Syretsky park was laid out as a park with a children’s railway. Small South Western Railway (Kyiv Children’s Railway) is a narrow-gauge railway, and an institution of non-formal education in Kyiv, where children are trained in the rail industry.
The length of the railroad is 2.8 km. The trains (Tu-7 and an old German Gr-336) run between two stations: “Vyshen’ka” (“Cherry Tree”) and “Yablun’ka” (“Apple Tree”). You can find this park on Shamryl Street, 4. The nearest metro stations: “Dorohozhychi”, “Beresteiska”, “Shulyavska”.
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In these days, Dovzhenko and Rakoczy streets, and also Pushkin Square, which are sometimes called Sakura Alley, turn into a fantastic Garden of Eden.
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Lviv, an incredibly beautiful and atmospheric city, is pleasant to walk. It has the largest number of architectural monuments in Ukraine.
The special charm is to walk along the old streets in the evening, when the lights are lit. It looks as if you are in a fairy tale, or in the past. The streets are especially beautiful after the rain, when wet cobblestone looks awesome. Photos by: Nickolay Khoroshkov.
Just before the thunderstorm. In the distance you can see the lightning.
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The first line of Dnepropetrovsk subway with 6 stations (7.1 km) was opened December 29, 1995. It was the first subway in the former Soviet Union opened after its collapse. Since then, the number of stations hasn’t changed.
Dnepropetrovsk subway is not a popular form of transport. The situation could be better if it reached at least the center of the city.
The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine made a great video presentation “Ukraine. Open for U,” which demonstrates the potential of the country and its citizens.
Today, Ukraine provides great opportunities for investments with its highly-skilled professionals, proximity to the core transport hubs of the region and being driven by a new generation of leaders.
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Nevytsky Castle is located near the village of Kamyanytsya in Zakarpattia region, 12 km north-east of Uzhhorod. The castle was built in the 13th century on a hill above the Uzh River valley in place of an earlier wooden fortress.
In 1241, it was destroyed by the Mongol-Tatar’s hordes, but, in the second half of the 13th century, it was restored.
It is the northernmost regional center of Ukraine, the historical center of left-bank Ukraine, and one of the oldest cities in the country first mentioned in 907. Chernihiv is recognized as one of the most eco-friendly cities in Ukraine.
Transfiguration Cathedral founded in 1033-1034
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The park was founded by the local entrepreneur Ivan Suslov in 1996. Thousands of tourists come here to enjoy the beautiful countryside and views.
Synevir is the most famous and largest lake in the Ukrainian Carpathians, located in the upper reaches of the Tereblya River, in Mizhgirya district of Zakarpattia region. The area of its water surface is about 4-5 hectares. The lake is rich with trout, but fishing is prohibited.
It is located at an altitude of 989 meters above sea level, the average depth – 10-12 m, the maximum depth – 24 meters. In 1989, the areas surrounding the lake became the National Park Synevyr. Lake Synevyr on Google Maps. Photos by: anderver.
Due to its very convenient geographical location (40-50 km from the border with Hungary and Slovakia, and 90-100 km from Romania and Poland), Mukachevo is a major transportation hub. This relatively small town is worth a visit to see its historic center and castle. Photos by: camrador.
The Town Hall (1904) – the most recognizable building in Mukachevo