(Photographs copyrighted by Rich and Gayla Aspenleiter)

Even though Alexanderhilf was once a German village, it is now a Ukrainian village and inhabited by mostly Ukrainians. The foundations of many of the houses and wells still standing were built by our German people.

Sign coming into Alexanderhilf

Street in Alexanderhilf

German Cultural Center

Headstone in cemetery

Well by the church

War memorial

View of Alexanderhilf

Side view of the church

German iron cross in Alexanderhilf cemetery

Man pulling wagon of corn husks in Alexanderhilf


Street in Alexanderhilf

Alexanderhilf church (now Ukrainian church)

Turkeys in Alexanderhilf

Rich and Gayla standing next to house once inhabited by Wohl ancestors

Iron crosses in the cemetery