On the May 16th, 2009 the Rector of Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University S.V. Melnychuk signed an agreement on the implementation of 24-month integrated project – “Historical and ethnographic heritage - a component of sustainable tourism development in Bukovina”. It is implemented in the framework of the Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova 2007-2013, funded by the European Union. This project foresees the preservation of historical and cultural heritage of the Chernivtsi region and Suceava county, by forming a register of the objects included in the historical and ethnographic heritage, creating a basis for effective communication between border residents who are united by a common historical heritage, improvement tourist image of border areas through promotion and advertising companies of project activities, additional investments in infrastructure, which will be achieved as a result of the formation and promotion of new tourist routes and increased employment on both sides of the Ukrainian-Romanian border, by the need to service a larger number of international and domestic tourists. The project is implemented in 24 months on the basis of Bukovina information and communication center of historical and ethnographic tourism in Chernivtsi city and its Regional Office in Suceava.
Final press-conference on the occasion of finishing of the project “Historical and ethnographic heritage as a part of sustainable development of tourism in Bukovyna» (HERITAGE) MIS-ETC Code 829 took place at Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University today.
Third cycle of trainings on "Historical and ethnographic museum exhibitions, holidays and festivals, as a factor of ethnic tourism in Bukovyna" is over (3 - 5 December 2015).
December 4, 2015 Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University held the official opening of the Museum of Ethnography and Ancient History, pursuing the aim of submitting the general audience the historical peculiarities of our region, characteristics of life, national costumes and handicrafts.
On the 24th of October the Tea festival took place in the picturesque Carpathian corner of Bukovina on the Central Square of Vyzhnytsia. There were presented numerous aromatic and tonic herbal teas with Carpathian plants according to ancient recipes of this area, which were found by the students of 24 schools of this district.
The first Saturday of October has traditionally been the landmark date for all residents and visitors of Chernivtsi. This year, residents of Chernivtsi celebrated the City Day on October 5, but the celebration was assigned to be at the first weekend of October that is on October 5-6...
During the dates of 13-14th of July 2013 in Chernivtsi took place a two-day festival, which brought together young and older generation with its diversity and harmony in a sole