Recreation center "Sails of Maclay" took part in the international exhibition UITT.
The Ukraine International Travel & Tourism Show (UITT) is universally recognised as the leading travel industry event in Ukraine. With over 50 destinations and a substantial audience, Uitm is an effective way to build your business in Ukraine. UITT, the leading international Travel & Tourism Exhibition servicing a 43 million population market, used annually by over 700 industry leading companies to promote more than 60 countries and destinations of which no less than 6 new destinations being launched every year in front of over 22,000 trade professionals coming to the show from every region of Ukraine at a staggering rate of 340 unique visitors per hour.
With the quality of the visiting audience being so high whereby 94% are the buyers and specifiers, this three day intensive trade show provides the most cost-effective platform for advertising and sales, market research and image making though its very comprehensive program of on-site events with over 70 seminars, presentations, round tables and conferences attended by over 7,500 industry decision makers.
The opening of the museum Nikolay Miklukho-Maclay in Malin
The conference “Grants of Education and Science”
On December, 3 2014 a conference “Grants of Education and Science” took place. The event was attended by the deputies of Chernihiv and Sumy Region, the mayor of Baturin, representative of national deputy Valeriy Davydenko and representatives of Regional State Administration. Such issues as what are grants, particularities of grants, specifics of grants in Ukraine and how to get grants were raised on the conference.
The Day of agricultural worker
14 November took place the celebration of the Day of agricultural worker in the Historical-cultural center "Sails of Maclay”. The event was attended by the most famous farmers of Chernihiv region.
Viktor Yushchenko in Baturin
On October 23, 2014 Baturin was honored with the visit of Victor Yushchenko, the third President of Ukraine (2005-2010). Hetman’s capital was revived thanks to this outstanding person, who always noted the special role of Baturin in rising up the Ukrainian nation. “The one coming to Baturin and stepping on this ground becomes the citizen if Ukraine, ready to sacrifice his body and soul for the Ukrainian nation”, - these words are especially actual in our time.
Victor Yushchenko laid flowers at the monument to the victims of 1708 Baturin Tragedy, saw the collectivity creating Hetman Glory Museum in Hetman Kirill Razumovsky Palace, watched the exposition of Judge General’s House, and visited sabbatical church, having bowed to the grave of Kirill Razumovsky and lit a candle for him.
He also visited Historical and Cultural Center “Maclay’s Sail”.
Victor Yushchenko was interested in the great traveler Miklouho-Maclay’s museum. Its hospitable owners, Nadezhda and Alexander Miklouho-Maclay, performed an interesting excursion for the third President of Ukraine and whole-heartedly thanked the honored guest for his noble deeds – the restoration of Baturin.
On a trip Viktor Yushchenko was accompanied by Valentina Rudenko Irina Vannikova, Mikhail Doroshenko, children Christina and Taras.
Viktor Yushchenko has left a review in the guest book for visitors.
Forum of leftist and center-leftist forces of Ukraine
On Saturday, August 2, 2014, in the Historical and Cultural Center "Maclay’s Sail”, hetman capital Baturin, forum of the leftist and center-leftist forces of Ukraine took place.
Among the forum participants there were socialists, social democrats, representatives of the party "Justice", children of war, public and youth organizations and trade unions. At the end of the forum a buffet table was provided.
Historical and Cultural Center "Maclay’s Sail" was opened on July 17, 2014
On the occasion of 168th anniversary of scientist and traveler Miklouho-Maclay, opening of the Historical and Cultural Center "Maclay’s Sail" in Baturin, Chernihiv Region took place on July 17, 2014.
The sky is limit for a persistent family – despite the hard times in Ukraine, Alexander and Nadezhda Maclay by now established the third Maclay museum! The first museum was opened in Kalityanskoe village, Chernihiv region, the second in Kacha village near Sevastopol. The opening of the Historical and Cultural Center was attended by famous Ukrainian scientists, teachers, representatives of local authorities, public figures and journalists.
Each speaker remarked that the newly established Historical and Cultural Center "Maclay’s Sail" is destined to become a center of spiritual revival not just in the Chernihiv region, but also throughout the country.