The Dolyna Regional Museum of Tetyana & Omelan Antonovych

Boykivschyna

 The Dolyna Regional Museum of Tetyana & Omelan Antonovych

Boykivschyna

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The museum consists of six main rooms:

In the Antonovych family room photographs are exhibited about the life of famous patrons, the collection of personal items and souvenirs of the Antonovych family and matchbooks from around the world; the Nature room reflect the greatness and beauty of flora and fauna of the Carpathians; there is a life size “Boyky” house and the room of Sacred Art. This room shows the lives of Dolyna people have been closely associated with Christianity for centuries. In 1550-ies there were three churches and a respected iconpainting school. The collection of ancient icons from Dolyna region (over 120 pieces) are stored in the Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum in Lviv. Copies of many of these icons are stored in the department of sacred sites in Dolyna Boykivschyna Museum.