Every year, this festival brings together over 5000 visitors. Visitors and participants of all ages reenact folk rituals, games, taste ethnic dishes and attend workshops on traditional crafts and handicrafts. A competent panel of judges monitors the authenticity of all items presented in the festival.
The event doesn’t stop even late at night – after the ritual games are over and the Kupala bonfires die down, the echoes of songs shared by all the attendees can be heard until the wee hours of the morning.
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