The sealings aren't very high in this historical homes. Some had an amazing blue color, they told me they made this blue paint with natural plants, i think it was this blueberry they used..
legendes from Carpathia
This fortress is re-established many times. The castle as it stands today has a 16th century facade. In the 11-13th centuries Uzhhorod was under Hungarian rule.
In 1648 a thousand-man detachment of Kozaks arrived, escorting the emissary of Khmelnytsky to the Transylvanian King Rakoci.
At the end of 17th.century Uzhgorod had around ten streets and was on the right bank of Uzh River.
1919 Uzhgorod became the center of Transcarpathian Russ, under the rule of Czechoslovakia. In the fall of 1938, the capital of Carpathian Ukraine, and in 1949, the center of the Transcarpathian region of the Ukrainian SSR. Nowadays Uzhgorod has about 120.000 inhabitants
Subcarpathian Rus' Museum of Folk Architecture and Customs
a museum with houses from the 19th-20th century.
we didnt spend enough time here i would have liked to walk around all day and see every detail but time was limited so we just entered a few homes and i talked with 2 ladies about shoes and clothings from that time.
Sure a must see activity!
Some real good info u can find in the Kiyv Post:
By Alla Vetrovcova, Kyiv Post Staff Writer
Daniel MacIsaac, Kyiv Post Staff Writer
Sep 4, 2003 04:35
for children is 0,50 grivna = 0,12 eurocent
For adults 3,00 grivna = 0,50 eurocent
(1 euro= about 6,30 grivna, it changes every day)
A guided tour is possible for a very small amount