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                  Курганна група "Вибла могила"
                  Курганна група "Вибла могила"
                  Tract Vybla Tomb is the remains of the great Scythian burial mound that was destroyed in the XVI - XVIII centuries, when nitrate mining. Vybla Tomb is the highest place in the district at a distance of 30-40 km (132 m above sea level), which is well traced Valley Nedra, Trubizh and the Dnieper. At the Cape in the past was uncovered two Paleolithic sites are certainly related to a cultural and chronological range. Three sites in one Cape claim enables the attractiveness of the place for original bands. In 1845 Taras Shevchenko, working in Ad-hoc Committee visited here and wrote in "Archaeological notes:" Meanwhile, mestechkamy Berezanyu Yagotin and 15 versts from Pereiaslav a huge earthen drevnee ukreplenye. Yes, this is no ordinary grave (also called mounds), and still a fortress. Taras Shevchenko wrote a legend that shows the deep historical and artistic memory of our ancestors. That's what Shevchenko wrote: "Predanye say that such an something princess Pereyaslavskaya blast furnace zaschyschalas here from enemy (Unknown here than what) and bыla ymy pobezhdena and ukreplenye razrusheno, and why nazыvaetsya Vыbloe, ie Vыbыloe, ostavlennoe"
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