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Trypilske Kolo fest

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June 28, 2012, 7:31 p.m. | None — by Kyiv Post

The fifth Ukrainian ethnic music festival Trypilske Kolo takes place on a picturesque field near Rzhyshchiv, a town south of Kyiv next to the Dnipro River in the cradle of ancient Tripillya culture on June 28 – July 1.
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The fifth Ukrainian ethnic music festival Trypilske Kolo takes place on a picturesque field near Rzhyshchiv, a town south of Kyiv next to the Dnipro River in the cradle of ancient Tripillya culture on June 28 – July 1.

The festival targets children and adults, music and crafts lovers, and whoever is partial to all things ethnic and the idea of reconnecting with nature and your roots.

The festival’s master-classes will teach you to make things like traditional dolls. You will be able to get a henna tattoo, a vyshyvanka (a Ukrianian embroidered shirt) or beautiful handmade jewelry presented by craftsmen from all over Ukraine and neighboring countries.

Needless to say, you will be able to listen to music bands from Ukraine, Poland and Belarus on two open air stages or just enjoy the magic atmosphere of ancient Trypillya.

Trypilske Kolo (ethnic-music festival). June 28 – July 1. Rzhyshchiv. Hr 200 for three days, Hr 150 for two days.

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