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Rokyniv Museum of the History of Agriculture of Volyn – Skansen

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Was opened in 1979. Its founder Olexandr Mykolyevich Serediuk – was a famous historian and publicist. During many years he gathered relics of Volyn’s past, that became a unique attainment. The exposition, placed in 8 halls of the museum tells a story of villages in Volyn, improvements in agriculture in different periods, nature and ecology of the oblast. Currently, in the outdoor exposition there are monuments of ancient residential, commercial and homestead wooden construction: windmill, two-part house, barn, sauna, cellar, dust house (1875), etc. Rokyniv Museum-skansen offers a wide range of museum services for visitors. That includes, of course, reviewing of the expositions, tours, horse riding, (horseback as well as carting). Here you can practice with ancient tools, taste dishes of Ukrainian cuisine, traditional lunch of Cossacks in the dusty house, sleep in the fragrant hay, swim in the pond.  A school of “Cossack hardening” was established on the basis of the museum, where  the psychophysical training program of soldiers of the Zaporozhian Sich is carried out

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Volyn oblast, Lutsk district, urban village Rokyni, Shkilna 1 st. (12 kilometers from Lutsk)
50.8314344, 25.2583945
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
Church of St. Basil (XIII-XIV centuries)
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
Assumption Cathedral (1156-1160)
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
Cathedral of the Nativity of Christ XVIII century.
Memorial complex
Memorial Complex “Victims of Fascism”
Friday gate
Architectural buildings
Basilian pharmacy building
Architectural buildings
The building of the Torah-Talmud school (XIX century)
Architectural buildings
Volodymyr-Volynskyi Historical Museum
Interesting places
The building of the military commissariat
Architectural buildings
The building of the men’s gymnasium (red school)
Architectural buildings
Capuchin walls
Historical monument
Earth shafts
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