Victory Square in Kiev
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). Continue reading
The Funicular in Kiev connects the historic and commercial Uppertown and the old Lowertown Podil through the steep hill overseeing the Pochtova Square and Dnieper river. Continue reading
Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev
Saint Sophia Cathedral is one of the city’s best known landmark and an outstanding architecturel monument, built by decree of the Grand Yaroslav the Wise in 1037. In that time the Cathedral was not only the center of diocese of Kyivan Rus in its golden age, but also the main political and culturel center. Saint Sophia belongs to the World Heritage.
The longest street in Kiev
The Victory Square or Peremogy Square is dedicated to the victory in the second World War. The Square is situated in the Peremogy Avenue (or Street), which is the longest and broadest Street in Kiev (Kyiv).
Independence Square in Kyiv
The Independence Square (or Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Ukrainian) is the main square in Kiev, and the most beautiful one. Parades, concerts, festivals and other city arrangements and holidays take place on this square.