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  • Sumy Oblast

    Konotop

    If you travel to the Sumy Oblast in Ukraine, you will discover an interesting city by the name of Konotop. The city is located approximately 130 kilometers away from the region’s capital, Sumy, and can be found at the center of the Konotop ‘Raion’ or district. While many cities in Ukraine are quite modern, Konotop is somewhat older – having first been established at a time when people still ...

  • Embassies

    German Embassy

    The German Embassy in Ukraine is located in the city of Kiev. Reinhard Schafers was appointed as Ambassador to the Germany Embassy in 2006 and has a long list of accomplishments behind his name. As Ambassador of the German Embassy in Ukraine he is responsible for maintaining mutually beneficial relations between the two countries and to promote Germany within Ukraine. The German Embassy in ...

  • National Parks and Reserves

    Shats’kyi National Park

    Much of Ukraine is covered by beautiful natural vegetation, which is slowly being encroached on for farming and hunting purposes. In order to protect these natural areas and the creatures that seek refuge within them, the government has steadilybeen establishing a number of national parks in Ukraine. One such park is the Shats’kyi National Park situated in the Volyn Region of the country. ...

  • Cherkasy Oblast

    Zolotonosha

    Zolotonosha, which means ‘a load of gold' or 'a gold carrier’, may have originated from one of the many legends that existed, and many believe the name to have come about due to the golden hue of the Zolotonoshka sands. Nonetheless it is one of the many cities located within Ukraine along the Zolotonoshka River tributary, lying on the left of the Dnieper River, situated about 30 kilometers ...

  • National Parks and Reserves

    Karadag Reserve

    The Karadag Reserve lies amid two cities known as Feodosia and Sudak, which are situated on a piece of the Crimean peninsula on the south-east coast. It is here that a breathtaking abundance of unique and historical geology can be found in the only solitary rocky shoreline massif of the Jurassic period, of about 150 – 160 million years old, in all of Europe. Not forgetting the variety of ...

  • Zakarpattya Oblast

    Mukachevo

    Mukachevo is a city located in the Zakarpattya Oblast, which can be found in the western parts of Ukraine. Mukachevo is situated in the valley where the Liatorytsia River flows and has been marked as part of the Ramsar list of 'Wetlands of International Importance'. The city of Mukachevo acts as the administrative center of the Mukachivskyi District and is recognized as separate district ...

  • Mykolayiv Oblast

    Voznesensk

    The city of Voznesensk (or Wosnessensk) is situated in the Mykolaiv Oblast, which is located in the southern regions of Ukraine. Jewish settlers first founded Voznesensk in the 19th century. These Jewish settlers had migrated all the way from the northwestern parts of Russia into their neighboring country, Ukraine. At that time thousands of Jews were leaving Russia and heading to the "New ...

  • Odessa Oblast

    Kilia

    Kilia, or Novo Kilia meaning “New Chilia”, is a relatively small city in comparison to many others that lie within the province of the Odessa Oblast, south-western Ukraine. It is along the beautiful northern shores of the Danube Delta that you will find Kilia, an administrative center for the district of the Kiliysky Raion. On the opposite side of the southern banks of Romania lies the town ...

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