Підзахаричі

Pidzakharychi

 
 

Pidzakharychi (Підзахаричі) is an ethnographically Hutsul village in Bukovyna. It was founded in 1774, and lies on the banks of the Cheremosh River.

The first set of pysanky below were collected in 2017 by Vira Manko, and are exemplars of the traditional designs of this town and region. They show the Hutsul complexity common to the mountainous (Hutsul) areas of Bukovyna, and utilize a variety of traditional motifs and divisions (VM).




The second set is from the collection of the National Museum of Ukrainian Decorative Folk Art in Kyiv, at the Percherska Lavra (Monastery of the Caves) (NMUDFA). This label gave identifying information:






  Putyla Raion        Putyla

 
  Putyla Raion        Putyla



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Підзахаричі