Puscha-Voditsa is a historic place and climate resort in the northwestern part of Kiev. It is located within a dense forest and away from the urban Kiev. Puscha is known for number of sanatoriums and state cottages for government officials. Continue reading
Village Buki – a small locality situated 12 km to the north of the district center Skvira, Kiev oblast and has about 600 residents. Even in the 11-13 centuries there were first settlements. Continue reading
Ukrainians are very hospitable.
As their guest, you will receive red-carpet treatment. This includes heavily-laden tables, gifts, and many toasts.
Some rules of etiquette may be useful: Continue reading
Ukrainian society has its own characteristics that may seem unusual to you .
One of them – a tribute to tradition!
The other – the result of a bizarre historical development.
Here is a try to tell you about the habits , customs, peculiar to the Ukrainians , which may seem strange.
So, if you are planning a visit to Ukraine, you will be always welcome .
See the list of fun facts about Ukraine and Ukrainians, which always discourage aliens in our country:
1. Ukrainians often drive on the right side of the road, Continue reading
Clay festival “TseGlyna 2014” took place end May and beginning June in Kiev. It was a great opportunity to show Kievites and their guests what is in theirs hearts and minds. Continue reading
Mezhyhirya is a toponym of Ukrainian origin which means land between mounts or land between hills. Continue reading
If you have a business trip to Kiev we can arrange transportation during a day or evening, between your business meetings I can show you the best places to have lunch and more…
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1. The world’s oldest recognized constitution was created by a Ukrainian statesman, Pylyp Orlyk. The constitution was formed immediately after his election as Hetman of Zaporizhia troops in April 1710 – 77 years earlier than the enactment of the constitution of the United States.