The seventh wonder of Ukraine: Where you can see from the 6,000 Easter eggs from around the world

The Pysanka Museum in Ivano-Frankivsk region.Museum of Easter eggs appeared in the city of Kolomyia Ivano-Frankivsk region in 2000 and, thanks to its unique architecture and fascinating collection has become the center of attraction for tourists. Of course, everyone wants to take a picture near the giant egg, with a height of 13,5 meters and a diameter of 10 meters. And inside to visitors a unique collection of 6,000 Easter eggs from different regions of Ukraine, and another from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Belarus, Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden, USA, Canada, France, and India.This Museum became the visiting card of the Ukrainian town of Kolomyia. The unique architecture of this Museum is not only that the building in the shape of an egg of enormous size. The premise of the Museum is a fully colored glass with stained glass with a total area of 600 square meters and finish in a three-dimensional space. Huge composition of marble — the mother with the baby inside Eisav the Museum’s three floors. The top is painted with stars and the Sun, the lower the maternal womb, which has a huge composition of marble — the mother with the baby inside the egg.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma. Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanka – the so-called chicken or goose egg, which is painted with wax and natural materials with special technology. This tradition in the Hutsul region for many centuries and is a unique heritage of miniature painting where you saved the ornamentation of the pagan symbols. Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Among the exhibits there is a special collection of Easter eggs signed the honorary visitors of the Museum: artists, politicians, diplomats. Such Easter eggs are already more than 70. And on 26 June 2007, the Museum has replenished with one more exhibit – a Easter egg signed by the Archduke and crown Prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the International President of the pan-European Union, Otto von Habsburg, who visited the Carpathian mountains.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.Pysanky from the collection of the Museum in Coloma.And the Easter egg is a symbol of peace, world order and rebirth, a symbol of spring, life, love. And all this – in the patterns of Easter eggs. Whore these originated in pre-Christian times, when people revered nature, staying under her power. In the depths of the centuries, our ancestors celebrated the great spring holiday of nature awakening after a long winter sleep, the victory of good over evil, of light and warmth over darkness.wywywywykouznetskiyPhotos Svetlana Manukyan
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