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  • The River Port City of Oster

    Located where the Oster River flows into the Desna in the Chernihiv Oblast of Ukraine, the city of Oster was established in 1098 by Vladimir Monomakh, the Grand Prince of Kievan Rus at the ...

  • Дні українського кіно в Парижі

    На початку червня в Парижі пройдуть дні Українського кіно. 3 червня в Українському культурному центрі відбудуться урочистий прийом та прес-конференція. А вже наступного дня любителі ...

  • Step Back in Time at Kievan Rus’ Park

    Under the reign of the ancient Rurik dynasty from the late-9th century to the mid-13th century, Kievan Rus' was a federation of East Slavic tribes from which the modern people of Belarus, ...

  • До Києва прибувають міністри держав-членів ЄС і ОЧЕС

    14 лютого відбудеться зустріч міністрів закордонних справ країн, що входять до складу ЄС і країн Чорноморського регіону. Про це повідомив журналістам на брифінгу у вівторок речник МЗС України ...

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What to See

  • Community

    Postcards

    Want to send a holiday greeting to the family back home? Use one of our e-postcards to let them know that you are thinking of them. You can tell them about all the wonderful adventures you are having while visiting the country. Had a fleeting romance with a local? Tell your closest friend back home. Even if you just want to brag about being the proud owner of the best tan in the world, our ...

  • Activities

    Trekking

    With the impressive Ukrainian Carpathian Mountains to the west and the Crimean Mountains to the south, trekking in Ukraine can be an unforgettable experience. See Ukraine from a new perspective as you traverse magnificent landscapes, taking in all the sights, sounds and smells. Hiking in Ukraine is about more than just stunning scenery, during your journey you are likely to come across an ...

  • Religious Sites

    St. Nicholas Cathedral

    The St. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral has always been regarded as the second most important Roman Catholic Cathedral in the city of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. It was during the period of 1899 to 1909 that it was constructed in the Gothic style you see today. However, its origins were from the twelfth century and it was designed in what was known commonly during those times as “the ...

  • Castles

    Lviv High Castle

    The city of Lviv in Ukraine is known as the “city of lions” and it has a population of around 830,000. Lviv is the largest city in Western Ukraine and there are many attractions in Lviv. One that simply must not be missed is the Lviv High Castle. This attraction is the sort of place you visit for for the pure pleasure of the experience. In order to reach the entrance of High Castle Park, you ...

  • Luhansk Oblast

    Bryanka

    Located in the Luhansk Oblast, lies a city by the name of Bryanka. It is still known for the same business and industry that it was founded on - mining. The city covers an area of approximately three hundred and fifty-four hectares, with the Lozovaya River running next to it. The Luhansk Region is not just known for mining cities such as Bryanka, but for the beauty that can be found on the ...

  • Sumy Oblast

    Romny

    The city of Romny in the Sumy Oblast, located on the Sula River, recently celebrated its 900th anniversary. It was a celebration that few will forget, complete with celebrity guests, politicians, concerts, exhibitions and sports. Even though Prince Volodymyr Monomakh was the first to mention the city in 1096, it is believed that the prince relocated people here as early at 988. But ...

  • Places of Interest

    Odessa Catacombs

    The City of Odessa in Ukraine is home to more then one million people. It is also where tourists will find the Odessa Catacombs: a maze of underground tunnels that makes up a distance of approximately 2,500 kilometers. Amazingly, these underground tunnels make up a large network that is hidden beneath the city. The Odessa Catacombs developed over a long period of time taking almost two ...

  • Places of Interest

    Charax

    Crimea, in Ukraine, is the location of a Roman military settlement called Charax. These military settlements were often permanent camps built in such a way so as to protect and hold equipment used by the soldiers when they were not in war. This allowed soldiers out in war zones an opportunity at the end of the day to come back to a proper camp with all the equipment and necessities needed to ...

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