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  • Culture

    Famous People

    There are many famous people in Ukraine who have a large following, not only in their own country, but also in other parts of the world. Their achievements may encompass a variety of fields but they are loved and celebrated by their people and fans across educational and cultural divides. Many famous people from Ukraine have worked really hard to reach their various accomplishments and some ...

  • Chernihiv Oblast

    Nizhyn

    Nizhyn is a small town in the Chernihiv Oblast that is home to approximately 80 000 inhabitants. It lies near the Oster River and is quite diverse for a town of its size. Many historical events and noteworthy sights make Nizhyn an interesting and fascinating town to visit. Tourists that explore the Chernihiv Oblast, will not be disappointed.

  • Lviv Oblast

    Radekhiv

    Radekhiv has a population of approximately 9,500 people, and is located in the Lviv Oblast of Ukraine. It has recently become a popular tourist destination that offers visitors tours of their most noteworthy Ukrainian attractions and has a vast variety of hotels and accommodation available. One of the sights in Radekhiv, that should not be missed, is the Stone Synagogue that was ...

  • Rivne Oblast

    Korets

    Along the Korchyk River in the Rivne Oblast, lies the quaint town of Korets. You will not find this picturesque town on most maps and it has a mere population of approximately 8,500 residents. Its size should not discourage visitors from exploring this spectacular town as it overflows with a fascinating history and many noteworthy sights to discover.

  • 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 ...

  • Zhytomyr Oblast

    Zhytomyr

    The city of Zhytomyr is the capital of the Zhytomyr Oblast. Zhytomyr covers an area of approximately 65 square kilometers and has an estimated population of 280 000 residents. It is a part of the Zhytomyr Oblast which has a history extending back to the ice age. Not only is it a significant transportation center that links the region to Kiev, but it holds important links to Ukraine’s ...

  • Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast

    Tysmenytsia

    The town of Tysmenytsia is located on the banks of the Vorona River, in the region of Ukraine known as the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast. It has been established through historical documents that the town has been in existence since 1143 and fell under the rule of the Polish in the 14th century. Tysmenytsia received its Magdeburg Rights in the year 1449, but was completely destroyed in the years of ...

  • Zhytomyr Oblast

    Malyn

    Malyn, also spelled Malin, is a small city located in the Zhytomyr Oblast. It has an estimated population of 28 000 residents and lies 150 kilometers outside of Kiev. One of its greatest responsibilities is that Malyn is home to a monitoring station for seismic activity. It might sound like a trivial job, but it was not set up to measure the vibrations in the earth, but rather to monitor ...