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Walking through the streets of Odessa

Odessa is a city on the northwestern coast of the Black Sea, the largest port in Ukraine, a major industrial, cultural, scientific, and resort center, the third most populous city in the country.

Odessa is presented mainly by architecture of the 19th-20th centuries. Let’s walk through the streets of the city and explore some of its numerous sights. Photos by Alexander Lipilin

The Opera and Ballet Theater

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Potocki Palace (1805-1810)

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The House with the Atlanteans

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Deribasovskaya Street

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Hotel “Passage”

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Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral rebuilt in 2002. In 1936, it was blown up by a decision of the Soviet authorities.

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Catherine Square

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–°olonnade

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Duke de Richelieu Monument

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Odessa Seaport

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Potemkin Stairs

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Odessa City Hall

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Archaeological Museum

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Philharmonic

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Library

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Medical University

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Arabic Cultural Center

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Ukrainian Orthodox Church

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Odessa Railway Station

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Holy Dormition Monastery

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Sunken Ships and Dead Sailors Memorial

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