« 2017. #1 (133)

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2017, 1 (133), 129–135

UDK 39:634(477.86)



Received 16.01.2017


Taras Yaroslav Mykolaiovych, Head of Department, Professor, Doctor of Science, Doctor of Architecture, laureate of the State Prize of Ukraine in the field of architecture.

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Abstract. The traditional gardening and winegrowing of Pokuttia from ancient times until nowadays are highlighted; factors, which had influence on its spreading are presented; separate gardens about manners, castles, priest residences, are characterized; local denominations of trees are determined; traditional beliefs and customs, which were used for trees protection and ways of fruits preservation are under consideration.

Keywords: Pokuttia, Horodenkivshchyna, Kolomyishchyna, Tovmachchyna, Sniatynshchyna, agriculture, gardening, winegrowin


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