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Ukraine Gets Ready for 2012 Soccer Tourism

Ukraine is getting geared up for its role in the UEFA EURO 2012 by making sure that all its tourist attractions are ready for the event. The Ukrainian State Tourism Committee has been hard at work putting special tourism programs in place with the goal of increasing tourism during the event.

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Simeiz – Crimea’s Picturesque Holiday Destination

Looking to try something different? Want to get away from it all and unwind in a beautiful location? Then you might want to consider Simeiz as your next holiday destination. This lovely little town in Crimea, Ukraine, is a resort town that is just begging to be enjoyed by vacationers.

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Koktebel: A Seaside Vacation

If you love turquoise seas and sunny beaches, then you simply have to visit Koktebel during the summertime. This beautiful little resort village is incredibly popular with locals and foreigners alike. It is situated in South Eastern Crimea and was known as Planerskoye not too long ago.

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Tatyana’s Day: A Day for Celebration

Tatyana’s Day, also known as Tatiana’s Day and Students Day, is commemorated in Ukraine every year on 25 January. The day is one of festivities and pleasant memories. This has been the case for more than 250 years, making it a very old and enjoyable tradition.

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Explore Dovzhenko Film Studio

The state-owned Dovzhenko Film Studio based in Kiev, Ukraine, recently celebrated its 80th anniversary, with congratulations on this achievement pouring in from many quarters, including the President of Ukraine Viktor Yuschenko, the Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and Speaker of Parliament Arseny Yatsenyuk. With a number of awards being attributed to films made at the Dovzhenko Film Studio, including 75 international awards, 65 soviet awards and one Academy award, the studio has served the nation of Ukraine well in the international arena of filmmaking.

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The Black House

The Market Square in central Lviv buzzes with activity day and night and is popular with both locals and tourists visiting this lovely city in Ukraine. The rectangular-shaped square boasts the majestic town hall which was built in 1835, complete with a 65-meter tower, and around the square there are forty-four tenement houses representing a wide variety of architectural styles ranging from Renaissance to Modernism. One of the most extraordinary, and famous, of these tenement houses is known simply as the Black House.

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The Legend of the Black Sea

The Black Sea lies between the countries of Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey, Russia, Romania and Bulgaria. This inland sea is just over four hundred and thirty-six square kilometers in size and has a depth of seven thousand two hundred feet. In ancient times trade ships used to navigate its turbulent waters and in more modern times, significant World War I and II battles were fought on its waters. But the Black Sea is more than just a mass of water, it has many legends and myths connected to it, and in Ukraine there is one tale that has been passed down for generations, explaining the sudden bursts of turbulence and violent waters.

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Healing Powers of Saki’s Mud

Near the Black Sea, approximately forty-five kilometers from Simeforol, in Crimea, Ukraine, is the picturesque town of Saki. It has a diverse and fascinating community, which is a blend of Jews, Russians, Tatars, Poles, Armenians and many others. Saki is surrounded by breathtaking beaches and magnificent scenery, but is famous for its spas, clinics and sanatoriums. Here, visitors to Ukraine can find genuine peace, tranquility and revitalization. It is a destination like no other, where the beauty of hot springs, lakes and cool ocean breeze creates an amazing setting, and wellness and therapy are the attractions.

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