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Jun/21

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Gambling in Ukraine

Are you going to vacation in Ukraine? If you are planning on traveling to the country, it is important that you learn and pay attention to the laws there. Indeed, they are likely to be different from some in your native country. After all, the last thing you want to do is get in trouble when you are on holiday.

In particular, a popular question that a lot of people ask is; is gambling legal in Ukraine? This is an activity that has become very popular in recent years and particularly online. So, if this is something that you enjoy, you want to learn about what the laws say in Ukraine. Let’s take a closer look.

Gambling in Ukraine

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May/21

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Aircraft Cemetery in Poltava, Ukraine

Poltava Aircraft Cemetery is a former tactical military airfield located about 8 km northwest of the city of Poltava. It is one of two landing strips close to Poltava, the other being Poltava Airport.

The landing strip was once used to prepare Soviet pilots. Previously, this territory was the Pokryshkin Flight Training Center. It was one of the best flight schools, which trained combat pilots for three air regiments based in Zaporozhye.

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May/20

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Top-Rated Restaurants in Kyiv

Tourists flock to Ukraine’s capital year-round for a variety of reasons: culture, art, architecture, and savory, good food. A trip to Kyiv is never complete unless you get a taste of what its best restaurants offer.

We’ve compiled a quick list of the top-rated restaurants in Kyiv. These places have garnered acclaim both from professional food critics and independent, travel aficionados. Their dining areas are conducive for other activities as well, like placing your bets in your favorite casino games at SCR888.

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With the world on lockdown, many of us have been entertaining ourselves by finding online activities. A welcome pastime to enjoying the indoors is engaging in sports betting platforms like SBOBET. Another is plotting our next destination while we wait for the quarantine to tide over.

With so many popular tourist attractions around the globe, how do you decide? While Italy, Greece, and Hawaii rank among the top vacation destinations, Ukraine’s scenic landscapes and great outdoor activities rival the best holiday spots.

Since 2017, Ukraine has attracted over 14 million tourists to its majestic mountains, picturesque coastlines, and long-winding grapevines. Let’s take a look at what Ukrainian outdoors offer.

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Zaporozhye aluminum combine is an industrial enterprise of the metallurgical industry of Ukraine, the only producer of primary aluminum in the country.

The construction of an aluminum plant in Zaporozhye began in 1930. The plant became the first enterprise of the Soviet aluminum industry. The first aluminum ingots were produced in 1933. Before the Second World War, it was the largest aluminum smelter in Europe. Zaporozhye aluminium combine on Google Maps. Photos by: Lana Sator.

Zaporozhye Aluminium Combine, Ukraine - a Decaying Industrial Giant, photo 1

post-apocalyptic industrial views

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May 25, 2019, in Kyiv, a new pedestrian-bicycle bridge connecting the People’s Friendship Arch and Saint Volodymyr Hill was officially opened.

The bridge offers impressive views of the center of the Ukrainian capital and the Dnieper River. The length of this bridge made of concrete, iron and glass is 212 meters, the width ranges from 6 meters in regular zones to 14 meters in observation zones. Photos by Aleksandr Goncharov for Apostrophe.

New Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge in Kyiv, Ukraine, photo 1

new sight of Kyiv

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There is a number of old castles and fortified palaces all over Ukraine, especially in its western part, and you will need a lot of time to see them all. Since 2017, in the city of Kamianets-Podilskyi located in the Khmelnytsky region, you can do it in half an hour.

“Castles of Ukraine” is an open air miniature museum with beautiful replicas (1:20) of the 16 most famous castles of Ukraine recreated to the smallest detail. The Museum of Miniatures on Google Maps. Photos by: Sergey Zaglinskiy.

Museum of Miniatures Castles of Ukraine in Kamianets-Podilskyi, photo 1

the best Ukrainian castles in one place

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Peizazhna Alley is a recreation area in Kyiv created on the site of the old defense walls of the Upper Town. In 2009, Children Landscape Park was opened here – one of the most impressive and unusual places in the city. It is a great place for both kids and adults where you can take a lot of nice pictures.

The alley starts from the observation deck near the National Museum of History of Ukraine. It was laid in the early 1980s to allow tourists enjoy the views of Podil and the Dnieper from the height of the historic Upper Town. Peizazhna Alley in Kyiv on Google Maps. Photos by: Alex Cheban.

Children Landscape Park, Kyiv, Ukraine, photo 1

bizarre park in the center of Kyiv

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Korostyshivsky quarry is a picturesque flooded granite quarry located on the outskirts of the town of Korostyshiv in the Zhytomyr region, about 100 km west of Kyiv.

The landscape around the quarry is unusual, the shore is covered with spruces and birches, which resembles Karelia. The height of the rocks reaches about 10 m, the depth of the artificial lake is up to 20 m. This place has become a popular object of industrial tourism. Korostyshiv Quarry on Google Maps. Photos by: Igor Golovach.

Abandoned and Flooded Korostyshivsky Quarry, Ukraine, photo 1

walk along the shore of an artificial lake

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More than 30 years passed since the day of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident and the “temporary evacuation” of the residents of the town of Pripyat located in the immediate vicinity of the station, about 150 km north of Kyiv.

Over the years, the streets of Pripyat turned into a real forest. It will be another 10 to 15 years and the buildings will collapse massively. Therefore, if you want to visit this unique place, then you should go in the near future because everything will only get worse. Photos by: Alexander Belenkiy.

Pripyat, Ukraine - 32 years after evacuation, photo 1

explore the abandoned town of Pripyat

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