Transcarpathia gave Hungary a fountain
Transcarpathia gave Hungary a fountain-sculpture for the Day of St. Stephen, the ZIK reported.
The gift on the occasion of the state holiday - the Day of St. Stephen, which was celebrated on August 20 - was made by Transcarpathian sculptor Mykhailo Kolodko and Vynogradiv philanthropist Yosyp Sheregiy.Thus, the genuine working fountain appeared in the city of Eger.
The fountain-sculpture was set in the heart of the wine capital of Hungary - the valley of charming women Syiposonvold. The preparatory work took several months.
At the opening ceremony, attended by four Hungarian mayors and representatives Vynogradiv district, all eight outlets of the fountain were put in operation.