Today, four giant Kochubey oaks (their age is 600-800 years!) remain. Among the architectural monuments of Dykanka there is the St. Michael Church-Shrine of Kochubey built in 1794 with a carved iconostasis and marble sarcophagus.
Another sight worth seeing is the Triumph Arch of 1820 built to commemorate the victory in the war against Napoleon in 1812.
The beautiful St. Trinity Church (1780) stands in the centre of the village, near the park with monument of Mykola Gogol. It's a marvelous example of so-called Ukrainian baroque.
Dykanka is also famous for its nature, which at different times charmed writers and composers. Walk along the local park, visit museums of local history and, having returned home, reread Gogol's masterpieces and smile at your pleasant memories of the Poltava region and calm Dykanka village.