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  • Brody

    If you travel about 90 kilometers northeast of Lemberg, You will find the city of Brody in Ukraine. Archaeological digs have revealed that this area has long been inhabited by humans, but the first written mention of Brody can be found in Kievan Rus documents dating back to 1084. Shortly after coming under the jurisdiction of the Polish commonwealth, Brody was considered to be an 'ideal' ...

  • Tyoschin Most

    Tyoschin Most is an attractive little footbridge which is a popular attraction in Odessa and is also one of the most featured backgrounds in wedding photos for people living in the area. The inclusion of this little attraction in wedding photographs is certainly appropriate since its construction was also tied to matrimony. Tyoschin Most in Ukraine makes for an interesting detour on any ...

  • Train Stations

    Visitors to Ukraine have quickly discovered that the some 22 800 kilometers of railway network in the country is one of the best ways to travel. Not only is traveling by train in Ukraine inexpensive, but it is fast and reliable. In addition, you will find that almost every city, town and village can be reached by rail but not by air, whereas traveling by bus can be time consuming. Air travel ...

  • Shopping

    Ukraine has a total consumer market of about 48 million people, which explains why its shopping centers and shopping facilities are so excellent. By any standards, some of the shopping centers in Ukraine will leave you breathless. With endless choices of designer clothes or handmade arts and crafts, woodwork and paintings, you are bound to find what you are looking for and more.

  • Kaniv

    Ukraine is a country long famous for its love of the natural world. This is evident by their rich beautiful land, which they are very proud to show off. Ukraine, a nation of 52 million people, has an ancient history dating from the Scythians. Christianity was embraced in Kiev in 988 A.D., almost 300 years before the city of Moscow in Russia was founded. Since 1991, Ukraine has moved from ...

  • Dnipropetrovsk Oblast

    A significant industrial centre for Ukraine, the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast is a well known region in the country in regard to the economy. Its major cities, Kryvyi Rih, Nikopol, Dnipropetrovsk and Dniprodzerzhynsk, are hubs for various industries. Even though the region is vital to the industrial sector of Ukraine, the region is home to breathtaking wonders and attractions for foreign visitors. ...

  • Vasylkiv

    Situated on the Stuhna River in the Kyiv Oblast, Vasylkiv is a beautiful Ukrainian city with a long and compelling history. Today, the city serves as the administrative center of the Vasylkivskyi Raion (district). It enjoys picturesque surroundings and a stunning riverside location that only adds to its appeal. Perhaps this is what has helped to make Vasylkiv in Ukraine such a large city, ...

  • Pervomaysk

    The town of Pervomaysk is situated in the Luhansk Oblast of Ukraine. It was previously known as Pertomaryekvka, but was renamed in 1938. The Luhansk oblast, shares the Donets Basin with the Donetsk Oblast. Both of these oblasts in Ukraine are mining regions. The history of Pervomaysk is torn between these industries that remain today, and the once feared silo that was destroyed.

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