On the Corner Guesthouse

47a Het'mans'ka Street, Kolomiya, 78200, Ukraine | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Kolomiya

2 Pearls of the Hutsul region

A travel blog entry by ontheroa


Kolomiya is a gateway to the Carpathians. It is believed that the city was founded in the 4th century. In olden times the city was famous as a commercial and military center. There are 12 famous architectural monuments. Among them: the Church of the Savior (1587), the bell tower
of two layers (18-th cent), the Greek Catholic Church of Saint …

Three days in Kolomyya (or Corrupt-o-myya)

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad


Ok everyone, we are talking to the travelpod people and are trying to fix the upside-down photo issue. We were sad to leave G-ev,and all the "G"'s and cheeks, but then Ivan and Vlad have been sad about leaving everywhere on this trip. Little did we know the standard was about to slip drastically. We had a 12 hour train trip ahead of us, so we had to get supplies. Whilst out getting those supplies Ivan and Vlad found new drinking hats. So ...


A travel blog entry by fehmersfamily


We stayed in Odessa for a few nights, in a hostel called Antony's Home in the middle of the city.That was a very good hostel, and while walking down town we ran into our German friends from Yalta. Emma has very long dread locks and she knows how to make them and now Hanneke has two cool dreadlocks!!! In Odessa they have very nice buildings, the architecture is beautiful, it reminds my mum of Paris. We also walked on the Potemkin stairs, one of the most famous scenes ...


A travel blog entry by kangourou1


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La petite ville de Kolomya semble tout droit sorti d-un tableau, restauré dans les années 2000, elle rappelle aujourd'hui les stations thermales autrichiennes et possède deux bons musées , dignes d'intérêt : le musée ...

Oleksa Dovboush

A travel blog entry by kangourou1


... As its similar to Sherwood Forest, Dovboush was the rich merchant, noble and travellers to given to the poors. his case, the Ruthenian peasants and poor living...Born in 1700 near Kolomya, he joined a band of Ospryshki, robbers, which he took the head later. Number of other bandits were operating in the region, but the generosity of Dovboush to the people of the mountains made him enter into the legend.

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