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Monuments

Monuments in Ukraine. Must see places and monuments in Ukraine. Articles about monuments in different cities of Ukraine

  1. Kutuzov Park in Volodarsk-Volynskyi

    Kutuzov Park in Volodarsk-Volynskyi

    While on a trip to Volodarsk-Volynskyi, you should definitely pay a visit to one of its most picturesque sights. On the bank of Irshava river there is a park named after Field Marshall Mikhail Golenishchev-Kutuzov. This place made history thanks to the

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    2013-04-20  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Sightseeing  Nature 
  2. Monument to Chasing Two Hares in Kiev

    Monument to Chasing Two Hares in Kiev

    In the very centre of the capital of Ukraine in Desyatinnaya street, to the left from the old Andrew’s Church, there is a unique monument to Pronya Prokopovna Serkova and Svirid Petrovich Golokhvastov. These people are characters from one of the

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    2013-04-17  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Sightseeing 
  3. Monument to Princess Olga in Kiev

    Monument to Princess Olga in Kiev

    This sculpture group is situated in front of an old St. Michael cathedral (Kiev, Mikhailovskaya square). In the centre of the group stands the Great Princess Olga, who was and remains the only woman in Ukraine who has ever ruled the country. On the right

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    2013-04-11  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Sightseeing 
  4. Monument to Zheglov and Sharapov in Kiev

    Monument to Zheglov and Sharapov in Kiev

    Near Kiev MIA you can see bronze figures of Gleb Zheglov and his partner Vladimir Sharapov, who are the characters from a popular movie Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed. The bronze sculpture group with the same name was opened there in 2009. The opening

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    2013-04-05  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Sightseeing 
  5. Obelisk of the Hero-city Kiev

    Obelisk of the Hero-city Kiev

    Kiev received the honorable name of Hero-city over 50 years ago, in 1961. At the same time the capital of Soviet Socialist Ukraine was given the second Order of V. Lenin's. A Decree of Presidium of the USSR Supreme Council, which was issued in May of

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    2013-03-27  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Sightseeing 
  6. Monument to Sunken Ships in Sevastopol

    Monument to Sunken Ships in Sevastopol

    The Monument to Sunken Ships was founded in Sevastopol, on a manually created from roughly processed granite blocks island in 1905. It is located in Primorsky boulevard in 10 meters from the seashore. The installation of the monument was timed to match

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    2013-03-24  Comments 
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  7. Malakhov Kurgan in Sevastopol

    Malakhov Kurgan in Sevastopol

    Malakhov Kurgan is a place that is known far beyond Ukrainian borders. This 97-meter height was twice used as a place for tremendous battles. The name Malakhov Kurgan is first mentioned in the general outline of Sevastopol in 1851. Historians believe

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    2013-03-23  Comments 
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  8. Mermaid sculpture in Mishor beach

    Mermaid sculpture in Mishor beach

    Not far from the central beach of Mishor, right in the sea, there is a bronze sculpture of a woman who is rising from the waves while holding a baby and resting her hand on a rock. She looks in the direction of the beach. The sculpture is known as Mishor

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    2013-03-23  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Sightseeing 
  9. Bath of Princess Olga in Korosten

    Bath of Princess Olga in Korosten

    Olga’s Baths, which are located in the centre of Korosten in the city park of culture and recreation named after Ostrovsky, is a natural and historical landmark. Baths occupy about 100 square meters. They consist of two large chunks of pink granite,

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    2013-02-23  Comments 
    Tags:  Monuments  Nature 
  10. “Saur-Grave” memorial

    “Saur-Grave” memorial

    In one of the highest spots in Donetsk region, Shakhtersk, there is a mound called Saur-Grave. Its altitude reaches 299.9 m. This mound is a remnant of one of the spurs of the famous Donetsk range, which was blurred over time. It consists mainly of

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    2013-02-22  Comments 
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