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The ancient Slavic cave temple arose in the first century AD. It was created in a natural fissure. In 1824, local landowner Romuald Ovsyanyi found rock paintings here. He built a covered veranda and held literary evenings. Rains and winds damaged the local monument quite badly, so it is difficult for archaeologists to establish the age of the temple.

The temple complex consists of three cave-like rooms. Two of them were formed naturally, and the "cell" was created by people. Nearby is the largest park of stone sculptures in Europe.

Vinnytsia region, Yampil district, village Bushа


A complex of shafts having the correct relief shape. From a bird's eye view, it resembles a crab. In the center of the structure there is an embankment circle, in the middle of which three entrances lead, and long undulating ramparts on the outer border of the circle. They date it to the second millennium BC.

Scientists assume that the steppe square is an ancient temple-observatory. There is also a version that this is the oldest structure preserved on our planet.

Dnipropetrovsk region, Pavlograd district


The tract consists of large boulders located on an area of ​​15 hectares of forest. It is considered one of the most mysterious places in Ukraine. There are many legends associated with this area.

If you look closely, you can see that many stones look like village houses. Among them there are those that resemble a school and even a church. The most popular among tourists is a stone with "footprints of God" to which a ladder is attached. According to belief, this "trace" gives pilgrims health and the fulfillment of wishes.

Zhytomyr region, Olevsky district


A natural formation that is a world monument of ancient culture. The hill is 12 meters high and covers an area of ​​1.6 hectares. About 3,000 slabs are placed on this territory.

Gods were worshiped and pagan rites were performed on the hill. Several thousand unique ancient rock images - petroglyphs - have been preserved here.

Zaporizhzhia region, Melitopol district


The waterfall is located on the Manyavka River, in a picturesque gorge. The height of the water fall is about 20 meters, it is one of the highest waterfalls of the Ukrainian Carpathians.

There is a small lake at the foot of the Manyava waterfall. Legends claim that the water in this lake has the healing ability to rejuvenate the human body.

Ivano-Frankivsk region, Bogorodchansky district