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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
Tags: Vinnitsa city
Of course, Viktor Yanukovych didn’t buy all these cars himself. They are the gifts received while he was President.
Eventually, there were so many gifts, that a special building was constructed for them. Now everybody can attend the former residence of Yanukovych in Mezhigorie (about 30 km north of Kyiv) and admire this collection. Photos by horoshiyblog
Tags: Kiev city
“Bugsky Gard” natural park is located in the picturesque valley of the Southern Bug River in Nikolaev region.
The park was created not so long ago, in 2009, to preserve the unique wildlife and historical and cultural complexes of Ukrainian south. This park is definitely one of the most picturesque places of Ukraine.
When you walk past these abandoned vintage cars of the last century, you can’t make yourself say that it is just a dump or a pile of rusty iron.
Unfortunately, these vintage cars won’t be restored and won’t get a “second life”. Photos by Oleg Grigoryev
The architecture of Lviv, almost not affected during the wars of the 20th century, reflects many European styles of different historical epochs.
After fires in 1527 and 1556, there are almost no traces of Gothic Lviv, but later epochs (Renaissance, Baroque, and Classicism) are well presented.
The historic center of Lviv with architectural monuments of the 14th-17th centuries is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Photos by anderver
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Djur-Djur (meaning “water-water” on Armenian language) is the most full-flowing waterfall in the Crimea located in Alushta region near Generalskoye village at an altitude of 468 meters above sea level.
This waterfall doesn’t dry out even in the dry season. Photo by Ilya Melikhov
Tags: Crimea Republic