Welcome to Kyiv

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Kiev, one of the best place to visit.

Each country has unique history and fade. Ukraine is not an exception, but a bright approval to these words. We would like to invite you to the country, where people are always happy to meet their guests, the country where you will be met with smile and sincere Ukrainian hospitality, and the country where you may found out how to be happy and joyful! Ukraine – the land of emotions! Here you may feel yourself as a baby in a toy’s store, where you are allowed to choose whatever you wish, where your biggest baby-dream to make a fascinating journey to the Dreamland will come true. Welcome to Kiev, the capital of Ukraine and a city that is rapidly emerging from the doldrums of its Soviet past. Like many developing cities, it is running at two speeds. You can dine in restaurants with prices that would shock New Yorkers, or join the masses in MacDonald’s on Khreschatyk Street. It’s has something for everyone. Kiev is one of the biggest cities in Europe. It is a bustling capital of independent Ukraine, its administrative, economic, scientific, cultural and educational center. This scenic city with population of over 3 million people is located on the shores of the Dnepr River. Kiev is a city of invaluable historical and cultural monuments, a city of great events and outstanding people. Everyone will find there something especially interesting for himself. The art and architecture of Kiev are considered world treasures. Many famous artists, poets and writers estimated the unique beauty of this city. The most renowned landmarks include: Cathedral of St. Sophia with outstanding mosaics and frescoes dating back to the 11th century; Kievo-Percherskaya Lavra featuring several monasteries and cathedrals; Golden Gate of Kiev, Ukrainian Baroque Church of St. Andrew; the magnificent 19th-century Cathedral of St. Vladimir; and many other attractions. Kiev is often referred to as the mother of all cities by Ukrainians. It is one of the oldest...
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