YURIY HOYDA Literary Museum

It is a school museum, founded in 1980. Its exposition is displayed in two rooms and houses 265 exhibits. 40 of them are included to the State List of national cultural heritage.

The museum exposition is divided into four sections: history and regional ethnography; childhood and youth of Yuriy Hoyda; creative work of the poet and his heritage.

Yuriy Hoyda (15.03.1919, Znyatsovo — 2.06.1955, Uzhgorod) is a Ukrainian poet of Soviet period. He graduated from the university in Debretsen (Hungary) in 1944. He started publishing his works in 1939. The most known poet's works are: 'People of my Land' (1948), 'Verkhovyna Poem' (1949), 'Sun over the Carpathians' (1951), 'Hungarian Melodies' (1955). Yuriy Hoyda also wrote a lot for children.

The pupils of the school are tour guides around the museum. The museum organizes various exhibitions and meetings.
Working hours:
By arrangement.
Entrance fee and excursions:
Free of charge.
Transcarpathian region
Mukacheve district
Znyatsyovo village
Y. Hoyda St., 2 (school)

Tel.: +38 (095) 546-08-24
How to get:
By public transport
To Mukacheve or Uzhgorod by any train of Uzhgorod direction, then take a bus to Znyatsyovo. The museum is situated in the village centre in the school building.
Detailed information about public transport.

By car
Go along the highway Kyiv–Lviv–Chop (M-06) to Znyatsyovo, then follow the road sign and cover about 1,4 km. The museum is situated in the village centre in the school building.
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