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  • Європа занепокоєна кандидатурою майбутнього Президента України

    Спікер українського парламенту Арсеній Яценюк висловив сумнів щодо доцільності проведення позачергових парламентських виборів. Про це спікер розповів журналістам після зустрічі з президентом ...

  • Cossack History Tells Another Artful Tale

    Pysanky eggs may garner the share of the artistic spotlight around the world when a traveler considers Ukrainian art, but the art of woodcarving can be traced to the heydays of the Cossack ...

  • Mysterious Cucuteni-Trypillian Culture of Ukraine

    Located near the village of Trypillia in the Obukhiv District of central Ukraine's Kiev Oblast, the ruins of Trypillia were discovered in 1893 and reported to the 11th Congress of ...

  • Black Sea Cruise 2008

    In an effort to promote sea transportation and cruise tourism in the Black Sea, Ukraine will be hosting “Black Sea Cruise 2008”. This is the first time that a conference of this sort has ...

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What to See

  • Donetsk Oblast

    Horlivka

    Horlivka is an interesting city linked closely to the large town of Barnsley in South Yorkshire in England. With a population of over 292,000 people, it is most famed as the main center for coal mining and the chemical industry in Ukraine. The city of Horlivka lies within the Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine.

  • Museums

    Solomiya

    In the great city of Lviv, in the Lviv-Oblast of Ukraine, there is a long history full of talented composers, writers, political idealists, philosophers, musicians and singers. One such gifted singer was Solomiya Krushelnytska, who was born in 1873.

  • Travel

    Travel Guide

    Are you planning a trip to Ukraine? Ukraine.com provides you with a helpful Traveler's Guide with basic facts on traveling through Ukraine, visas, safety and more. We are certain that this travel guide will assist you in having a pleasant, memorable holiday in Ukraine.

  • Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast

    Yaremche

    The city of Yaremche is located in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, which is known for its rich culture and tradition. Yaremche was first founded in the 18th century and has proved to be one of Ukraine's prized possessions. Yaremche is a popular resort destination with just over 10,000 inhabitants, a number which easily doubles during the school breaks and the holiday seasons.

  • Culture

    Wedding Customs

    Traditional Ukrainian wedding customs are made up of various ceremonial stages sealing the union of the groom and bride. Younger generations are in some cases following Western wedding customs, however, those from more traditional families or couples in villages still observe the wedding customs of Ukraine. A wedding in Ukraine is a solemn occasion involving important religious rituals, but ...

  • Places of Interest

    Kiev Mohyla Academy

    One of Ukraine’s better known Universities is the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, which is closely associated with the historical site called the Kyiv Mohyla Academy found in Podil. The National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy was formed in 1992; just before that the Soviet Union had gone through a spate of turmoil, leading to its eventual dissolving and allowing Ukraine to ...

  • Theatres

    Kiev Drama Theatre

    It was just over twenty years ago that the Kiev Drama Theatre in Podol came into existence. Podol is one of the older districts that make up the capital of Kiev in Ukraine. When the district was first formed in 1811 it was known for its fishermen and craftsmen, but today the industry has changed quite a bit.

  • Chernihiv Oblast

    Bakhmach

    Bakhmach can be regarded as a relatively new city, unlike most within Ukraine, having only made a formal beginning as a settlement when a railway line was constructed here in the 1860’s and 1870’s. Today, the city can be found located in the province of Chernihiv Oblast in Northern Ukraine, acting as the administrative center for the Bakhmatsky Raion or district. It also has two railway ...

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