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Drohobych Tourist Logo and Slogan created for city promotion

Drohobych Tourist Logo and Slogan created for city promotion

On 25th of May 2018 in Drohobych created Drohobych Tourist Logo with idea of promotion of tourism and slogan - there is all salt in it.

The logotype consists of a salt burner, astrolabe by Yuri Kotermak (Yuriy Drohobych) and Ukrainian letter "D" and a smile.

Author of the logo and slogan is Oleg Biliy (Olk White).

The logo was chosen from 14 variants that were presented to the competition.

Drohobych Historical Facts

Drohobych was founded at the end of XI century. In 1250 in Drohobych was founded Drohobych Saly Plant - the oldest salt plant in Europe.

In 1340 became the center of Old Przemysl land of Russian Voivodship of Kingdom of Poland and later - Polish - Lithuanian Commonwealth. From XV century the city was developing as fair and salt center. After First Division of Poland Drohobych went to Hapsburg Empire.

In the middle of XIX century it became the largest oil center in Europe which contributed to rapid development of the city. In the interwar Poland was the center of Lviv Province. According to Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of 1939 it moved to Soviet Union. In 1939 - 1941 and 1944 - 1959 was the center of Drohobych region.

Today the city is known as the birthplace of Yuri Kotermak (Yuri Drohobych), Ivan Franko and Bruno Schulz.

Organizers of Drohobych Tourist Logo

Olk White
Drohobych City
Drohobych, Ukraine

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