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  • Kniazhdvir reserve. One of the largest yew-tree forest in Europe – the same wood  that Lord Voldemort's magic wand was made.



  • Ilya Muromets and Dobrynya Nikitich.




  • It is how St. Nicholas Day looks like in Ukraine.





  • Shubin. The spirit and keeper of coal mines in the beliefs of the Donbass miners.




  • Molfar. Hutsul wizards skilled in natural magic, who are able to disperse clouds with their hands.





  • Mergelev ridge, 5000 years old. The place of power of the ancient tribes. The mysterious remains of sanctuaries, roads and mounds remain there.



  • Tango of Death. During tortures and executions in Janowska concentration camp ,imprisoned camp musicians always have played the same melody.





  • Healing Wellspring. 300 years ago, a blind boy was able to see here.




  • Bears, Lynx and Ural Owls. The decline of the Carpathians' furry and feathered residents can only be prevented by enlarging national park areas.




  • Mavka. Female forest spirit.





  • Parasotsky forest.





  • Oleksa Dovbush. The "Carpathian Robin Hood", hero of local legend and leader of the insurgents – peasants who rose up against the oppression of the feudal lords.





  • Bogdan Khmelnitsky. The most significant Ukrainian hetman had quite unusual hobby – pigeon breeding.





  • Nicholas Miklouho-Maclay. Explorer, ethnologist, anthropologist and biologist.




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