Ethnographic Museum Khata-Grazhda
This historical and architectural monument is mentioned in the land and tax books since 1858. In 1964, during the filming of the film "Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors", this cottage was one of the locations. It stood empty since 1984, but in 1993 it was restored, and the following year a museum was opened here during the First Hutsul World Congress.
This museum has great significance in history, connected with Ivan Franko, who lived here in Zarichchya from 1901 to 1906. Then he moved to the center of the village, next to the house of the village herbalist Prots Mitchuk, who treated him for polyarthritis with the help of medicinal herbs.
The house consists of a three-chambered house, side and rear outbuildings, a perpendicular cage and a fence. The canopies of the fence are quite wide, more than two meters, leaving a narrow strip of the yard. The yard is tiled. The house contains many authentic Hutsul household items. All these elements make the museum a unique object of cultural heritage that deserves attention and protection.