The article presents the history of Ukrainian studies as scientific discipline and subject of scientific investigations in the Jagiellonian university in Kraków. The historical perspective of the Ukrainian studies development in this well-known higher educational institution of the Central Europe covers the period from 1875 up to today. In the center of author's attention are three most significant figures connected with the brightest pages of the Kraków Ukraininian studies: Bohdan Lepki - writer, translator, historian of Ukrainian literature; Ivan Zilynski - phonologist, dialectologist, historian of the Ukrainian language, and Jan Janów - dialectologist, lexicographer, researcher of language contacts. Presentation of historical and linguistic facts is supplemented with photos.
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