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Chervonograd is a ghost town located in Ternopil region, near the village of Nyrkiv, in Zalischyky district. Today, the only preserved buildings are the remains of the palace of the 17th century and the Catholic church of the 18th century.

In the early 1940s, the township population was about 500 people. After the Second World War, it was not restored and disappeared from maps.

Chervonograd palace remains, Ternopil region, Ukraine, photo 1

explore the ruins


Zalishchyky is a small resort town with a population of less than 10 thousand people located in a picturesque valley on the left bank of the Dniester River. It looks like that the Dniester River dances around this unique town situated in the south of Ternopil region.

It may even seem that just a little more and the river is going to strangle the town. Due to the high banks of the Dniester River, Zalishchyky has a climate close to the Mediterranean climate. Zalishchyky on Google Maps. The photos were taken by Igor Melika.

Zalishchyky resort town, Ternopil region, Ukraine, photo 1

fairytale town


Koropets, a small town located in Monastirsky district of Ternopil region, is known for the elegant palace of Count Stanislav Badeni built in the early 19th century.

Originally, the building was designed in classic style. In 1906, Count Stanislav Badeni rebuilt an old palace in the style of Viennese Renaissance.

Badeni palace, Koropets, Ukraine, photo 1

beautiful palace


Ukraine never ceases to amaze with its diversity. This scenic nine-arch railroad bridge is located in the village Plebanovka (Terebovlyansky district of Ternopil region). Photo by horoshiyblog

Nine-arch railroad bridge in the Ukrainian province


“Mlynki” is a horizontal gypsum cave of labyrinth type. It is located in Ternopil oblast (Chortkiv district, Zalissya village) and is one of the most beautiful gypsum caves in Ukraine. The total length of the passages is about 45 km.

The temperature in the cave in summer and winter is always a constant of about 9-12 degrees Celsius. The average depth from the surface is 30-60 meters and 300 meters above sea level.

Gorgeous underground universe of Mlynki cave, Ukraine view 1



Let’s have a look at nice sceneries of provincial life in Khmelnitsky and Ternopil oblasts taken by horoshiyblog.

Ukrainian province view 1


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