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Mini-sculpture “Celt” in Mukachevo

In ancient times, famous ancient opponents of the Roman Empire lived in Transcarpathia –...

Mini-sculpture of Ferenc rakotsi II in Mukachevo

Mini-sculpture. Hungarian national hero Ferenc Rakoczy IIvstanovili 24.10.2015 rock. Vona became another mini-sculpture of...

Mini-sculpture by Ilona Zrini and Imre Tekeli

May 18, 2016 in Mukachevo the third mini-sculpture was unveiled. It was dedicated to...

Mini-sculpture of yank Derevlyany

Ivan Shchur is a legendary figure in the history of pedestrian transport tourism's in...

Mini-sculpture ” Hanukkah»

Hanukkah is a Jewish festival of lights, a celebration of candles that are lit by Jews all over the world in honor of the miracle that occurred during the consecration of the temple after the victory of the Maccabean army over the army of king Antiochus in 164 BC.according to legend, entering the destroyed, desecrated temple in Jerusalem, the Jews found a small jar of oil, which was enough to maintain the fire for only one day. However, miraculously, the fire in the Golden temple menorah burned for eight days. Exactly as much as was required for the preparation of new, purified and consecrated oil. Since then, the fluttering light of candles, wonderful aromas, and faith in miracles bring a holiday to every Jewish home and remind of the courage and heroism of the ancestors of the Jewish people.

Reise nach Hutsul Paris-Rakhov

Die erste urkundliche Erwähnung der Stadt wird 1447 aufgezeichnet. Seine ersten Bewohner waren wahrscheinlich Bauern aus Galizien und den Ausläufern von Transkarpatien auf der Flucht. Die Bewohner von Rakhov waren zu dieser Zeit hauptsächlich in der Viehzucht und im Holz-und rafting tätig.