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MUKACHEVO IN TRANSCARPATHIA

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Mukachevo is very compact and beautiful city. Located on the banks of the River Latorycia. Miraculously it looks like the main square, where is City Hall, Theatre, monuments of historical characters. Thanks to the exceptionally favourable geopolitical location, topographical and (at a distance of 40-50 km from the border with Hungary and Slovakia, and 90-100 km from the border with Romania and Poland), Mukachevo is a hub for international routes. […] Main Mukachevo

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CATEGORY OF ARTICLE: Articles, Municipalities April 18, 2013, 09:00

Mukaczewo very compact and beautiful city. Located on the banks of the River Latorycia.

Miraculously it looks like the main square, where is City Hall, Theatre, monuments of historical characters.

Thanks to the exceptionally favourable geopolitical location, topographical and (at a distance of 40-50 km from the border with Hungary and Slovakia, and 90-100 km from the border with Romania and Poland), Mukachevo is a hub for international routes. Railway lines: Moscow-Kiev-Budapest-Belgrade-Rome and Moscow-Kiev-Prague-Bratislava-Vienna Highway Kiev-Budapest-Vienna-Prague and Kiev.

A lot of residential buildings is located on the left bank of the river. Mukachevo is “sekstapolisom”, What does it mean – six cities. This former town Roswyhova, Pidmonastyrya, Palanka, Pidzamcze, Pidhorod and Mukachevo.

Surrounding mountains – Halisz, Lowaczka, Red, Chernecha, Sorocza, Pop, Pawlowa and United. What's interesting, that Red Mountain in the suburbs of Mukachevo – the most northern city in the world, where a few years ago, cultured tea.

 

What you see in Mukachevo

Mukachevo Castle “Palanok” ХIV-XVIII age g. Castle

The castle is situated on top of a volcanic origin at height 68 m, occupies an area of 13 930 km kw.. Is one of the most valuable historical and architectural monuments of military of Transcarpathia the 14th-17th century. The name comes from the częstokółu oak Palanok, which together with deep ditches do reach Castle. I just częstokół in these times call “palankiem”. 


Female monastery Śwętomykolaiwski monastery (1360-1806),- ul. North America 2.


The Gothic Chapel of St.. Martina (XVI) — ul. Myru , 51.


Mięski 20th century town hall. -en. Myru, 1


Historical Museum of MukachevoFourteenth century: ul. Myru, 51 (the territory of the Castle).

In Mukachevo is Street, all planted sakurą. In addition to aesthetic satisfaction here you can also get satisfaction rants: There are many restaurants, places where you can eat well.




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