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Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University

Taras Shevchenko University

Taras Shevchenko University

Taras Shevchenko University is a higher educational and scientific establishment, which has proven to be the center of higher education throughout 170 years of its existence.

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St. Andrew`s Church

St. Andrew`s Church

St. Andrew`s Church

The project of St. Andrew’s Church was created by the famous architect Rastrelli. It is used to be a majour Baroque church in Kiev.

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Hills on the Dnieper river

Mountains on the Dnieper river

Hills of the Dnieper river

View on the Dnipro river from a hill in Kaniv, where a founder of the Ukrainian literature Taras Shevchenko is buried.

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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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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.

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