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                  Кінний театр "Запорізькі козаки"
                  Кінний театр "Запорізькі козаки"
                  +380 (67) 619-52-90
                  +380 (61) 701-24-81
                  +380 (61) 213-32-85
                  +380 (67) 611-08-89
                  In the southeastern part of the island in the marsh, located folklore-ethnographic equestrian theater "Zaporozhye Cossacks, carefully keeping the ancient Cossack traditions. By order of large groups of tourists here are held horse shows and folk performances with performances of folk bands and demonstrations of traditional crafts Cossack. After the performance, you can ride horses, as well as purchase souvenirs made before your eyes a blacksmith and potter. Acts on the territory of the cafe "Cossack pledge" (traditional Ukrainian cuisine) with a banquet hall, two kolyba and summer sheds. Near the hangar stores raised in 1999-2007. from the bottom of the river Cossack seagull and brigantine years 1736-39. with which the work of archaeologists and restorers.