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Totoha Mountain – Healing Centre

Totoha

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

Interesting Ukraine – Best Places

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The Ukrainian Stonehenge or tracks of God in the Stone Village

Stone Village in Ukraine
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

Hoverla Mountain Summit

Hoverla (Goverla) Mountain 2061m

The hill is Ukraine’s highest peak at 2061 m. Continue reading

Zakarpatska oblast

Zakarpatska oblast

The Zakarpatska Oblast is an administrative oblast located in southwestern Ukraine.

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Marble Cave of the Crimea

Marble Cave - Crimea

The Marble Cave, also known as Marmurova Pechera, is one of the seven natural wonders of Ukraine. Continue reading

Tarkhankut Cape

Tarkhankut - Atlesh
Tarkhankut is on the western border of Crimea.The most extreme points are capes of Kara-mrun (Black nose) and Tarkhankut. Continue reading

Half island Crimea XIX

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Carpathian Mountains or Carpathians

Autumn in Carpathians

Carpathian mountains

The Carpathian chain is usually divided into three major parts: the Western Carpathians (Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary), the Eastern Carpathians (South-Eastern Poland, Eastern Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania) and the Southern Carpathians (Romania, Serbia). Continue reading

Crimean Mountains

Crimean Mountains

Crimean Mountains

Young, folded mountains of the Alpine mountain system located in the southern part of the Crimea. Including the foothills, they cover one-fifth of the peninsula’s area. They extend for about 150 km from Sevastopil to Teodosiia and are 40–50 km in width. The Crimean Mountains consist of three long, parallel ranges, separated by valleys. Continue reading

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