Bukovina is a historical landscape in modern Romania and Ukraine. The northern part is situated in the Ukrainian Chernivtsi Oblast, while the southern part is part of the Romanian Suceava County. The region once formed a part of the Principality of Moldavia and the Habsburg Monarchy.
Listen to the stories of contemporary witnesses at our listening stations, wander through the varied exhibits, or take an imaginary walk through Habsburg
Chernivtsi (Ukra. Чернівці) is a large city in southwestern Ukraine. The city is located on the border with Romania and is widely considered to be the capital of the historic Bukovina region. Chernivtsi was an significant place of Jewish culture. In 2017 Chernivtsi had about 62,000 inhabitants.
Due to the war in Ukraine, it is possible that this information is no longer up to date.
Based around the history of Bukovina, the exhibition primarily highlights the topics of (forced) migration and living together in a diverse society, as well as of being uprooted and losing one's homeland – and thus has the potential to connect to numerous experiences in our society today.