A large-scale festival "Slyusarovskie hayivky" took place in Savransk
On April 30, a large-scale festival of Ukrainian traditions "Slyusarivsky Hayivka" took place in the village of Slyusarevo, Savranskyi District, within the framework of the tourist concept "Four Seasons".
Amid the picturesque landscape of the festival guests enjoyed performances by folk groups, participated in master classes, ate local food, visited the fair election of local artists and craftsmen. A special atmosphere during the festival was created by popular amateur groups.
Colossal emotions, positive energy and good spring mood were received by everyone who attended the festive event. The guests of the festival were also Oleksandr Khapatnyukovsky, chairman of the Savran district council and Oksana Orel, chairman of the Shyryayiv district state administration.
During the years of the spring festival, during which there is a passage of tourist routes, on the territory of the Savransky land managed to attract hundreds of tourists, as well as identify new places for recreation. The interest of tourists in such events is increasing, as the value of the identity of the local population increases.
Recall, on the initiative of Deputy Head of Regional State Administration Vitaliy Svichynskoho, at that time head Savranskaya District Administration, 2016 in Savransky area established strategic long tour concept "Four Seasons": winter - "Residence of St. Nicholas," Spring - "Slyusarivski Hayivka" , summer - "The Feast of Ivan Kupala", autumn - "Protection of the Heroes".
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