Halychyna (Galicia) is a historical and geographical region of western Ukraine, which also included the territories once inhabited mainly by Ukrainians, Nadsyannia and Lemkivshchyna. There are several interpretations of the territory of Galicia. The name "Halychyna" comes from the city of Halych - the capital of the Principality of Galicia. From the second half of the 13th century, the city of Lviv became the political and cultural center of the region. Galicia had both its own statehood - the Principality of Galicia - and was part of various states. Due to the partial liberalization of national policy in Austria-Hungary after the "Spring of Nations" in 1848, Eastern Galicia became the center of the development of Ukrainian and Polish culture, literature and science, while in the sub-Russian Ukraine a policy of strict assimilation and discrimination of Ukrainian culture was carried out. Because of this, Eastern Galicia received the name "Ukrainian Piedmont".
⚫️ regional centers - Lviv, Ternopil, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Uzhhorod.
⬛️ places of interest - Hoverla, Halych, Pidhoretsky Castle, Olesky Castle.
Oversized t-shirt, loose cut, unisex. The fabric is resistant to fading and loss of shape/color.
Elastic collar, silk screen printing, black color, composition 100% European cotton, 200 g/m2.
S: width 50 cm, back length 66 cm.
M: width 53 cm, back length 68 cm.
L: width 56 cm, back length 70 cm.
XL: width 60 cm, back length 72 cm.