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secrets of the Kyiv metro
26 Nov

16 Secrets of the Kyiv Metro

Every day, the subway of Ukrainian capital carries about one and a half million people. Traveling along the route “home-work-home”, few people know what secrets are hidden by the Kiev Metro. Today we will reveal the most interesting of them. 16 Secrets of the Kyiv Metro You didn't Know Yellow branch   Everyone knows that in Kiev there are three metro lines - red, blue and green. However, few people realize there is also supposed to be the yellow one, which should have connected the right and left banks of the Dnieper and run from...

13 Nov

10 Most Beautiful Kyiv Mansions

Kiev is a city with rich and beautiful architecture. Many beautiful old Kyiv mansions built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries that still adorn the city have survived in Kiev. We offer an overview of the most beautiful objects in our opinion. Apartment building of Sirotkin Sirotkin’s House is an architectural monument, one of the most beautiful buildings in the center of Kiev. The mansion was built in 1902 according to the project of the architect Karl Schimann in the Neo-Renaissance style. At that time, it was the tallest house...

Jewish Kyiv - History of famous Jews
30 Sep

Jewish Kyiv – 10 Interesting Facts about Jews in Ukraine

The Jewish history of Kiev, which dates back at least 10 centuries, is full of various memorable moments - one of the largest Jewish communities in Ukraine which financed many urban development projects was formed and flourished here; the largest pogroms and tragedy of Babyn Yar took place here. Many philanthropists, politicians, people of science and art were born or lived and made a career in Kiev and its suburbs – starting with the famous sugar industrialist and philanthropist Lazar Brodsky and the first woman as Prime Minister of Israel...

Is Ukraine dangerous for tourists
24 Aug

Is Ukraine dangerous for tourists?

In 2012, Euro 2012 was held in Ukraine; that sharply and rapidly increased the influx of foreign tourists into our country. In this article, we will explain why after a few years the number of tourists decreased by 15 times, and Ukraine became dangerous for foreign tourists. Reasons why it is dangerous in Ukraine The fact that foreigners have become less likely to Travel to Kiev is also evidenced by the data of the State Statistics Committee, according to which 232 thousand tourists visited Ukraine in 2013, whereas in 2015 the number...

16 Aug

Incoming Tour Operator to Ukraine Guide me UA – Travel to Ukraine

Traveling in Ukraine is unforgettable adventure, immersion in its magnificent history and active rest in the vast expanses of our homeland. In Ukraine, any kind of rest is available - from skiing or boarding in the Carpathians to extreme rafting on the river or visiting Chernobyl; from informative tours in Kiev and Lviv to parties in vibrant Odessa. Incoming Tour Operators to Ukraine will help make your trip to Ukraine comfortable and stress-free. With Incoming Tour Operator Guide me UA you can choose your perfect option for vacation in Ukraine for...

Kyiv on Christmas - Travel Packages to Ukraine Kyiv, Carpathian Mountains and Lviv
11 Aug

Kyiv on Christmas – Travel Packages to Ukraine: Kyiv, Carpathian Mountains and Lviv

Christmas is a holiday filled with some magic and fairy tale, and for each of us it is very special miracle. At this wonderful time, everything is filled all the kinds of holiday emotions; everybody anticipate some miracle to happen; preparations for the new beginning and new adventures are on the streets and in the houses; this festive bustle adds even more New Year's mood. It is more than likely that many of you are tired of celebrating Christmas at home, or you are tired of welcoming the guests, cooking,...

1 Jul

Why Kyiv Prince Volodymyr is NO Better than Harvey Weinstein

In the chronicles, the great conqueror and reformer is also called a great debaucher. The Prince had six wives and hundreds of concubines. He treated women same as power - he craved and commandeered. In 972, Prince Svyatoslav died in the ambush of nomads near the island of Khortytsa. Five years later, his eldest sons - Yaropolk and Oleg - begin the first in the Kievan Rus internecine war. Volodymyr, the youngest son of the Prince, who was given born by slave Malusha, decides not to participate in the conflict and flees...

Yaroslav the Wise of Kiev
20 Jun

Yaroslav the Wise – Prince of Kyiv

This year Ukraine at the state level celebrates the 1000th anniversary of the reign of Yaroslav the Wise. The millennial jubilee since the beginning of the reign of Yaroslav the Wise, the Grand Duke of Kievan Rus is on the top of the list of anniversaries approved by the Verkhovna Rada; in 2019, Ukraine celebrates it at the state level. The Birth of the Grand Duke of Kiev Russia However, the very story of Yaroslav's birth - although typical for the early Middle Ages resembles adventurous knight's novel. Before joining the battle with...

Stalin crimes of Soviet regime against Ukraine
17 Jun

5 Greatest Crimes of Soviet Regime during the Second World War

Deeds and actions of Soviet authorities, both before and after the Second World War, were marked by a series of violent actions against the civilian population. Often references to the Bolshevik atrocities of 1939-1941 drown in the streams of pathetic speeches about "Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War". So in this article we will talk about five greatest crimes of Soviet regime against the peaceful population of Ukraine during the Second World War. Mass murders of arrested in prisons [caption id="attachment_7960" align="aligncenter" width="700"] NKVD (Russian abbreviation for People’s...

Facts about Ukraine
13 Jun

15 Incredibly Interesting Facts Nobody Knows about Ukraine

Ukraine is becoming more attractive for foreign tourists and we decided to collect information that you did not know about it. So, here are 15 Incredibly Interesting Facts Nobody Knows about Ukraine. 1. First Constitution in the World It was Philip Orlik, Ukrainian who created the first constitution in the world. April 5, 1710 he was elected Hetman of the Zaporozhian Army. On the same day, the Constitution of the rights and freedoms of the Zaporozhian Army was published. In the United States, the Constitution was adopted in 1787, in France and Poland...

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