Podillia is a historical region in the central-western part of Ukraine bordering Moldova. The region's name refers to the valley between the Pivdennyi Buh and Dnister rivers. This forest-steppe region is dotted with low mountains, many ravines, and river canyons. Podillia brings together beautiful natural and historical sights. These are landmarks of masonry architecture (castles, palaces, and churches), the flooded village of Bakota, and the city peninsula of Zalishchyky, which was once famous as a climatic resort. The largest cities of the region are Vinnytsia and Khmelnytskyi.
In the town of Sharhorod, a transformation of old sugar refinery into art-residence is taking place next to historic landmarks. Have a look at Sharhorod from a different angle.