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The Ukrainian Language in a Changing World

Slightly over 28 million people worldwide speak Ukrainian, a language that holds a profound historical significance deeply intertwined with the identity and culture of Ukraine. In this article, we delve into the compelling journey of the Ukrainian language, exploring its rich history and examining its remarkable resilience in the face of numerous challenges.

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Beautiful Ukraine


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Berehove is a town with a population of about 23,300 people located in the south-west of Zakarpattia Oblast of Ukraine, about 69 km from Uzhhorod by road, near the border with Hungary.

This town is the main center of Hungarian culture in Ukraine, the Hungarians make up about half of the town’s population (48.1% in 2001). That’s why besides the Ukrainian, the Hungarian language is common here and has the official status of a regional language. Berehove on Google Maps. Photos by: neo7777vitaha.

Berehove - the center of Hungarian culture in the Zakarpattia region, Ukraine, photo 1

take a walk around Berehove

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A Glimpse into Ukrainian Village Life

The allure of Ukrainian village life is like a captivating story that beckons travelers to step away from the urban bustle and embark on a journey back to simplicity and authenticity. In a world where modernity often overshadows tradition, the charm of rural communities has been drawing an increasing number of adventurers seeking respite and connection to age-old ways of living.

Today, we unveil the enchanting appeal of Ukrainian villages, where time seems to move at its own unhurried pace, and every moment is immersed in the cultural tapestry that defines these timeless locales.

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Images by Nadine from Pixabay.


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Lviv, the largest city in Western Ukraine, is a beloved tourist destination. With its rich history, vibrant culture, and welcoming atmosphere, it has something for everyone. Being a witness to various epochs, Lviv offers a unique blend of diverse influences, making it a must-visit for any traveler.

Unlike many typical big cities, this one doesn’t have real money`s best casinos and bustling nightlife. In Lviv, you will find delicious coffee and chocolate, ancient architecture filled with stories, and kind people.

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Best-Known Ukrainian Superstitions

Superstitions are something that you will find in every country and culture, but none more so than where Ukrainians are concerned. In most circumstances, superstitions are derived from ancient traditions, which have then been passed along generations, seeing them remain intact years down the line.

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Since Russia invaded its neighbor almost two months ago, one flag manufacturer in southwest Ohio has seen a significant surge in requests for Ukrainian flags. Orders for Ukrainian flags have soared, according to the owner of National Flag Company, marking the first time he’s seen such enthusiasm for another country’s flag.

People from all around the world are rallying to put an end to the conflict in Ukraine. To that goal, they came up with a variety of ways to express their desire to put an end to the worldwide battle and save innocent people.

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Pyrohiv is a historical territory located on the southern outskirts of Kyiv named after the village of the same name, which has existed here since at least the 17th century.

This place is known primarily for its excellent open-air museum, which is an architectural and landscape complex of all historical and ethnographic regions of Ukraine – the National Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine. Pyrohiv on Google Maps. Photos by: Yuri Yuriev.

Foggy Day at the Museum of Folk Architecture of Ukraine, photo 1

stroll through the fog-shrouded museum




Vyshyvanka Day in Mariupol

The World Vyshyvanka Day is an international holiday celebrated to preserve the original folk traditions of making and wearing vyshyvanka – an embroidered shirt in Ukrainian national costume.

The holiday is held annually on the third Thursday of May. On this day everyone can join the holiday by wearing vyshyvanka for work, a university, a school, or even a kindergarten. May 17, 2018, in Mariupol, the main events of the World Vyshyvanka Day were held in the City Garden. Photos by: Evgeny Sosnovsky.

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very colorful event


Dilove is a village with a population of about 2,500 people located in the Rakhiv district of the Zakarpattia region, 190 km from Uzhhorod and 140 km from Ivano-Frankivsk, 50 km from the border with Romania.

The main attraction of the village is the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin (1750) – a unique monument of folk wooden architecture and a true national cultural treasure. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

Nativity Church in Dilove, Zakarpattia region, Ukraine, photo 1

interesting wooden church

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Polissya is a historical-cultural and physico-geographical region located on the territory of the Polesian Lowland.

It is mainly located in the south of Belarus and the north of Ukraine, but also partially covers the territories of the Lublin Voivodeship of Poland and the Bryansk region of Russia.

Museum of Folk Architecture in Pyrohiv - Polissya, Kyiv, Ukraine, photo 1

folk architecture of Polissya

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