Korsun-Shevchenkovsky State Historical and Cultural Reserve is a cross-cultural tourist site that was created in 1994 to protect the monuments of nature, history and culture of the region. The total area of ​​the reserve is more than 100 hectare.

Among more than 58000 monuments of the Korsun-Shevchenko Reserve there are objects that are the cultural heritage of the people, most of them are devoted to the history of the Second World War in the Cherkasy region and local history subjects.

Particularly attractive for tourists is the estate of the Lopukhin-Demidov princes with a landscaped park - a monument of landscape art of the 18th century.

The collection of documents and notes of the Ukrainian writer Ivan Nechuya-Levitsky in the museum dedicated to him is striking.

The Art Gallery is also part of the reserve, with over 500 works of painting, graphics and sculpture.

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