Ukraine has always been famous for its culture, traditions and symbolism. Despite all the prohibitions of the Ukrainian, Ukrainian culture nevertheless managed to win its place among others, and we Ukrainians retained their ethnic ties.
Unfortunately, today Ukrainians do not know much about their ethnicity. Firstly, they themselves are not very interested in their history, secondly, today there are not many museums, sources that have such a concept, and allowed to learn more about the ethnic group. One of these little-known museums can be called - Pisarevsky ethnographic museum under the open sky "Ukrainian settlement", which is located in the village of Pisarevka, Kharkiv region.
The museum itself was founded in 1989, the year of the dawn of the museum can be called the year 1991, since all the exhibits were delivered exactly that year during the collapse of the Soviet Union. Since that time, the exhibits: the mill, the peasant hut, the pantry of the Ukrainian house have not experienced restoration. Therefore, one feels the spirit of the Ukrainian culture, the ancient atmosphere, and is transported as if back in the 20th century. There is also a wooden church nearby, by the way, there are only three of them in Ukraine, and one of them is located in the village of Pisarevka, but the church has undergone restoration, since it burned down almost completely in 1995. In 2017, the museum won the large-scale project "One-off Future," says the museum director. Therefore, they planned to resume the work of the mill, as well as to perfect the Ukrainian House.
Therefore, come and enrich yourself with Ukrainian culture and spirituality, more history of the museum and the very village of Pisarevka awaits you at the Kharkov region, Zolochinsky district, p. Pisarevka.