Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi or Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyy is a town located where Alta River flows into Trubizh River in the Kiev region in central Ukraine (it is about 100 km south of Kiev). The whole town was proclaimed a historical sanctuary because of the largest museum of folk architecture.
The museum presents the architecture and traditions of Ukrainians from ancient times up to the 19th century, including a notable collection of wind mills from the 17–19th centuries. Excavated ruins of buildings from the 10–11th centuries.
On the territory of the Pereiaslav Outdoor Museum there are following museums: Museum of Bread, Museum of Land Transportation, Museum of Ukrainian Decorative Towels, Museum of Sholem Aleichem (Solomon Rabinowitz, a nineteenth-century Yiddish humorist), Museum of Space Exploration, Museum of Postal Services, Museum of Beekeeping, Museum of Applied and Decorative Arts, Museum of Ukrainian Traditional Rituals, Museum of Archeology, Museum of the Cossack Glory, Museum of Trypillya Culture, Museum of Ukrainian Traditional Dresses, etc.