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  • Color, Aroma and Sounds of an Ukrainian Market

    Fancy a pastry for breakfast? Perhaps a slice of spiced sausage is your taste? Are you a bibliophile who salivates at the prospect of thumbing through acres of books for hours on end? Do you ...

  • The Many Faces of Ukraine

    Situated in Central Europe between Russia Poland and Romania - amongst others - Ukraine is a wonderful and dynamic country worth visiting. The people are warm and friendly and the culture is ...

  • Тимошенко намагається підвищити престиж науки

    Прем'єр-міністр України Юлія Тимошенко прагне посилити роботу Національної академії наук і Кабміну. Для здійснення цього вона збирається залучити молодих науковців до роботи в Академії наук. ...

  • Narcissus Valley – A Paradise

    It is said that the son of a river-god and a nymph was named Narcissus, and he grew up to be one of the most handsome youths ever to be born. He always had a string of woman interested in ...

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What to See

  • Sarny

    Sarny is a relatively small city in the Rivne Oblast of Ukraine. It is also one of three major railway junctions in the Rivne oblast, with the other two being Rivne and Zdolbuniv. At present there are approximately 30,000 people living in the city and it has a history of turbulence and violence connected to it. It has seen wars and disaster come and go, but has survived to share ...

  • Sumy

    Sumy Oblast is an province in the north-east region of Ukraine. Sumy is the capital of Sumy Oblast and has been a twin town of Celle in Germany, since January 17, 1990. The area of Sumy Oblast is about 23,800 square kilometers and its population is about 1,3 million. The Sumy Oblast was formed in 1939.

  • Boryspil

    The city began as a humble settlement back in 1154, but it was not until 1590 that it received its present name of ‘Boryspil’. Interestingly, it has only been referred to as a city for a relatively short time, receiving its city status in 1956. Today the city of Boryspil is located within the province of the Kiev Oblast in the north of Ukraine. It also functions as an administrative center ...

  • Architecture and Life Museum

    The Museum of Folk Architecture and Life, or Pyrohovo, is situated near to the village of Pirogov in Ukraine. It is a definite must-see if you are in the area or if you are staying in the capital city Kiev, which is just thirty minutes away. The family will love the outdoor museum and it will keep you entertained for the whole day.

  • Bakhchisaray Palace

    Palaces have always been of enormous fascination to people all around the world. Through the decades of man's civilization the interest in palaces has not changed. Let us take a guided tour through one of the most charming palaces in the world - Bakhchisaray Palace in Crimea, Ukraine.

  • Architecture

    Most of Ukraine's cities will give you a glimpse into the country's grand architectural history. Architecture in Ukraine ranges from buildings dating back hundreds of years to massive contemporary high-rise structures. An outstanding sample of Ukrainian architecture can be seen in the Cathedral of Saint-Sophia in Kiev, which dates back to the 11th century. Visit Lviv if you are interested in ...

  • Staryi Krym

    The town of Staryi Krym is one of the most historical destinations in Ukraine, and tourists should not let its size discourage them from visiting. With a population of approximately 10,000, it is also one of the smallest towns in Ukraine. It is speculated that the town was founded during the 13th century under the rule of Batu Khan. Over the years, it was known as Surkhat and ...

  • National Museum of Chernobyl

    On the 26th of April 1986 the worst nuclear and environmental accident ever to take place occurred in Chernobyl in the Kyiv Oblast of Ukraine. Chernobyl and the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant are situated close to the borders of three countries, that being Belarus, Ukraine and Russia. Near the Power Plant is the city of Pripyat and Chernobyl, a rural village where workers lived.


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