UKRAINIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE VILLAGE, ALBERTA, CANADA

Photographed June 26, 2010

In the early 1900s, a large number of Ukrainian immigrants homesteaded in east-central Alberta.

This open-air museum, located about 50 km east of Edmonton, is comprised of pioneer-era buildings moved here from surrounding farm communities. Ukrainian-speaking re-enactors tend to businesses, livestock, households and gardens. There are dozens of buildings on the site. This is just a small sampling taken during an afternoon visit.

All panoramas are now included in a single tour.

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St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church


Grain Elevator


Townsite


Farm house front room


Blacksmith shop


Farm site and hen house


Pig Sty

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