Zacarpattia (Transcarpatia)

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Región histórica en el suroeste de Ucrania, que abarca las cercanías sureñas de los Cárpatos y el vecino bajo de la cuenca del río Tysa. Su multiculturalidad y multietnicidad se reflejan en una gran variedad de tradiciones y fiestas. En Zacarpattia se pueden ver antiguos castillos, casas de turismo ecológico, fincas de caballos, queserías y viñas. También aquí se sitúa el lago montañoso más grande de Ucrania - Synevyr.

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Synevyr

Synevyr is the biggest mountain lake in Ukraine, located high in the mountains in Zakarpattia. It is called the Sea Eye. It really looks like that from the bird’s eye view. Every year it charms more and more people. Watch our video about Synevyr!

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Synevyr Lake

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The Saint Miklós castle

The Saint Miklós is the first castle that got rented out in Ukraine. It was used as a depot and a trash disposal. It was discovered by enthusiasts who cleared it out and began researching its cultural heritage. The castle started its transformation back into a historical monument. In over 10 years it has been visited by thousands of tourists as a venue of international plein-airs and festivals

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Borzhava narrow-gauge railway

Borzhava narrow-gauge railway is one of few 750 millimeters track railways still operating in Ukraine. Its route goes through Vynohradiv-Khmilnyk-Irshava and covers 123 km. The line goes along the river Borzhava that gives its name to the railway. The two-carriage train goes across Vynohradiv farmers' market and takes the passengers around Zakarpattia. The maximum speed is 15 km/hr, which allows you to enjoy the landscapes.

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Khmilnyk

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