserved cultural traditions, rich artistic life and festival image of the city, rich historical heritage) make this land attractive for tourists. 

You are welcome to Kolomyya!


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