Within the framework of the All-Ukrainian cultural and artistic project "Art of one village", an exhibition of folk art of the Rogizka village of Vinnytsia region has opened in Kyiv. This is reported by Vechirniy.Kyiv. The history of this picturesque village begins in the 17th century. According to legend, a small settlement was founded by the Cossacks after the destruction of Zaporizhian Sich in 1775.
At the exhibition you can see ancient arts and crafts such as icons, woven towels, tablecloths, carpets, women's clothing, wedding attributes, works by local craftsmen of various kinds of folk art and more.
The village of Rogizka in the 18th century was called Roguzka-Bershadska. In the main historical source of the history of the 18th-century, the Register of Uniate Churches of the Bratslav Voivodeship, it was noted: "In 1767 the "godless Saracens "(so our ancestors called the Crimean Tatars) burned down the temple in the village. But in 1777 the inhabitants rebuilt it. A high old bell tower with four small bells stood on the columns of the boards.”
Date: until 15 November 2019.
Address: National Museum of Literature of Ukraine, Bohdan Khmelnytsky str., 11, Kyiv.