Ukrainian kerchieves are exposed in Kohtla-Järve, Estonia


Kerchieves of the 19th century, rushnyks (Ukrainian ritual towels), vyshyvankas (embroidered shirts), photographies featuring national costumes in different regions of Ukraine are shown at the Museum of shale in the Estonian town of Kohtla-Järve.

The exposition was initiated by the local Ukrainian community 'Two Colors'.

The heart of the exhibition is a collection of Tetiana Ivushkina, head of the Ukrainian community.


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