Kyiv is the capital and largest city of Ukraine standing on the Dnieper River in the north of the central part of the country. It is the seventh most populous city in Europe.
One of the features of Kyiv is a large amount of greenery. It may even seem that these are not the city’s parks, but the city itself is located in the middle of a huge park. See for yourself! Photos by Alexander Cheban
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Yesterday, August 24, the Ukrainians were celebrating Independence Day. In honor of this day, in the center of Kyiv, the parade of vyshyvankas (traditional Ukrainian clothing with elements of ethnic embroidery) was held.
Representatives of 18 regions of the country took part in the parade. Photos by maxiwell83
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Tonight unidentified people painted the star on one of Stalin’s skyscrapers in the center of Moscow in the colors of Ukrainian flag and raised the Ukrainian flag over it.
At about 10 am, the worker climbed to the top of the building (180 meters), made a selfie and removed the flag. Photos by Ilya Varlamov
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Koropets, a small town located in Monastirsky district of Ternopil region, is known for the elegant palace of Count Stanislav Badeni built in the early 19th century.
Originally, the building was designed in classic style. In 1906, Count Stanislav Badeni rebuilt an old palace in the style of Viennese Renaissance.
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Svyatogorsk Holy Dormition Lavra is an Orthodox monastery standing on the right high bank of the Seversky Donets River in Svyatogorsk town of Donetsk region.
The monastery is an important center of Orthodoxy in eastern Ukraine and southern Russia. Photo by horoshiyblog
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This unique museum contains all sorts of retro artifacts – from vintage cars to phonographs and gramophones.
The entrance to the museum is well seen from the main street of Vinnitsa – Sobornaya Street, near the bridge across the Southern Bug River. The entrance fee is only 10 hryvnias (less than 1 USD). Photos by Miracle Maker
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“The Tunnel of Love” is a natural monument of local importance located near the village of Klevan in Rivne region. It is a botanical phenomenon – the green tunnel in woodland created by thickets of trees and shrubs intertwined with each other.
The tunnel is a place of pilgrimage for tourists and couples in love. There are several legends about the tunnel. Some newlyweds plant flowers that symbolize their feelings here. Photos by anderver
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Petrovka village is located about 60 kilometers from Odessa. Middle of an ordinary village, you can suddenly see a beautiful abandoned palace built in the Moorish style.
Recently, the manor ruins were sold at a price of two-bedroom apartment in Odessa (about 80,000 USD). Let’s walk around this beautiful and very unusual place. Photos by Vitaliy Milevich