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Mezhyhirya is a toponym of Ukrainian origin which means land between mounts or land between hills. Continue reading
In July 2007, the Ukrainians voted for their seven favourite historical and cultural sites. The sites were then given the status of being the “Seven Wonders of Ukraine”.
Ukraine is a large country of diverse natural beauty, rich in culture and with a long, interesting history!
Experts in various fields were asked to vote for their seven best sites, which were condensed into a list of 1,000 candidates. These were examined by a council of 100 experts and the list was narrowed down to 21. Then Internet users could cast their votes to make up the list of the Seven Wonders of Ukraine. The response from the public was very positive. About 77,000 internet users took part in the campaign.
And here what they chose:
Medwin village – the most famous village in the BOGUSLAV district of Kyiv region. There is a mountain Totoha not far from it. It is called one of the “navel of Earth”, energy of which is compared with Altai, Baikal lake in Russia and Tibet. Continue reading
Pryluky or Priluki is a city located on the Udai River in the Chernihiv Oblast, north-central Ukraine. Serving as the administrative center of the Prylutsky district. The city boasts various monuments of national importance, including the Cossack regiment treasury, Gustyn Holy-Trinity Monastery, various churches and ancient cathedrals.
Very less was heard about the “Tracks of God” in the form of the giant boulders of the Stone village in Zhytomyr oblast (Poliss’ya). Zhytomyr Oblast is an oblast (province) of northern Ukraine. The administrative center of the oblast is the city of Zhytomyr. Continue reading
Near the picturesque ruins of a castle on the river Dzhuryn is the largest waterfall on the skirts, whose height is 16 m. Dzhurinsky Falls is the largest plain waterfalls of Ukraine. Continue reading