Pyrohiv is located in the southern outskirts of the Kiev city. It is now home to an outdoor Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine. Founded in 1969, the museum contains over 300 pieces of folk architecture brought here from all parts of Ukraine and carefully reassembled. Continue reading
Hoverla mountain (2061 m) is the highest mountain in Ukraine and part of the Carpathian Mountains.Its coordinates are 48°10?12?N 24°34?12?E.
The mountain is located in the Eastern region. The slopes are covered with beech and spruce forests, above which there is a belt of sub-alpine meadows (called in Ukrainian Polonyna).
At the East there is the main spring of the Prut River. Continue reading
The main street in Kyiv
Khreshchatyk is the main and the most popular street in Kiev. It is the administrative and business center of the city, destroyed during World War II by the retreating Red Army and it was rebuilt in the neo-classical style of post-war Stalinist architecture.
Located on 10 Bankova Street across the road from the Presidential Administration Offices in Kyiv, the House with Chimaeras, also known as Horodetsky House was built in the period of 1901–1902 by noted architector Vladyslav Horodetsky, who was regarded as the Gaudi of Kiev. It is the most notable example of Art Nouveau in Ukraine and the Ukrainian capital’s first “roofless” house.
National Opera House in Kiev
The National Opera of Ukraine is named after Taras Shevchenko. It is situated in the center of Kyiv, where two large metropolitan highways – Volodymyrska street and Bogdan Khmmelnytsky street are crossed. The National Opera is poetically named as a temple of muses and an architectural pearl of Kyiv.
Andrew`S Descent in Kiev
Andriyivskyy Descent or Andrew’s Descent is a historic descent connecting Kiev’s Upper Town to the historically commercial Podil. The street, often advertised by tour guides and operators as the “Montmartre of Kiev,” is a major tourist attraction of the city.
Karaite community fortress
Chufut Kale is a historic fortress in Crimea, near Bakhchisaray. Historically, it is a center for the Crimean Karaite community.
Assumption Cave Monastery in Crimea
The Assumption Cave Monastery (Uspenskiy Cave Monastery) is located near Bakhchisaray in Crimea.