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In the second month of summer, the Lviv region will be full of festivals.
This was reported by the press service of the regional state administration.
"Throughout July, six large-scale festivals will be held in Lviv region. In particular, the Ivana Kupala in ancient Udeche ethnofest. It will unite tall vatru, performances of famous groups, ethnic fun in the frame of magical Kupala night and stormy waves of Stry. Each participant of the festival will be able to plunge into the magic of "ancient Udecha," - said in a statement.
Thus, the International Festival of Young Performers of Modern Ukrainian Song "Young Galicia-2019" will be held on July 7 in the city of Novoyavorovsk. Talents from more than 10 countries will arrive at this unique and oldest Ukrainian song forum.
And on July 7, the traditional ethnic festival Yavorivska Bavnytsia will start on July 7 at the Yavorovsky National Nature Park on the territory of the entertainment center Vereshchytsya.
The program of the festival includes performances by folk groups of Yavoriv, master classes, the exhibition "Yavorivska Bavnytsia", songs by the fire.
The international folklore ethnic festival of three cultures "Belzka Brama" will begin on July 14 in the city of Belz - on the border with Poland. Its main goal is the mutual enrichment and popularization of Ukrainian, Polish and Jewish cultures, whose representatives have lived peacefully in this border town for centuries.
Feel the taste of the colorful Galician cuisine, try dishes according to authentic recipes of housewives, are invited to Radekhov to the "Kitchen RadoFest". The organizers promise tasting "dishes of the year" and a fair of sweets.
The international festival of Ukrainian glory "Kulchitsy-Fest" will unfold on June 28 in the village of Kulchitsy, Samborsky District.
Here, in the homeland of three Cossack hetmans - Peter Sagaidachny, Mark Zhmaila, Pavel Pavlyuk (Buta) and the hero of the defense of Vienna Yuri Kulchitsky, guests will be offered historical reenactments, master classes, contests and concerts.
“Everyone in his own place does the work on which the success of the country depends. And such festivals, imbued with the spirit of culture and history, teach us and our children patriotism and pride in their land, their people, learn to unite around the Ukrainian idea, with which we will win” , - said Miroslava Turkalo, Director of the Department of Culture, Nationalities and Religions of the Lviv Regional State Administration.