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Uzhgorod is not only the administrative center of the Transcarpathian region, it is also unusually beautiful and ancient city, the history of which goes to the deep century. There is always a place for tourist excursions and educational travel, because there really is something to see.
The real pride of the town is its ancient castle, which is visible practically from any place of the city. It is located on the hill, in the Eastern part of the town. This castle was built in the 10th-11th century and earlier was the residence of the ancient Russian Prince Laborets. The stronghold was often attacked, was taken in the siege, however, the specific results are not given, because the castle was well strengthened.
Uzhgorod castle changed its master in 173 of the year, when Maria Theresa gave the castle under the leadership of the Mukachiv eparchy. From that time theological Seminary was posted here. Now the Uzhgorod castle is a large Museum of local lore. It is remarkable, that on the territory of the castle you can find an interesting sculpture – Hercules killing Hydra.
Separately, it is worth to mention also the Museum of folk architecture and life of the town that is located close to the fortress. Here you can find a lot of interesting samples of wooden architecture of the region.
Transcarpathian region in miniature - this can be seen only in Vynohradiv district in the Transcarpathian Museum of folk architecture and life. There you can see a Church, a mill and small houses - layouts, like for real.
It is worth to pay attention The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Uzhgorod. It is the Cathedral of the monastery of Jesuits, but was passed to the Greek-Catholics since 1773. Inside you can see the unique Transcarpathian painting.
In the suburbs of Uzhgorod village Horyany there is an interesting structure – Horyanska rotunda, which is an example of the ancient Russian architecture, which has reached our days. The temple building is executed in the form of a hexagon, and visitors can appreciate the beauty of its frescoes.
Former home of the landlords is the Building of the Forest. It is known as the birthplace of Hungarian poet Diendeshy.
Small Lviv railway is also worth to see here in Uzhgorod. It starts from the Theatre square and ends at the city Park. On the route there is the Botanic garden