The second stage of construction of the authentic Hobbitthill project was finished in Verkhovyna settlement of the Transcarpathian region of Ukraine. According to its authors, this is not a hotel complex or campsite, but a separate town. This was announced by the author of the project, supreme headman of Hobbithill Andriy Boiechko on his Facebook page.
"We strive to combine the culture and traditions of the fabulous Hobbitania and the real Hutsul region. Each hut has its own owner, and the owner decides whether to rent his home or not. All settlements are unique, both outside and inside," the author of the project stated.
According to him, the first 10 hobbit apartments will be ready to receive guests starting from June 15. However, not all huts will be rented out. Several residents of Hobbithill will live there permanently. The next 10 apartments are planned to be fully built by July 15.
"Every inhabitant of Hobbitthill will have a Hutsul hobbit passport. The only dominant religion of Hobbitthill is love for Ukraine, preservation, and reproduction of the traditions of the Carpathian mountains and faith in the good," Boechko added.
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