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Stina ("Стіна" in Ukrainian, "Стена" in Russian, which means "Wall") is a village in Ukraine located in Vinnytska Oblast, 110km from the city of Vinnytsia.

The church of Stina named after Saint Mikolai "Церква Св'ятого Миколая"


The village is situated in the deep Valley of the Rusava river which gives it a special climate and a peaceful, retired atmosphere. First mention of its name dates back to 1550. In 2001, there were 1033 inhabitants.

Get in[edit]

One bus goes straight to Stina from Vinnystia (central avto vokzal).

Otherwise you can go from Hnatkiv (Гнатків) which is 7 km away. The local tourism committee from Stina can fetch you and take you to the village or, if you like hitchhiking, you can walk to the village and enjoy the wonderful landscape and panorama upon the valley where Stina lays.

Get around[edit]


  • The church and its ancient cemetery
The old cemetery of Stina
Stina entrance sign "Welcome to Stina"
View upon village and church
  • Traditional houses
A colorful house in Stina
  • The river
  • The museum of history of the village where you can see traditional clothes, ancient tools of daily life, weapons and gears from the war
  • Museum of traditional embroidery
  • House of culture
  • Memorial of 2nd WW
  • Eco-Center Stina
  • "Alive Picture" of the "Image Mapping" project
  • Caves and adits of sandstone mineries







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