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  • Spoken Languages

    Status Of Ukrainian Language

    According to the conclusions of many linguists, the Ukrainian language appeared much earlier than the official science believes. According to these researchers, the Ukrainian language is the oldest living Slavic language, and the Russian language is derived from the Ukrainian church language (Church Slavonic).

  • Culture

    Spoken Languages

    As one of the largest crossroads in Europe, Ukraine has a diverse array of spoken languages. More precisely, Ukrainian people speak mostly Russian and Ukrainian languages and about dialects including about the same number of subdialects.

  • Newspaper

    Worldwide, newspapers are an important form of mass media. Newspapers in Ukraine are a vital method of transmitting up-to-date information and news to the entire populace. From Russian to English newspapers in Ukraine, there are over 2,500 to choose from, as well as more than 1,000 magazines. The Ukrainian press has experienced great reforms since independence and today freedom of press is ...

  • Places of Interest

    Arkadia

    Visitors to Odessa flock to the beach-side suburb of Arkadia, where the days are filled with excitement and fun, and the nights never end. It is located approximately fifteen minutes from Odessa’s city center and is known to be the boulevard for parties, festivities and nightclubs in Arkadia. For the young and spirited who come to Odessa, Arkadia is a part of Odessa that few want to miss out ...

  • Crimea Region

    Bakhchisaray

    Come discover Bakhchisaray, an amazing destination in Ukraine. The city of Bakhchisaray was founded at the end of the 15th century and today it has a population of more than 30,000. Bakhchisaray is ideally situated in the large agricultural region of Crimea. There are many charming attractions and places to see in this lovely Crimean town. One of the main tourist attractions in Bakhchisaray ...

  • Donetsk Oblast

    Artemivsk

    Artemivsk, formerly known as Bachmut, is the administrative center for the Artemivsky Raion. It was in 1571 that Bachmut was first established and it was in the late 18th century that it moved up to the status of ‘City’ in the year 1783. The name ‘Bachmut’ was based on the beautiful Bachmutka River, which still lies about 89 kilometers from the Donetsk Oblast. It was not until 1924 that ...

  • Vinnytsya Oblast

    Tomashpil

    Near the banks of the Rusava river lies a town by the name of Tomashpil, or Tomashpol. It falls under the Vinnytsya Oblast and has an estimated population of approximately 6 000 residents. The town's name, when translated directly, means ‘the city of St. Thomas’, and it is also the Tomashpil district's administration sector. The district has many smaller villages that are located ...