Hutsuly, a sub-ethnic group of Ukrainians who live there, have probably retained more of their original customs, traditions, ways of dressing and talking than people in any other part of Ukraine.Hutsul folk art, folklore, dialect and features of everyday life are immediately recognizable as considerably different from such features that can be observed elsewhere in Ukraine. Located in Putyla, 16 miles from Migovo, Hutsul Hut features free Wi Fi access and free private parking.Views of the mountains, river or garden are featured in certain rooms.The professionalism of cooks and waiters, modern equipment and comfortable rooms guarantee successful holding of weddings and banquets, and talented musicians will add charm to any party.The hall counts 300 seats and is well suited for conferences and seminars.
From 1920 to 1939 parts of Hutsulshchyna were incorporated into the Czechoslovakia, Rumania and Poland.
Living in desolate mountain areas, they preserved their long-time traditions, handicrafts and way of life.
We will visit Hutsul sheep shepherds, who still keep their ancestors’ lifestyle.
Pysanka (Easter egg) as a symbol of birth and embroidered towels, as a symbol of fortune, embody the idea of unification of East and West.
Moreover, the unusual decoration of the hall - Hutsul plate with antique ornament will create a special atmosphere and emphasize the excellent taste of national dishes such as well-known banosh, Hutsul roast meat, veal with Carpathian ceps.