Travel to Ukraine

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Parks in Kiev

In the world history Volodymyr is known to be the first who baptised the Kyivan Rus

Vladimir the Great

Vladimirskaya gorka Park was always the favourite pleasure place of Kyivers and their guests.

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    Panorama of the Dnipro river in Kiev

    River port

    River port

    The Dnieper river is the fourth river by length in Europe.

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      Ukrainian House in Kiev

      Ukrainian house

      Ukrainian House in Kiev is nowadays a conference and exhibition hall on Khreschatyk street in Kiev. It was built in 1982 (1978-1982 construction) as a Lenin museum. It is situated on the European Square.

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        Night Kiev


        Andreevskiy descent

        Andreevskiy descent

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          Kiev – St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Cathedral

          St. Michael's Golden-Domed Cathedral

          St. Michael's Golden-Domed Cathedral

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            The Carpathian Mountains

            Autumn in Carpatрians

            The Carpathian Mountains - Ukraine

            The Ukrainian Carpathians are relatively gentle peaks. There are a lot of resorts in the area.

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              The Sula river


              From Sanskrit s?r? "spiritous liquor"

              From Sanskrit s?r? "spiritous liquor"

              The Sula River  is a left tributary of the Dnieper River with a total length of 365 km and a drainage basin of 19,600 km?.

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                Monument to the genocide of Ukranians

                Famine 1932-1933

                The Monument in Mgar (Poltava region) to the Ukrainian famine of 1932—1933

                A quarter of Ukraine’s population was wiped out in just two years. Ukrainians starved to death in 1932-33 as USSR leader Joseph Stalin stripped them of their produce in a forced farm collectivisation campaign.

                  Mgar Savior’s Transfiguration monastery

                  Mgar Monastery

                  The Mgar Orthodox monastery was founded in 1619 by Princess Raina Mogylyanka Vyshnevetska, the cousin of famous Petro Mogyla, the founder of most ancient Eastern Slavic University in Kyiv (Kiev). Raina Vyshnevetska was the land-lady of huge territories near Lubny in Eastern Ukraine, which then was part of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The monastery belonged to Moscow Orthodox Church.

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                    Piece of nature

                    grass

                    Morning grass

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