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Discover Cycling in Ukraine

In Ukraine, cycling has always been a popular form of transport, especially in the smaller villages and rural areas. Visitors often turn to cycling as a mode of exploration and discovery, with mountain bikers taking on the hills and valleys of the country. Not only is cycling eco-friendly, but it allows cyclists to see the country first hand and visit smaller villages that are not on the major tourism routes. Even locals in the cities have begun to enjoy the special features that cycling offers, forming cycling groups and heading off to new destinations.

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Historic Olyka Castle

Located in the historic region of Volhynia in Western Ukraine, the Olyka Castle served as the principal seat of the princely family Radziwill from the mid 1500s to the late 1700s, standing today as a monument to the style of architecture of the time and the influential family that once inhabited it. The area that was once known as Volhynia no longer exists in its original form, and today is made up of Ukraine’s Volyn and Rivne oblasts, as well as parts of the Ternopil and Zhytomyr Oblasts. It is in this region that some of the oldest Slavic settlements in Europe are found.

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Natural Wonder of Dniester Canyon

Surrounded by ancient landscapes, green brush and rare plant life, the Dniester Canyon in Ukraine is viewed as one of the most significant geo-regions in the country. Its beauty alone is enough to lure thousands of visitors to the canyon each year, but it can also be described as an outdoor museum, as within its waters and vegetation lies a unique history to explore. When visiting this fascinating attraction, visitors will begin to understand why this unique area is listed as one of Ukraine’s Seven Natural Wonders.

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Tales of Askold’s Grave

Each country has its share of mystery, intrigue and legends, and in Ukraine there are a number of these stories that locals will retell. Two of its many legends are attached to a fascinating attraction located in Askold Grave Park, namely Askold’s Grave. Filled with tragedy, loss and greed, the story of Askold’s Grave is a fascinating history to explore. The monument and the entire Askold Grave Park has become one of the most popular attractions in Ukraine for tourists to visit.

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Yalta Powerboat Season Opener

There are two classes in Powerboat P1 World Championship racing, namely Supersport and Evolution. During a race weekend there are Endurance and Sprint races in each class. To ensure fair competition, all boats are fitted with twin engine monohulls and run either on petrol or on diesel. In both classes, the boats are required to have a two man crew, and there are small differences to the boats in each class. This thrilling water extravaganza will be hosted in five countries throughout the year, with Yalta in Ukraine being chosen for the season opener.

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Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009

Contestants have been rehearsing non-stop, ensuring that every move is perfect, while backstage assistants and set designers have been going over the performance schedules and ensuring that everything is in place for the big evening. As the 21st of November 2009 draws near, contestants, crew, producers and supporters are growing anxious for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 finals. It is set to be an evening to remember, with thirteen performers singing their hearts out for first place. The whole world is getting ready to watch the seventh edition of this phenomenal contest.

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Kiev Children’s Railway

If you have a passion for trains then you simply have to visit the Kiev Children’s Railway in Ukraine. This unique and dynamic project provides youths in the country with the chance of a lifetime – the chance to conduct and work on a real-life steam train!

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State Aviation Museum

Medova Street in Kiev, Ukraine, is home to a very important museum, namely the State Aviation Museum. Museums across Ukraine play a vital role in preserving the history and the culture of the country, and one part of its heritage that should not be overlooked, is its magnificent relationship with the aviation industry. Because of the significance of aviation, the State Aviation Museum opened its doors to the public, under directorship of Yuriy Ziatdinov, on 30 September 2003. The museum has welcomed thousands of visitors and is one of the recommended attractions in Kiev today.

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