A museum at a bus stop: in the Vinnytsia region, an ordinary bus stop has been turned into an attraction

The author did everything for several hundred local residents.

In the Vinnytsia region, a peasant transformed a bus stop into a museum. Under the open sky, the man placed a whole exposition. In the collection of old household items: various old things, irons, teapots, as well as paintings.

The sculptor Viktor Stukan turned an ordinary bus stop into a local attraction. He did this in the village of Maly Mytnyk near Khmelnyk. No fence, entrance tickets or guides... The author did everything for several hundred local residents.

"When this stop was built, I thought that something was missing. Brought the first part and hooked it up. Then the second, third, fifth, and people started bringing. And that's how the open-air museum was created," says Viktor Stukan.

The idea of ​​reformation of the stop was carried out by the man for several years. Initially, he organized a bench, then began to demolish old things - on the walls he hung a samovar, plaster paintings, an iron that worked on coal. Next, there were icons, embroidered towels.

The local residents did not stand aside and began to demolish old things from their attics, including even a font that is more than 120 years old.

People do not plan to invite tourists, because they did all this for themselves in the first place. A swing for children was also installed near the stop.


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