There is the village of Lubnya in Transcarpathia. Which, although being very close to Europe, attracts attention not with its territorial proximity, but with the pristine beauty of a mountain village in the works of Vladislav Tovtyn:
"Lubnya… A Transcarpathian village 2 kilometers from the border of the European Union. The future tourist gate of the region, because pedestrian crossing to Poland has been considered for almost 20 years. And while Lubnya is not crowded with foreign tourists, you can see here the life of a mountain village, which is as if stuck in the last century. Long wooden houses scattered along the stream, haystacks and a bumpy road leading to Europe…"