The Victory Square (Peremogy Square in Ukrainian or Pobedy Square in Russian) is dedicated to the victory in the World War II. The Square is situated in the Peremogy Avenue (or Street), which is the longest and broadest Street in Kiev (Kyiv).
From 1869 — 1952 the square has been known as Galytska Square. There is a 30 meter tall Victory monument with 1941 and 1945 markings on the Square. It was errected in 1952.
The most famous building in the street is the Kyiv Circus. In front of the circus there is a big shopping center Ukraina and the Lybid Hotel (***).
Not far from the Square there is the Railway Station in Kiev.