Day of Embroidery in Uzhgorod - what do they wear? (PHOTOS)  21 May 2015 11:35  102299433 0100433
Day of Embroidery in Uzhgorod - what do they wear? (PHOTOS)

Since early morning, social network pages of Uzhgorod residents are full of the most beautiful clothes in the world - embroidery.

Today, Ukraine celebrates the Day of Embroidery and all Ukrainians, regardless of where they live, and all, who support our extraordinary country, are encouraged to wear it.

Even those, who yesterday complained that they didn't have classical embroidery, put on patriotic clothes.

Thus, TV worker and coordinator of the volunteer group "Movement to support Transcarpathian soldiers" Galina Yartseva wore an "embroidered shirt of the peoples of the world."

And the girls from the press service of the regional prosecutor's office - Victoria Popovich and Marina Bezeha, without prior agreement, put on patriotic colors.

The Chairman of the Regional Council Volodymyr Chubirko came to work wearing a red shirt with a traditional ornament.


Transcarpathian librarians Yevhenia Napuda and Marianna Hryhash say hello from steppe lands of Mykolaiv region!


The staff of the Padiyun approached the holiday very seriously!

The head of the Communication and Public Relations Department of the PADIYUN Svitlana Lukacs

Journalist Oleksandra Artyukhina and her sister Valentina

Social activist Julia Dub

Journalist Irina Levina today wears a shirt with poppies embroidered by her grandmother.

Employee of the bank press service, journalist Olga Biley

Employees of the RSTBC Rostislava Dzhumurat and Sasha Kipa came to work wearing shirts embroidered with white on white.

These are outfits that Uzhgorod residents boast in social networks.

Enjoy and get involved: you still have time!

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