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All about sightseeing of Ukraine. Historical places, statues and monuments of Ukraine. Best places to visit in Ukraine. Stories and legends about places of interest in Ukraine.

Sightseeing of Ukraine are rich in their diversity and each region can boast of the unforgettable coloring. From the Crimea to the Carpathians there stretches a string of breathtaking castles and churches, palaces and museums, and in many central cities almost every building is an architectural monument.

During your travels and learning the attractions of Ukraine, you can see that the Ukrainian people keep anxiously for centuries and understand the origins of culture and appreciate its depth and attraction and get an unforgettable experience.

  1. The most mysterious dungeons of Ukraine

    The most mysterious dungeons of Ukraine

    Ukraine has lots of fascinating locations that fascinate travelers and adventurers. Do you think you’re an experienced in extreme tourism? Then you need to see Ukrainian underground wonders. Huge tunnels that are several kilometers long can

  2. Filippov’s mansion in Zhitomir

    Filippov’s mansion in Zhitomir

    Zhitomir has a lot of buildings from earlier centuries that are famous not only in Ukraine, but also throughout the world. Since the city was badly damaged during the World War II, only a few architectural monuments managed to survive until nowadays, and

  3. Water tower in Zhitomir

    Water tower in Zhitomir

    The water tower of XIX century is one of the most famous attractions in Zhitomir. It was constructed more than a century ago, at the same time when the first plumbing system was implemented in the city. The tower, which is rising gracefully above the

  4. Monument of Eternal Glory in Zhitomir

    Monument of Eternal Glory in Zhitomir

    The Monument of Eternal Glory, which is located in Zhitomir, in Chernyakhovsky street, was installed there in 1979 to commemorate soldiers, underground fighters and partisans that fought for the independence of Soviet Ukraine. Groups of partisans,

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  5. Fire tower in Zhitomir

    Fire tower in Zhitomir

    Zhitomir was founded in 884 and is located to the west from Kiev. It is one of the oldest cities in Ukraine. Zhitomir has been part of several different states throughout the years of its existence. Originally Zhitomir was part of Kievan Rus, and

  6. Count's theatre in Pavlograd

    Count's theatre in Pavlograd

    Pavlograd is one of the leading industrial cities in Western Donbass region. The city is famous for its plants, and some of them used to produce strategic armor and missiles. However, culture and arts are not as developed as the industry there. The city

  7. St. Sophia church in Zhitomir

    St. Sophia church in Zhitomir

    St. Sophia cathedral is one of the leading attractions of Zhitomir region. Even though the city has always been an Orthodox settlement, there are still plenty of Catholic churches there. It happened because of the time when Zhitomir was captured by

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  8. The grave of ataman Sirko in Kapulovka

    The grave of ataman Sirko in Kapulovka

    In the spring of 1980 a monument to Ivan Sirko, the centurion ataman of Zaporizhya army, was installed in Kapulovka, Dnepropetrovsk region. The monument was created by sculptor V. Shkonda. In the early 1990s a memorial complex of Ivan Sirko was opened to

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  9. The Savior cathedral in Pavlograd

    The Savior cathedral in Pavlograd

    The Holy Face of the Savior cathedral is an architectural monument in Pavlograd, Dnepropetrovsk region. Its history started in 1892, when the first stone was laid into the foundation and the area was consecrated by Archpriest John Sergiev of Kronstadt.

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  10. Assumption church in Novosyolovka

    Assumption church in Novosyolovka

    The wooden Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was founded in Novosyolovka (Novomoskovsk district, Dnepropetrovsk region) in 1780. The construction was initiated by Zaporozhye Cossacks. The church from wood served its parish until 1930s.

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