Kniazhdvir reserve. One of the largest yew-tree forest in Europe – the same wood  that Lord Voldemort's magic wand was made.



Ilya Muromets and Dobrynya Nikitich.




It is how St. Nicholas Day looks like in Ukraine.





Shubin. The spirit and keeper of coal mines in the beliefs of the Donbass miners.




Molfar. Hutsul wizards skilled in natural magic, who are able to disperse clouds with their hands.





Mergelev ridge, 5000 years old. The place of power of the ancient tribes. The mysterious remains of sanctuaries, roads and mounds remain there.



Tango of Death. During tortures and executions in Janowska concentration camp ,imprisoned camp musicians always have played the same melody.





Healing Wellspring. 300 years ago, a blind boy was able to see here.




Bears, Lynx and Ural Owls. The decline of the Carpathians' furry and feathered residents can only be prevented by enlarging national park areas.




Mavka. Female forest spirit.





Parasotsky forest.





Oleksa Dovbush. The "Carpathian Robin Hood", hero of local legend and leader of the insurgents – peasants who rose up against the oppression of the feudal lords.





Bogdan Khmelnitsky. The most significant Ukrainian hetman had quite unusual hobby – pigeon breeding.





Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay. Explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist.




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