A small area (but generous in sightseeing), the Ivano-Frankivsk region ( Ukrainian - Ivano-Frankivsk region ) was formed in 1939 after the annexation of these lands to the Ukrainian SSR. The geography of the Ivano-Frankivsk region is here , the history of the Ivano-Frankivsk region is here .
Sights of the Ivano-Frankivsk region
- Bukovel - ski resort of Ukraine №1
- Burkut - in the past Burkut was a mineral water resort
- Vorokhta - an old wooden church
- Galich - Galician castle and other attractions
- Krylos - it was here that the ancient city of Galich was
- Manyavsky Skete
- Monastery - Waterfall Girl's Tears
Natural attractions of Ivano-Frankivsk region
The Carpathian National Nature Park in the upper part of the Prut River Basin, founded in 1980, is the largest (the area of 503.03 km 2 ) nature reserve of the Ukrainian Carpathians. An extremely picturesque and popular path to the foot of the Goverla Mountain (the highest point of Ukraine - 2061 m), located on the border of the region with Transcarpathia, runs from Vorokhta.
According to the Carpathian unwritten tradition, the picturesque cliffs of the region are named after the legendary national hero Oleksa Dovbush. In Ivano-Frakivshchyna, the most famous of the Dovbush rocks are located near the village of Bubnishche and the famous resort town of Yaremche. Pillar rocks are composed of very dense sandstones that formed at the bottom of the sea about 60 million years ago. During the formation of the Carpathians, tectonic processes broke them into large blocks and raised them to their current place, where water, wind and the sun limited this natural phenomenon.
This is not a complete list of attractions of the Ivano-Frankivsk region. To be continued …
2012 Source: large guide Sights of the Ivano-Frankivsk region
Sights of the Ivano-Frankivsk region by region
- Verkhovynsky district
- Galitsky district
- Gorodenkovsky district
- Yaremche - a city of regional subordination, a separate region of the region
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