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This excellent video was shot in Kyiv last summer. You can get a bird’s eye view of the main local sights.
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Some fortifications on this place probably existed even in the times of Kievan Rus’. But the stone castle was built by Lithuanian princes Koriatovichi. The photos were taken by Alexandr Shvab.
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This village was the center of the Old Believers in Bukovina. The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Old Believers, built in 1900-1908 by the means of Moscow merchant Gleb Ovsyannikov in honor of his son Alexander, is the main attraction of this place.
The town is known for its old wooden church of St. Michael the Archangel, built in 1754. It is one of the finest examples of Galician folk architecture school. The photos were taken by Maxim Ritus.
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A few posts ago, we have seen the Ukrainian Carpathians in summer and now let’s go back in cold and snowy winter.
In general, winters in the Ukrainian Carpathians are not severe, the sun shines often and the weather is clear. Average winter temperatures in the mountains are 10-15 degrees Celsius below zero, sometimes it is very cold (up to 30 degrees below zero).
Zalishchyky is a small resort town with a population of less than 10 thousand people located in a picturesque valley on the left bank of the Dniester River. It looks like that the Dniester River dances around this unique town situated in the south of Ternopil region.
It may even seem that just a little more and the river is going to strangle the town. Due to the high banks of the Dniester River, Zalishchyky has a climate close to the Mediterranean climate. Zalishchyky on Google Maps. The photos were taken by Igor Melika.
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Snow rarely falls in Odessa in winter time. Classic winter weather in the city is overcast and rain. But even in this time of the year, you can find something positive.
For example, let’s look at some sights of Odessa from an unusual angle, keeping our heads down, and Odessa puddles can help us in this. The photos were taken by Vitaliy Milevich
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Kharkov is the largest city in eastern Ukraine, the second most populous city in the country (population about 1.5 million). In 2012, it was one of four cities in Ukraine that hosted UEFA European Football Championship Euro 2012.
During Soviet times, the city was the largest production center of tanks, tractors, turbines and the third largest industrial, scientific and transport center of the Soviet Union after Moscow and Leningrad. The photos were taken by Paul Itkin
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The main attractions of Ivano-Frankivsk are located in the central part of the city, near Rynok (Market) Square. Therefore, it will take only about 2-3 hours to see all the main historical and architectural monuments. The following photos of the city were taken by Alex Shvab
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The railway museum was opened at the Kyiv railway station in 2011. It presents an exhibition of historic locomotives and wagons.
The museum highlights different stages in the development of rail transport in Ukraine: pre-revolutionary, Soviet, and modern. The exhibition features locomotives, passenger and freight cars, and some other railway exhibits. Photos by maxiwell83
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