Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress)

12295

Coordinates: 48.3330023, 28.1192493
Type of place: Scenic Nature, Monuments\Sights, Unique places, Parks
Entrance: Free
Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress) Historical and Cultural Reserve Busha (Sculpture Park and the remains of the fortress)
Busha is the important in historical meaning Ukrainian village that is located in Vinnitsa region. It became famous due to battles held by Bohdan Khmelnytskyi in 1648-1654, poems written by Lesia Ukrainka, where it was mentioned as a place with beautiful landscapes that attract lots of tourists till now. Since 17th century it was known as a big city of Bratslavshchyna with castles and various towers and this magical atmosphere of liberation wars still remains in Busha.
 
Another thing that makes Busha interesting place to visit is a 130 year old house with a ethnographic museum inside. It was opened in 2004 and represents everyday life of Busha residents in the 20th century. Here visitors may explore Ukrainian traditions of that region in a deeper way and feel the spirit of Cossacks period.
 
But the pearl of this village is the historical and cultural reverse with the remain of fortress of 17th century that used to be the protection of the city at that period of time. It was built by Hetman Zamoiskyi in 16th century according to the Hiiom De Boplan’s project and bordered with Polish-Lithuanian State and Murafa and Bushanka rivers. The castle consisted of 7 towers and the highest one was about 40 meters. According to its historical and cultural value it hadn’t ceded the castle in Kam`ianets Podilskyi. What’s great, lots of the towers are still safe to visit.
 
Also this castle is considered to be kind of memorial of Ukrainian Cossack's that were killed there by Polish military offices. As the historians say, battles didn’t lead to any result, so the castle was exploded and lots of people died there. Then, in 19th century those towers that were in normal condition started to be used as campaniles. And nowadays the whole territory is guarded by the state of Ukraine.
 
From time to time there are some fun fairs organized in this area that highlight Tripoli culture and modern Ukrainian art in order to make this place even more popular among tourists and acquaint visitors with this region of Ukraine. Summing up, it is the great place for the bright and memorable weekend, so if you got interested in visiting this cultural reserve.
 
Translated by: Yelyzaveta Kravchenko
Kravchenko Yelyzaveta
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