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All about Kiev city.

Toy museum in Kiev

Toy museum in Kiev

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Kiev Fortress Museum

Kiev Fortress useu
Kyiv Fortress Museum or Kyivska Fortetsya is a 19th century defense building which was at one-stage part of the western Russian fortresses.  Continue reading

Find a personal tour guide in Ukraine. Kiev

personal tour guide in KIev

To be a Private Tour Guide in Kiev
Many travelers know where they want to go and what they want to do, but the more in-depth local information any traveler has the better. A tour guide is very familiar with a particular neighborhood in the area! A tour guide has special knowledge of the history of a city! A tour guide is involved in the art, music, hiking, biking, shopping, club, pub, or restaurant scene!

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Inside the St.Michael`s Cathedral

St.Michael`s Cathedral

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Kiev in the 19th century (1870, part 2)

Brother Monastery

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Kiev Museums

Kiev Museums

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Kiev in the 19th century (1870, part 1)

St.Sophia Cathedral

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Toy museum in Kiev

State Museum of Toys or toy museum in Kiev is the right place for children and their parents.

Ded Moroz - Soviet Santa Claus

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Churches available to visit in Kiev and what is located there

Churches in Kiev

While Christianity suffered much at the hands of the Soviet, including the destruction of many churches and the martyrdom of countless Christians, belief was not eradicated nor were all historical reminders of a thousand-years of Orthodox christianity destroyed. A sampling of the remaining churches is offered here as a visible testimony to the Faith that has for so long been a part of the people of this land. More than two-dozen churches were selected for presentation in varying degrees of detail. Continue reading

Kiev metro (subway) map

Subway plan in Kiev

Subway plan in Kiev

Three cities in Ukraine boast an underground subway system — Kiev, Kharkov, and Dnepropetrovsk — usually referred to as the “metro”. Kiev metro is most extensive, with three lines and over 40 stops. Continue reading

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