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
Trakhtemyriv, Kaniv district, is a former Cossack capital.
“It is Trakhtemyriv: nothing bad can happen here to man or animal,” assure local citizens of the village Velykyy Bukryn.
Kyiv History Museum was opened on May 26, 1982 – during the celebration of the 1500th anniversary of the city. More than twenty years it was placed in the Klovsky Palace (architecture of the XVIII century). In May 2004 the Museum was closed to the public and moved to the “Ukrainian House” (Khreschatyk Str. 2). Exposure and exhibition activity resumed Museum August 22, 2012 in a new building of the museum and exhibition center on the street. Khmelnytskoho 7. 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
Land between Hills Continue reading
Kiev Jerusalem at Lukyanivka district in Kiev
Mezhyhirya is a toponym of Ukrainian origin which means land between mounts or land between hills. Continue reading
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