We are in Ukraine, in the region of Lviv (Leopoli), a land of amazing natural landscapes, culture and traditions. Lviv is an ancient city, it belongs to the UNESCO Heritage and there are many characteristic villages in its surroundings where the ancients traditions of Galizia are kept. The Carpathian Mountains stand out there, it is a true paradise for the lovers of the mountains. First you must visit the "Skolevski National Park, a protected area of more than 35 thousand hectares on the Eastern Carpathian Mountains that feature many interesting attractions. Starting with Maidan, a village in the district of Drohobych followed by the forest of Maydan where there are 33 buffalos that live “in the wild”. The highest peak is Paraska - 1.268 metres of altitude, you can turn your eyes towards all the Carpathian Mountains. The Gurkalo waterfall is very peculiar, it is separated by a rocky edge that makes two streams that are 5 metres high. The State Historical Cultural Reserve of "Tustan" deserves to be seen and the Medieval fortress-city of Tustan is an unmissable destination too since its remains are in the heart of the Carpathian mountains.
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