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Ukrainian Tourist Attractions Kiev

«Ukrainian Tourist Attractions Kiev»

Kiev is the largest and most populous city in Ukraine and is known as the cultural center of Islam.  Located in the northern part of central Ukraine on the Nipper River, it is the industrial, scientific and educational heart of Eastern Europe. Kiev is named after Ki, one of the four legendary founders of the city.  It is the oldest city in Eastern Europe, and although it has been inhabited for centuries, its official history dates back to the 5th century AD, with its humid continental climate and summer heat in June, July and  You can experience August and winter snow in December, January and February in Ukraine.

“Esteghlal Square” is the central square of Kiev and one of the main squares of the city.  Many political events take place in this square and that is why it is called the square.  The square is known around the world as a place where supporters of Yushchenko and the Orange Revolution had temporarily settled over the weekend.  The square is the center of Kiev’s gatherings. The St. Sophia Church is the oldest church in Kiev, built in 1037 by order of the powerful leader of Kiev, King Baroslav, and later buried there. 13 golden domes are located on top of a series of white towers and the best place to watch them is the 75 meter bell tower at the entrance of the complex.  Outside the gates of the complex is a statue in memory of Bogdan Melnitsky, who liberated Kiev in the 17th century and gave it to the Russian Empire. The church is located in Sofiskaya Square “Kiev Pechersky Monastery”.

This unique complex, built on the beaches of Dabir, has a very attractive architecture.  Beneath the Golden Dome of the Churches is a network of catacombs lit by candlelight, where Ukrainian saints are placed in glass coffins. The Bolkakov Museum An interesting and unusual view of the life of the most famous author  Kiev, Mikhail Bolkakov as a young boy inside the museum focuses on the White Guard, whose biography dates back to the Russian Civil War in Kiev, and focuses on masterpieces such as Mr. and Macarita The Chernobyl National Museum is a blend of works of art about the tragedy.  The Chernobyl nuclear giant is the tools of the desert and models of brave rescuers and firefighters who died along the way.  Dozens of ceiling-mounted signs commemorate cities that have been evacuated and are still life-threatening.«”St. Michael’s Monastery with Golden Domes» This monastery was built on the west bank of the Nipper River and is known as the commercial and financial area of ​​the city. The monastery was originally built by Sviatobuk Airbuslavij in the Middle Ages.  While the interior design of the monastery remains in its original Byzantine style, its exterior was rebuilt in the 18th century in the Ukrainian Baroque style.

“National Museum of Patriotic War History 1941-1945”.

A collection commemorating Ukraine’s controversial participation in World War II, when the Nazis halved Ukraine’s population.  With more than 300,000 works, as well as a 62-meter sculpture made of titanium and symbolizing the motherland, this collection is one of the largest museums in Ukraine.

«The State Aviation Museum»

This museum, located at the old Giuliani Airport and in front of its terminal in the industrial area, houses many civil and military aircraft, including the N-2 and TU-104.

 

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