Kolochava is a small town located in the Transcarpathian region, which surprises with the wealth of historical attractions and natural wealth. 100 years ago Kolochava was a house for several nations and a melting pot in which various cultures and traditions mixed. Nowadays this place, which is sometimes called a living open-air museum, is willingly visited by tourists who like trips to the past. There are in total 10 museums here, integrated in the heritage park of construction from the beginning of the 20th century. The territory of the village is located within the Synevyr national park, thanks to which almost untouched nature has been preserved there, and beech forests have been included in the UNESCO list.
As part of the Carpathian Cultural Heritage Center, an amphitheater with a conference room with a total area of over 135 m2 was built. The building was made in the Carpathian style, made of wood and stone. The open part – auditorium can accommodate up to 300 people. A conference room that can accommodate up to 100 people.