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с. Погоня (Церква)
Ukraine

Одним із центрів духовності нашого краю є Погоня, що розташована недалеко від Тисмениці. Це місце залишає в душі кожного, хто тут побував, незабутні враження, очищує душу і тіло водою із цілющого джерела, що славиться чудодійними властивостями, дає змогу пройти хресну дорогу, звільнитися від тягаря турбот та рутини й повернутися додому щасливим.

Погоня пишається своєю минувшиною, зокрема кількасотлітньою історією Свято-Успенського монастиря, одного із найдавніших монастирів Отців-Василіян на Покутті

http://tsm.if.gov.ua/Pogonia.php

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