Khmelnytskyi ( Ukrainian : Хмельни́цький , pronounced ; Polish : Chmielnicki ) (until 1954, Proskuriv , Ukrainian : Проскурів ; Polish : Płoskirów ) is a city in western part of Ukraine , the administrative center for the Khmelnytskyi Oblast ( region ) and the Khmelnytskyi Raion (district).
Museum of the History of Khmelnytskyi. This small museum is located in the pedestrian zone. The exposition is devoted to the main events from the history of the city. There are about 2,000 exhibits. Proskurivs’ka Street, 30. Khmelnytskyi Regional Art Museum. The museum is housed in a former bank building (1903).
In 2009, Khmelnytskyi city council decided to create a museum studio of photography and, in September 2010, the museum was opened. This is the first and only such exhibition in Ukraine. The museum presents a large number of different models of cameras, lenses, other rare photographic equipment, which have been collected by Konstantin Zhdanov, the director of the museum.
Khmelnytskyi is a city in western part of Ukraine, the administrative center for the Khmelnytskyi Oblast and the Khmelnytskyi Raion. Khmelnytskyi is located in the historic region of Podolia on the banks of the Buh River. The city received its current local government designation in 1941. In 2015, the city's population was 267,973, making it the second largest city of the former, archaic Podolia region after Vinnytsia and the largest city of the western part of the region.
Vichnoyi Slavy Park (Eternal Glory Park), Arsenal'na Metro Station You'll find the monument dedicated to the millions of victims of the Great Famine in 1932 - 1933 in the Eternal Glory Park (Park Vichnoi Slavy) between Lavra and the Monment of Eternal Glory.
Khmelnytskyi Regional Museum of Local Lore. The museum is located in a modern building in the center of the city. In total, there are about 60,000 exhibits including medieval coins and ornaments from the times of Kievan Rus, a large collection of porcelain of the 19th-20th centuries, antique furniture, and utensils.