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                  Історико-культурний комплекс "Запорізька Січ"
                  Історико-культурний комплекс "Запорізька Січ"
                  +380 (612) 52-73-17
                  Historical and Cultural Complex Zaporozhye on the island Khortytsya is a reconstruction of an old Cossack fortress XVI-XVIII centuries. Sich - impalement (spotted) strengthening - are military and political center of the Zaporizhzhya Cossacks, the capital of the Cossack lands. Khortytsya Island in those days was a strategic point on the way the raids of the Tatars on the Ukrainian lands, and the political influence of Poland, which controlled if a large part of Ukraine, was minimal here. The appearance of camp associated with the name D. Vishnevetzkogo (legendary Baida), which is in the 1 st floor. XVI century. founded the first castle on the island of Khortytsya Malaya (now Island - Bayda). Later, in various places in the Dnieper rapids there, one after another, 8 castles, united by a common concept of Zaporozhye Sech as Cossack capital. Strengthening national and religious oppression in the Commonwealth of concentration. XVI century. turned the camp into the center of the liberation struggle of Ukrainian people led by B. Khmelnitsky. At the end. XVIII century. Zaporozhye Cossacks harassed by the Russian government, and in 1775 Zaporizhzhya Sich was destroyed. Reconstruction began in 2005 Reduced copy of a Cossack fortress surrounded by a moat, rampart and wooden palisade with several towers. In the center is a church, it is surrounded by offices and outbuildings, as well as residential buildings (smoking). Despite the fact that some objects are so far about not commissioned, in 2009 the official opening of the complex, there are guided tours.