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Other Great Outdoors
“The giant monument made with inox steel. You may enter inside and climb on the top of it's shield. ”
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Bus Station
“Look for caves guided tours here! Must see in Eastern Europe. Also known as the Kiev Monastery of the Caves, is a historic Orthodox Christian monastery which gave its name to one of the city districts where it is located in Kiev. Since its foundation as the cave monastery in 1051[5] the Lavra has been a preeminent center of Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe. Together with the Saint Sophia Cathedral, it is inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.”
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Park
“Forest in the center of the city, walking trails and rare trees with entrance free part, botanical garden. Best place to walk.”
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Night Club
“Caribbean Club - is a cult place in Kiev, where the merged chic west and fiery Latin rhythms. The most striking shows, exciting energy and the best musical performances in Kyiv. From the first days of opening Caribbean Club attracted people with its unique atmosphere, friendly staff and great music. Having earned a positive reputation, the night club at the top of popularity among the people of Kiev, the city of visitors, and especially - the foreigners. Since 2013 Caribbean Club turned the page of its rich night life, and got its new incarnation, expressed in a modern concert hall. So there is a new place for the true connoisseurs of quality music. ”
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Park
“Full street of restaurant. Beach of Dnepr river. Nice big place to have fun, simply have a rest, walk, relax.”
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Nature
“There is a place in the center of Kyiv, which is hidden from the crowded streets by houses from the one side and pleasant to the eye by the breathtaking view of historic Kyiv and the mighty Dnieper from the other. It is the Landscape alley, having become stamping ground for Kyiv residents and exciting walking itinerary for tourists. Alley is located on the Old Kyiv Hill, which was the center of ancient Kyiv long ago. Today, walking along with the Ukrainian capital, turn off from the crowded Velyka Zhytomyrska Street to the stone arch and you find yourself in the world of childhood, fairy tale, and imagination. On the one hand, you get a magnificent view on Podil, Dnieper River and Castle Hill (Zamkova Hora). On the other, bizarre beasts and fantastic characters “live” there which fascinate both children and adults. In addition to the cute benches as a rabbit, cat, crow, covered with mosaic, you can see the angels on the pillows, “cheerful elephant” fountain, zebras in love. There is 30 meters “cat-centipede” along the wall. Climb up to his mouth and made the original pseudo-extreme photo of yourself in the jaws of a giant blue cat.”
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Park
“Volodymyrska Hill or Saint Volodymyr Hill (Ukrainian: “Volodymyrska hirka”, Russian: Влади́мирская горка, Vladimirskaya gorka) is a large 10.6 hectares (0.106 km) park located on the steep right-bank of the Dnipro River in central Kiev (Kyiv), the capital of Ukraine. Its most famous and prominent landmark is the monument to St. Volodymyr of Kiev. The monument, with its prominent location and overlooking the scenic panorama of the left-bank of Kiev, has since become one of the symbols of Kiev, often depicted in paintings and photographic works of the city. Volodymyrska Hill park was established in the mid-19th century, its name reflecting the monument to St. Volodymyr of Kiev which was erected in 1853 in the park.”
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Botanical Garden
“You may take bus 62, and go directly there. In winter time, azalias are blossoming, and from spring to late autumn orchards, flowerbeds and reconstructed ecosystems from all over the world will keep you relaxed. There is also a playground for kids. ”
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Department Store
“Built in 1936 and survived WW2, Central Department Store (TsUM) of Kyiv was renovated in 2017. Great food court on 7th floor!! ”
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Monastery
“The sky-blue St. Michael's Cathedral, with its fabulously shining domes, is one of the most beautiful and important Orthodox temples in Ukraine. Built in the 90s, it is a remake of the destroyed St. Michael's Cathedral, which stood on the territory of the oldest monastery of Kyivan Rus for over eight centuries. The grandson of Yaroslav the Wise, Prince Sviatopolk, founded the cathedral in the early 12th century. It is named in honor of St. Michael - the protector of Kyiv. Its nickname, the Golden-Domed Cathedral, comes from the fact that was is the first and only church with such extravagant domes in ancient Rus.”
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Ukrainian Restaurant
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“Cheap canteen with a vast range of Ukrainian dishes, self service. Try 'Chicken Kiev' , varenyki and cherry pancakes.”
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Sculpture Garden
“If you are around these places do not miss a walk along Peizazhna Alley - one of my favorite places in Kiev (although got a bit touristy in recent years). Great views of the river and the left bank. Buy fresh coffee from one of many small vendors, or if you are more adventures, take the concrete stairs (that go under a path) and have a small picnic on the hills overlooking the city.”
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Place to shop
“The oldest city market in Kiev. Pre-soviet era architecture and best food choice. Must see. Must buy. :) ”
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Historic Site
“The Golden Gate of Kyiv was the main gate in the 11th century fortifications of Kyiv, the capital of Kievan Rus'. It was named in imitation of the Golden Gate of Constantinople. The structure was dismantled in the Middle Ages, leaving few vestiges of its existence. It was rebuilt completely by the Soviet authorities in 1982, though no images of the original gates have survived. The decision has been immensely controversial because there were many competing reconstructions of what the original gate might have looked like. The rebuilt structure on the corner of Volodymyr street and Yaroslaviv Val Street contains a branch of the National Sanctuary "Sophia of Kyiv" museum. The name Zoloti Vorota is also used for a nearby theater and the Zoloti Vorota station of the Kiev Metro”
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Church
“St. Andrew's Church is a major Baroque church located in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The church was constructed between 1747 and 1754, to a design by the Italian architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli. It is sometimes referred to as a cathedral. The church is part of the National Sanctuary "Sophia of Kyiv" as a landmark of cultural heritage. The church has no bells, as according to legend, their noise would cause flooding of the left part of the city. St Andrew's Church overlooks the historic Podil neighborhood, situated on a steep hill to which the church gave its current name—Andriyivska Hill. It is currently one of four architectural landmarks of Ukraine, which were put down on the List of Mankind Treasures of Five Continents by the world society.”
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Church
“The most famous cathedral in Kiev is Vladimirsky. The main temple of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church was erected for 20 years from 1862 to 1882. The temple, executed in the Russian-Byzantine style, inside is richly painted by famous artists of that time: V. Vasnetsov, M. Nestorov, M. Vrubel, V. Zamirailo, S. Kostenko, N. Pimonenko.”
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