94 Sights in Kyiv, Ukraine (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Kyiv, Ukraine. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 94 sights are available in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Sightseeing Tours in Kyiv

1. Taras Shevchenko

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Monument to Taras Shevchenko in Kiev is a monument to the Ukrainian poet and artist Taras Shevchenko in Kiev, located in Shevchenko Park, opposite the Red Corps of Kiev University. Established in 1939 on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the poet's birth. It is one of the symbols of modern Kiev.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Тарасові Шевченку (Київ) (UK)

2. St. Volodymyr's Cathedral

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St Volodymyr's Cathedral is a cathedral in the centre of Kyiv. It is one of the city's major landmarks and was the mother cathedral of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church – Kyiv Patriarchate before the Unification council of the Eastern Orthodox churches of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: St Volodymyr's Cathedral (EN), Website

3. Bohdan Khmelnytsky

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The Bohdan Khmelnytsky Monument is a monument in Kyiv dedicated to Bohdan Khmelnytsky, the first Hetman of the Zaporizhian Host. It was built in 1888 and is one of the oldest sculptural monuments in Kyiv. It is a dominating feature of Sophia Square and one of the city's symbols.

Wikipedia: Bohdan Khmelnytsky Monument, Kyiv (EN)

4. House with Chimeras

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House with Chimaeras or Horodetsky House is an Art Nouveau building located in the historic Lypky neighborhood of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. Situated across the street from the President of Ukraine's office at No. 10, Bankova Street, the building has been used as a presidential residence for official and diplomatic ceremonies since 2005. The street in front of the building is closed off to all automobile traffic, and is now a patrolled pedestrian zone due to its proximity to the Presidential Administration building.

Wikipedia: House with Chimaeras (EN)

5. Lavra

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Kyiv City Art Gallery "Lavra" is the main municipal gallery of the city of Kyiv at the address: st. Lavrskaya, 1, in the historic building of the provision store of the Kiev Fortress. It was opened in 1996. Since 2013, the Kyiv City Art Gallery "Lavra" has been headed by director Tetyana Mironova, art critic, winner of the 2021 Platon Biletsky KONSHU Prize.

Wikipedia: Лавра (галерея) (UK)

6. Замок Річарда — Левине серце

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"Richard Castle - the Lion Heart" - the opeticized name of the house № 15 on the Andreevsky descent - monuments of the beginning of the XX century, built in the style of English Gothic. Named by the people of Kiev in honor of the English king Richard and the lion's heart, the hero of Walter Scott's novel "Ivanhoe". The house in the form of an ancient castle stands on the complex relief of the former chronicle of the hammer below the St. Andrew's Church. The monumental facades are decorated with architectural elements of fortifications-different types of towers, spiers, gear walls and more. On the left side of the house is a tall tower with fortress features.

Wikipedia: Замок Річарда (UK)

7. Музей-квартира Віктора Косенка

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The Victor Kosenko Museum is a museum in Kyiv, Ukraine, which memorializes the life of Victor Kosenko, who was a prominent Ukrainian musician, teacher, and public figure in the early 20th century. The museum opened in 1938, the year of his death, and is housed in the building in which Kosenko lived in the last few months of his life from 11 May 1938 to 3 October 1938. The museum is maintained in its original 1930s style and is a popular tourist destination in the city. In addition, the building is used by the local Union of Composers to host concerts, lectures, and meetings. More than five thousand exhibits are kept in the apartment.

Wikipedia: Victor Kosenko Museum (EN)

8. Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theater

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The Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theater in Kyiv was founded in 1920. It rightfully plays an important role in the history of Ukrainian culture. Real masters worked here and continue to delight their fans: actors, directors, composers, set designers. The repertoire is based on national and World Classics. You can watch performances both on the main stage and in the chamber. Each performance is a separate world, a variety of ways of artistic solution, and unusual Productions. Bohdan Benyuk, Anatoly Khostikoev, Ostap Stupka, Natalia Sumskaya work on the stage of this theater.

Wikipedia: Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theater (EN), Website

9. ЗіС-3

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ZIS-3 is a 76 mm divisional gun. The chief designer was V.M. Grabin. Development of the gun began in May 1941. It entered service on February 12, 1942 with the official name "76-mm divisional gun of the 1942 model" and entered the army in several modifications. The ZIS-3 is the world's first gun assembled on an assembly line and the most massive gun of the German-Soviet war - a total of 103 thousand units were produced in the period from 1942 to 1945. It received the unofficial name "Weapon of Victory". According to some reports, it is still in service in a number of countries.

Wikipedia: ЗІС-3 (UK)

10. Valeriy Lobanovskyi

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Valeriy Lobanovskyi

Valeriy Vasylyovych Lobanovskyi was а Soviet and Ukrainian football player and manager. He was Master of Sports of the USSR, Distinguished Coach of the USSR, and a laureate of the UEFA Order of Merit in Ruby (2002) and FIFA Order of Merit, the highest honour awarded by FIFA. In 2002 he was awarded the Hero of Ukraine award (posthumously), his nation's highest honour, for his contribution to Ukrainian football. In 2008, Lobanovskyi was ranked 6th in Inter's list of the 100 Greatest Ukrainians following a nationwide poll that saw around 2.5 million people casting their votes.

Wikipedia: Valeriy Lobanovskyi (EN)

11. Особняк І.М.Терещенка

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Mansion of Ivan Tereshchenko is a monument of architecture in Shevchenkivskyi district of Kyiv, located on Taras Shevchenko Boulevard, 34/11, at the intersection with Mikhail Kotsiubynskyi street. The building is mainly two-storey, only angle tower with one room is elevated to three floors. The angle is focused in terms of an erker on the second floor. The paradise entrance of the house is located on the part of the Taras Shevchenko boulevard, and the main facade of the mansion is oriented to the boulevard, and the side - to the street of Mikhail Kotsiubynsky.

Wikipedia: Особняк Івана Миколайовича Терещенка (UK)

12. Water Museum

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The Kyiv Water Museum is an educational centre that occupies one of the buildings from the early centralised water-supply system in the city, which was built at the middle of the 19th century. It is located in Khreshchatyi Park. The Water-Information Centre gives information about water resources and their rational consumption. The exhibition demonstrates the history of Kyiv's water supply system, water treatment and waste water treatment in contemporary Kyiv, while also showing water's role in people's activities using interesting and interactive examples.

Wikipedia: Kyiv Water Museum (EN)

13. Vladimir's Hill

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Volodymyrska Hill or Saint Volodymyr Hill is a large 10.6 hectares (0.106 km2) park located on the steep right-bank of the Dnipro River in central Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. Its most famous and prominent landmark is the Monument to Prince Volodymyr. The monument, with its prominent location and overlooking the scenic panorama of the left-bank of Kyiv, has since become one of the symbols of Kyiv, often depicted in paintings and photographic works of the city. The Hill provides an excellent panorama of the Dinpro River, the Left Bank, and Podil.

Wikipedia: Saint Volodymyr Hill (EN)

14. Національний музей Голодомору-геноциду

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The National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide, formerly known as the Memorial in Commemoration of the Holodomor-Genocide in Ukraine, is Ukraine's national museum and a centre devoted to the victims of the Holodomor of 1932–1933, a man-made famine that killed millions in Ukraine. The museum was opened on the day of the 75th anniversary of the Holodomor in 2008. It gained the status of a national museum in 2010. The museum is located on the Pechersk Hills on the right bank of the Dnipro river in Kyiv, adjacent to the Kyiv Pechersk Lavra.

Wikipedia: National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide (EN)

15. Babi Yar monument

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Babi Yar monument

Babi Yar or Babyn Yar is a ravine in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv and a site of massacres carried out by Nazi Germany's forces during its campaign against the Soviet Union in World War II. The first and best documented of the massacres took place on 29–30 September 1941, killing some 33,771 Jews. Other victims of massacres at the site included Soviet prisoners of war, communists and Romani people. It is estimated that a total of between 100,000 and 150,000 people were murdered at Babi Yar during the German occupation.

Wikipedia: Babi Yar (EN)

16. National Museum of History of Ukraine

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The National Museum of the History of Ukraine illustrates Ukraine's history from ancient times till nowadays. It is one of the leading museums in Ukraine. It holds about 800 000 items in its collection, approximately 22 000 exhibits on permanent display. The museum holds world-famous archaeological, numismatic, ethnographic and weapons collections, pieces of decorative and applied arts, manuscripts, prints, paintings and graphics, relics of the Ukrainian national liberation movement of the 20th century.

Wikipedia: National Museum of the History of Ukraine (EN), Website

17. Покровська церква

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Покровська церква

The Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the Church of the work of Hippolyl Nikolaev in Kiev, in Solomeanka. It was built on the request of the city community of Kiev during 1895-1897. It is located on the corner of Patriarch Mstislav Skrypnyk and Stadium. In 1905-1919 the rector of the church was the creator and the first Metropolitan of the UAOC Vasily Lipkivsky. By 2018, the church belonged to the UOC -KP. As of May 2022 in the jurisdiction of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Покровська церква (Солом'янка) (UK)

18. Храм Успіння Пресвятої Богородиці

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The Pyrohoshcha Dormition of the Mother of God Church or simply Pyrohoshcha Church is an Orthodox church in Kyiv in the historical neighbourhood Podil. The original church was built in 1130s by the Mstyslav I the Great of Kyiv. It was the main church of Podil, and was a temporary cathedral of Kyiv Metropolitanate in the early 17 century. In 1613 the church was reconstructured in Renaissance style, and then in 18th-19th centuries was rebuilt in Ukrainian Baroque and Neoclassicism styles.

Wikipedia: Pyrohoshcha Church (EN), Website

19. Chornobyl Museum

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The Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum is a history museum in Kyiv, Ukraine, dedicated to the 1986 Chernobyl disaster and its consequences. It houses an extensive collection of visual media, artifacts, scale models, and other representational items designed to educate the public about many aspects of the disaster. Several exhibits depict the technical progression of the accident, and there are also many areas dedicated to the loss of life and cultural ramifications of the disaster.

Wikipedia: Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum (EN), Website

20. Храм великомученика Димитрія Солунського

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The Great Martyr Dimytriy of Soluensky is the Orthodox Church in the village of Zhuliany in the city of Kyiv. After joining Zhulian to Kyiv, it became the oldest wooden church in the city. Confessional belongs to the ROC of the Moscow Patriarchate, the charity of the Western District of the Kyiv Metropolitanate of the ROC. Throne holiday - Great Martyr Demetrius of Thessalonians. The head of the temple is Bishop Vasilkovsky Nikolai (Pochtovyi), priest – Jerusalem Georgy Gaborets.

Wikipedia: Церква великомученика Димитрія Солунського (Київ, Жуляни) (UK), Website

21. Музей історії туалету

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The Toilet History Museum is a private museum in Kyiv, Ukraine, that contains the largest collection of toilet-related souvenirs and items in the world, including historic chamber pots, squatting pans, and urinals. The museum was founded in 2006 by a Ukrainian couple who worked in the plumbing business and is currently housed in a building within the Kyiv Fortress. In 2016, the Guinness World Records recognized it as "the largest collection of souvenir toilet bowls in the world".

Wikipedia: Toilet History Museum (EN)

22. Kyiv fortress

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The Kyiv Fortress or Kiev Fortress is a historical and architectural monument complex of Russian fortifications in Kyiv, Ukraine built from the 17th through 19th centuries. Construction began after the 1654 Council in Pereiaslav, on the site of the already existing fortified monastery of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra. Located on the hills of the high right bank of the Dnieper, bounded on the north by the Klovsky ravine, on the south and west – by the slopes of the Lybid River valley.

Wikipedia: Kyiv Fortress (EN)

23. Mykhailo Hrushevsky

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Mykhailo Hrushevsky

Mykhailo Serhiiovych Hrushevsky was a Ukrainian academician, politician, historian and statesman who was one of the most important figures of the Ukrainian national revival of the early 20th century. Hrushevsky is often considered the country's greatest modern historian, the foremost organiser of scholarship, the leader of the pre-revolution Ukrainian national movement, the head of the Central Rada, and a leading cultural figure in the Ukrainian SSR during the 1920s.

Wikipedia: Mykhailo Hrushevsky (EN)

24. Хрестовоздвиженська церква

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The Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, the Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross "on Kozhumyaki" is a functioning church in Kyiv, in Podil, an architectural monument of the XIX century. It is named after one of the most prominent Christian holidays: the Exaltation of the Precious and Life-Giving Cross of the Lord. The church is associated with the name of Vozdvyzhenska Street, which begins near it and ends at the intersection with Andriyivsky Descent.

Wikipedia: Хрестовоздвиженська церква (Поділ) (UK)

25. Кам'яниця київського війта

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Кам'яниця київського війта

The townhouse of the Kyiv voyt is an architectural monument of the turn of the XVII-XVIII centuries in Kyiv, located in Podil at ul. Konstantinovskaya 6/8. The oldest surviving residential building in Kyiv has an original three-dimensional composition with features of a defensive structure. Today it operates as part of the Kyiv Scientific and Methodological Center for the Protection, Restoration and Use of Historical, Cultural Monuments and Protected Areas.

Wikipedia: Будинок Петра I (Київ) (UK)

26. St. Michael Golden-Domed Cathedral

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St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery is a monastery in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, dedicated to Michael the Archangel. It is located on the edge of the bank of the Dnieper, northeast of the Saint Sophia Cathedral. The site is located in the historic administrative Uppertown and overlooks Podil, the city's historical commercial and merchant quarter. The monastery has been the headquarters of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine since December 2018.

Wikipedia: St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery (EN)

27. Десятинний монастир (УПЦ МП)

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The Tithe Monastery of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary - an illegally established small architectural form (IAF), located on the site of construction of the First Cathedral of Kievan Rus in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary. According to tradition, this place is considered to be the death place of the Russian first martyrs of Theodore Variag and his son John. According to the Moscow Patriarchate, the IAF is their acting male monastery.

Wikipedia: Десятинний монастир Різдва Пресвятої Богородиці (UK)

28. Іллі Муромцю

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Monument to Elijah Muromets - is located in Kiev in Muromets Park. The monument was created by Vladimir Zhuravlel, a sculptor known to the people of Kiev as Anatoly Kuznetsov's monument in Kurenivka, sculptures "Babies that let ships" on Post Square and Monument Igor Sikorsky at Kyiv International Airport. I. Sikorsky. Architect - Oleg Selivanov, graphic designer - Stanislav Topolsky. The opening of the monument took place on August 2, 2018.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Іллі Муромцю (UK)

29. All Saints Church

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The Church of All Saints above the economic gate is a temple within the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra in Kiev, a monument of architecture of the seventeenth century. Built by Hetman Ivan Mazepa in 1696-1698 in the style of Ukrainian Baroque, interior paintings were made in the early XX century. Under the guidance of Ukrainian artist Ivan Hyzakevich. Dedicated to the holiday, which is celebrated on the first Sunday after the Trinity.

Wikipedia: Церква Всіх Святих (Києво-Печерська лавра) (UK)

30. Brodsky Synagogue

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The Brodsky Choral Synagogue is the second largest synagogue in Kyiv, Ukraine. It was built in the Romanesque Revival style resembling a classical basilica. The original tripartite facade with a large central avant-corps flanked by lower wings also echoed the characteristic design of some Moorish Revival synagogues, such as the Leopoldstädter Tempel in Vienna. Rabbi Moshe Reuven Azman is the Rabbi of Brodsky Synagogue.

Wikipedia: Brodsky Synagogue (Kyiv) (EN)

31. Park of Partisan Glory

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Partisan Glory Park is a regional landscape park in Darnytskyi district of Kyiv. It is located between the streets of Trostyanets and Slavgorod. In 1965, part of the Mykilsky Forest Massif was included for the organization of the district park and recreation park "Partisan Glory". The park was created in 1970. In 1994, the decision of the Kyiv City Council was granted the status of environmental territory.

Wikipedia: Парк партизанської слави (Київ) (UK)

32. Особняк Закса

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The Sachs Mansion is an architectural monument in the Pechersk district of Kyiv, located at 4 Lypska Street. It was erected in 1873 by architect V. Nikolaev in the Neo-Renaissance style. In 1896, the architect A.-F. Krauss made a superstructure on the mansion. The building is a typical example of the Lypky buildings of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and the main compositional accent of the quarter.

Wikipedia: Особняк Закса (UK)

33. Музей Іграшок

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State Toy Museum is a museum institution that has a unique collection of toys from the 30s of the last century and to the present. The museum presents the history of industrial toys, Ukrainian folk toys, author's works. Located in Kyiv. He began working on January 1, 2005. The museum collection has more than 15 thousand exhibits. Subordinates to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Державний музей іграшок (UK)

34. Спасо-Преображенська церква

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Спасо-Преображенська церква

The Dining Chamber at the Vydubytsky Monastery – a monument of architecture of the beginning of the XVIII century. This is extended in terms of the building with a small Savior-Transfiguration Church at the eastern end of the building. Stands next to the St. George Cathedral, built with it at one time. The dining completely preserved its original appearance - it was not built and rebuilt.

Wikipedia: Спаська трапезна (Видубицький монастир) (UK)

35. Bronze cat

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Bronze cat

The Monument to Panteleimon the Cat is a monument to the Persian cat Panteleimon in Kyiv, opened in 1998 in Zolotovorotsky Square, opposite the Pantagruel restaurant, where the cat lived. It was installed on voluntary donations from Kyiv residents in memory of an animal that died in a fire in a restaurant. Today it is one of the most famous and popular monuments of the city.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник котові Пантелеймону (UK)

36. Monument of Eternal Glory at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

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Monument of Eternal Glory at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a war memorial located in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, dedicated to the soldiers of the Red Army killed in the Second World War. It is situated at the Memorial of Eternal Glory inside the Park of Eternal Glory. The memorial is a 27 meters high obelisk, with an eternal flame burning at the tomb. The Alley of Heroes leads to the tomb.

Wikipedia: Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (Kyiv) (EN)

37. The National Folk Decorative Art Museum

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The National Folk Decorative Art Museum

The National Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art, NMUNDM is one of the largest art museums in Ukraine. It is located on the territory of the National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Reserve in the premises of the former metropolitan chambers and the adjacent house Church of the Annunciation, which are architectural monuments of the XVIII - early XX centuries.

Wikipedia: Музей українського народного декоративного мистецтва (UK)

38. The St. Cyril's Church Museum

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The St. Cyril's Church Museum

St. Cyril's Monastery is a medieval monastery in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The monastery contains the famous St. Cyril's Church, an important specimen of Kyivan Rus architecture of the 12th century, and combining elements of the 17th and 19th centuries. However, being largely Ukrainian Baroque on the outside, the church retains its original Kyivan Rus interior.

Wikipedia: St. Cyril's Church (EN), Website

39. Паніковському

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Паніковському Дописувачі OpenStreetMap / CC BY-SA 2.0

The monument to the literary character of Panikovsky is a monument to the character of the novel Ilf and Petrov "The Golden Calf", Mikhail Samuelovich Panikovsky, built on the place where the text of the novel, he in the early XX century. He worked, giving himself blind and deceiving trusting passers -by. The opening of the monument took place on May 31, 1998.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Паніковському (Київ) (UK)

40. Anne of Kiev

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Pamynik Annie Yaroslavna, the Princess-Made Queen of France in Kiev-the sculpture of the Ukrainian princely, daughter of Yaroslav the Wise, the future Queen of France Anna Kyiv in the form of a child; It is located in the city center on Lviv Square. Children's years were held in Kiev, and at the age of 18, she became the wife of Henry I and moved to France.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Анні Ярославні (Київ) (UK)

41. Парк «Юність»

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Pagrk Yunost is a small park in the Svyatoshinsky district of Kyiv. Established in 1979 by the students of the surrounding schools. There are several playgrounds on the territory of the park, the church of St. Spiridon of the Triamifunta UOC -MP, the Crystal Summer Cinema. Since 2011 he has the status of a monument of landscape art of local importance.

Wikipedia: Парк «Юність» (Святошинський район) (UK)

42. Церква Миколи Чудотворця Набережного

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The Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker of Naberezhny or Naberezhno-Mykilska Church is an Orthodox church in Kyiv, Podil, a monument of Ukrainian Baroque architecture. It is located at the corner of Hryhoriya Skovoroda and Pochaininskaya streets. Built according to the project of Ivan Hryhorovych-Barsky in 1772-1775, it is well preserved to this day.

Wikipedia: Церква Миколи Набережного (UK)

43. Екіпажу бронепоїзду «Таращанець»

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Екіпажу бронепоїзду «Таращанець»IgorTurzh / Атрибуция

Monument to the crew of the Tarashchinets armored train - a monument in honor of the heroes of the Red Army armored train "Tarashchinets", who in August 1919 defended almost 6 days from the Denikins Darnitsky railway jacket, on the night of August 30, rejecting the proposal to surrender, the crew members undermined the armored train and died with him.

Wikipedia: Памятник экипажу бронепоезда «Таращанец» (RU)

44. Іллінська церква

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St. Elias Church is one of the most historically interesting temple buildings in Podil, in which the divine service was celebrated for 1000 years, located at the corner of Naberezhno-Khreshchatytska and Pochainynska streets and is an important architectural accent in the development of Podil and a compositional dominant of the Dnieper embankment.

Wikipedia: Іллінська церква (Київ) (UK)

45. Park «Victory»

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Victory Park is a park in the Dnieper district of Kiev, dedicated to the victory of the peoples of the world in the German-Soviet War. Chief architect - Konstantin Semenovich Cherniv. Architects - Mikhail Grechina, Valentin Yezhov, I. Ya. Zhilkin, Alexey Zavarov, Samuel Weinstein, Igor Mezentsev. It is located near the Darnytsia metro station.

Wikipedia: Парк «Перемога» (Київ) (UK)

46. Нью-Навадвіпа Мандір

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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness, abbreviated as ISKCON, known colloquially as the Movement of Hare Krishna, is a Gaudiya Vaishnava Hindu religious organization. ISKCON was founded in 13 July 1966 in New York City by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Its main headquarters are located today in West Bengal, India.

Wikipedia: International Society for Krishna Consciousness (EN), Website

47. Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine

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Museum of Historical Treasures of Ukraine Ростислав Маленков / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Treasury of the National Music of the Ukrainian History is a museum that is a branch of the National Museum of History of Ukraine. Theme of the exhibition is historical and artistic monuments from precious metals and precious stones. It is located on the territory of the National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Reserve.

Wikipedia: Музей історичних коштовностей України (UK), Website

48. Національний історико-меморіальний заповідник «Биківнянські могили»

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Національний історико-меморіальний заповідник «Биківнянські могили» Levchuk Volodymyr (UAWeBeR) / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Bykivnia graves are a National Historic Memorial next to the former village of Bykivnia within Kyiv woodland, Bykivnia Forest. During the Stalinist period in the Soviet Union, it was one of the unmarked mass grave sites where the NKVD, the Soviet secret police, disposed of thousands of executed "enemies of the Soviet state".

Wikipedia: Bykivnia graves (EN), Website

49. Church Theodosius of the Caves

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Theodosiy Pechersky Church is a monument of architecture, erected in the style of Ukrainian Baroque near the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra at the end of the XVII century. Located outside the Lavra walls, but belongs to the Lavra and the reserve [source?]. It was built in honor of one of the founders of the monastery Theodosius Pechersky.

Wikipedia: Церква Феодосія Печерського (UK)

50. The Gate Church of the Trinity

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The Gate Church of the Trinity is a historic church of the ancient cave monastery of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. Originally being built as a Kievan Rus' style church, the Gate Church of the Trinity is now decorated in the Ukrainian Baroque style, having been reconstructed many times through its history.

Wikipedia: Gate Church of the Trinity, Kyiv Pechersk Lavra (EN)

51. The Historical Locomotives and Cars Exhibition

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Exhibition of rolling stock of historical locomotives and cars-a museum of railway equipment of the open air at the Kiev-Passenger Station of the Southwestern Railway. Open in 2011. In the exposition of the museum of locomotives, locomotives, electric locomotives, railway cars, other types of rolling stock and track equipment.

Wikipedia: Виставка рухомого складу історичних локомотивів та вагонів (Київ) (UK)

52. Workers Monument in Kyiv Arsenal factory

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The 76 mm Model 1909 Mountain Gun was a 76.2 mm light mountain artillery gun produced in the Russian Empire from 1911 to 1915. It was actively used in the First World War, the Ukrainian-Soviet War, the Civil War in Russia and some other armed conflicts with the participation of the states that were part of the Russian Empire.

Wikipedia: 76-мм гірська гармата зразка 1909 року (UK), Website

53. БРЕМ-1

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Armored repair and evacuation machine 1 - designed for evacuation of stuck and damaged equipment, including from under enemy fire. Provides necessary repair and maintenance in field conditions. Created on the basis of the chassis of the main tank T-72, in the city of Omsk under the leadership of A. A. Morova. Adopted in 1975.

Wikipedia: БРЕМ-1 (UK)

54. Кесон «Сталінського метро» (титул №10)

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The tunnel under the Dnieper - two unfinished rail tunnels in Kiev: North and South. Together with auxiliary engineering and other structures, they had to become the basis for a complex of underground railway crossings, designed primarily to ensure a safe and hidden crossing of troops and goods under the Dnieper River.

Wikipedia: Будівництво № 1 НКШС (UK)

55. Архангело-Михайлівський Звіринецький монастир

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Archngello-Mikhailivsky Monastery-a hostel men's monastery of the UOC (MP) in Kiev, on Zronyka. It was founded in 2009 on the basis of the revived the monastery of the Zaporinets caves. Includes an underground cave complex and land structures in the territory of former private estates along Michurin Street, 20 and 22.

Wikipedia: Архангело-Михайлівський Звіринецький монастир (UK)

56. Будинок Сироткіна

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Syrotkin's house is a former apartment building, a monument of architecture, history and monumental art, one of the most beautiful buildings of the historic center of Kiev, at the time of construction - the highest residential building of Kiev. It is located at the corner of Vladimirskaya and Srizna streets.

Wikipedia: Будинок Сироткіна (UK)

57. Volodymir the Great statue

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Volodymir the Great statue

Monument to Prince Volodymyr, is a monument in Kyiv, dedicated to the Grand Prince of Kyiv Volodymyr the Great, built in 1853. It is located on Volodymyrska Hill, the steep right bank of the Dnipro. It is the oldest sculptural monument, a dominating feature of the Dnipro banks, and one of the city's symbols.

Wikipedia: Monument to Prince Volodymyr (EN)

58. Георгіївський собор

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St. George's Cathedral is a central building in the architectural ensemble of the Vydubitsky Monastery in Kiev. One of the best masterpieces of Ukrainian Baroque, an architectural monument. The temple was erected in honor of George Victorian at the expense of Colonel Mikhail Miklashevsky during 1696-1701.

Wikipedia: Георгіївський собор (Видубицький монастир) (UK)

59. National Museum of Literature in Ukraine

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National Museum of Literature in Ukraine Національний музей літератури України / CC BY-SA 3.0

National Museum of Literature of Ukraine is a national museum in the former Pavlo Galagan Collegium's main structure in Kyiv. It covers Ukrainian literature's development from the ninth century to the present. The museum has a branch, the Kyiv Literary Memorial Museum, in the apartment of Mykola Bazhan.

Wikipedia: National Museum of Literature of Ukraine (EN), Website

60. Motherland Monument

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Mother Ukraine is a monumental Soviet-era statue in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. The sculpture is a part of the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War. In 2023, the Soviet heraldry was removed from the monument's shield and replaced with Ukraine's coat of arms, the tryzub.

Wikipedia: Mother Ukraine (EN)

61. Пам'ятник репресованим митцям

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The monument to the repressed artists was unveiled in 1996 on the territory of the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, Kyiv. It honors the memory of Ukrainian artists who were victims of the communist regime of the USSR. The authors are sculptor Borys Dovhan and architect Florian Yuriev.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник репресованим митцям (UK)

62. Great Choral Synagogue

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Great Choral Synagogue

The Great Choral Synagogue of Kyiv, also known as the Podil Synagogue or the Rozenberg Synagogue, is the oldest synagogue in Kyiv, Ukraine. It is situated in Podil, a historic neighborhood of Kyiv, and is under the leadership of Rabbi Yaakov Bleich, who is the Chief Rabbi of Kyiv and of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Great Choral Synagogue (Kyiv) (EN)

63. October Palace

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The International Center for Culture and Arts of the Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine is a monument of architecture, which was developed and built in 1842 by the famous architect Vicentii Beretti. One of the largest theatrical halls in Kiev: it contains more than two thousand spectators.

Wikipedia: Жовтневий палац (UK), Website

64. Парк імені Миколи Зерова

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Парк імені Миколи ЗероваIgorTurzh / Attribution

Nikolai Zerov Park is a city park located in Solomensky district of Kyiv, along the Povitroflotsky Avenue between Solomenska and Preobrazhenska streets. Area – 4.11 hectares. In the park dominate deciduous breeds of trees - maples, linden, topoli. The number of bushes is relatively small.

Wikipedia: Парк імені Миколи Зерова (Київ) (UK)

65. Церква Святого Миколая Чудотворця на Аскольдовій могилі

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This is the holy place of Nicholas on Askold grave - a temple in the tract of Askold grave (Kyiv), designed by Andrey Melensky and built in 1809 on the site of cult buildings that existed at this place from the XI century and from the very beginning were dedicated to St. Nicholas Mirliki.

Wikipedia: Церква святого Миколая (Аскольдова могила) (UK)

66. Поштова станція

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Поштова станція Sergiy Klymenko / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Post House is a one-story house in the style of classicism in Kyiv on Poshtova Square, a monument of history and architecture. It was erected in 1853-1865 as the main building of the Podolsk postal station complex; It is the only building of the complex that has survived to this day.

Wikipedia: Поштовий будинок (UK)

67. Будинок актора

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The Karaite Kenesa of Kyiv is a former Kenesa in Kyiv, Ukraine. It is located in Yaroslaviv Val Street 7, close to the Golden Gates of Kyiv and is considered to be one of the remarkable monuments of architecture and artwork in Kyiv. Nowadays, it is known as the Ukrainian House of Actors.

Wikipedia: Karaite Kenesa (Kyiv) (EN)

68. National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War

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The National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War is a memorial complex commemorating the German-Soviet War located in the southern outskirts of the Pechersk district of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, on the picturesque hills on the right-bank of the Dnipro River.

Wikipedia: National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War (EN), Website

69. Махтумкулі

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Makhtumkuli monument in Kiev is a monument to the Turkmen poet, philosopher, founder of Turkmen language and literature of Mahtumkuli (Fragi); It is located in the square at the intersection of the streets of Prorizna and Yevgeny Chikalenko near the Turkmenistan Embassy in Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Махтумкулі (Київ) (UK)

70. Покровська церква

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The Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the current stone church in Kiev in Podil, a monument of architecture of the XVIII century. The Parish of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Kyiv belongs to the Kyiv Diocese of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Свято-Покровська Подільська церква (UK)

71. Navodnitsky Park

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Navodnytsky Park is a park in the Pechersk district of the city of Kyiv. It is owned by a municipal enterprise for the maintenance of green spaces in the Pechersk district. The park has been declared a monument of landscape art and a complex natural monument of local importance.

Wikipedia: Наводницький парк (UK)

72. Church of the Conception of St. Anne

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Church of the Conception of St. Anne or the Church of the Conception of St. Anne is an architectural monument of the XVII century. It was built in 1679 in the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra above the entrance to the Far Caves. A staircase leads from the church to an underground labyrinth.

Wikipedia: Аннозачатіївська церква (UK)

73. Cathedral of St. Pantaleon

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The Cathedral of St. Pantaleon or St. Panteleimon is a large Eastern Orthodox cathedral in the Kyivan neighbourhood of Feofaniia. It shares similarities with the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Tallinn and is considered a high point in Russian Revival ecclesiastical architecture.

Wikipedia: St. Panteleimon's Cathedral (EN), Website

74. Museum of Kyiv life of the first half of the XIX century

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The manor on Kudryavka is a museum in Kyiv on Kudryavka, a branch of the Museum of History of Kyiv, which reproduces the atmosphere of life of the citizens in a typical city manor and shows the identity and national specificity of Kyiv of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Wikipedia: Музей побуту Києва першої половини ХІХ століття (UK)

75. Київський літературно-меморіальний музей-квартира М. Бажана

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Mykola Bazhana, the Kiev Literary Memorial Museum-Museum, was opened on October 26, 2004 in an apartment, where the famous Ukrainian poet, translator, public figure Mykola Bazhan lived for about forty years. According to his wife, NV Bazhan-Luer was created in this room.

Wikipedia: Київський літературно-меморіальний музей-квартира Миколи Бажана (UK)

76. House of the Metropolitan

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The Metropolitan's House is a monument of palace architecture of the XVIII century, the former residence of the Kyiv metropolitans. Now it is a museum institution as part of the National Conservation Area "St. Sophia of Kyiv". Located at: m. Kyiv, st. Vladimirskaya, 24.

Wikipedia: Будинок митрополита (UK), Website

77. Church of the Elevation of the Cross

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Church of the Elevation of the Cross Ростислав Маленков / CC BY 3.0

The Cross Church or the Exaltation of the Living Cross is a monument of architecture of the XVIII century, the most significant construction of the land complex over the nearby caves of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra. There are three entrances from the church to the caves.

Wikipedia: Хрестовоздвиженська церква (Києво-Печерська лавра) (UK)

78. Будинок Ковалевського

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Kovalevskyi's mansion is a historical and architectural monument of the early XX century, at the corner of Pylypa Orlyka and Shovkovychna streets in Kyiv. It was built in 1911-1913 by architect Pavel Alyoshin by order of the official Nikolai Viktorovich Kovalevsky.

Wikipedia: Особняк Ковалевського (Київ) (UK)

79. Війсково-історичний музей України

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Війсково-історичний музей України

The National Military Historical Museum of Ukraine is a military-historical museum of the city of Kyiv. The museum is the only in Ukraine that covers the history of creation and development of military affairs in Ukraine from the day of bronze to today.

Wikipedia: Національний військово-історичний музей України (UK), Website, Website

80. Дитинка

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Дитинка Дописувачі OpenStreetMap / CC BY-SA 2.0

A baby is a mountain in Kiev, which is a wedge -shaped delicate of the Starokievskaya mountain from the side of Podil. On the north side, the baby borders with the ancient tract of Kozhumyaki, from the south - from the potter, thus delimiting them.

Wikipedia: Дитинка (UK)

81. Маєток барона Рудольфа Штейнгейля

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Baron Castle is a complex from the mansion, outbuilding and the park of Baron Rudolf Steingel, the father of the Secretary -General of Trade and Industry of the Central Rada and the Ambassador of the Ukrainian State in Berlin Fyodor Steingel.

Wikipedia: Замок барона Штейнгеля (UK)

82. «Zheleznyakov» monitor

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Zhelezniakov is a river warship of the Soviet Navy, monitor of project SB-37. It took part in World War II. The warship became a lead ship in its class of six ships that were built before the war and the only one that survived World War II.

Wikipedia: Soviet monitor Zhelezniakov (EN)

83. Park Suputnyk

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Satnik Park is a city park located in the Solomenskiy district of Kyiv, along Uman Street. The current park is actually the only surviving part of the Cadet Grove, on the basis of which in 1969 the park was formed. The area is 16.41 ha.

Wikipedia: Парк «Супутник» (UK)

84. Пам'ятник Олені Телізі

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Monument to the deer Telizi and her associates is a sculptural composition that perpetuates the memory of Elena Teliga and her associates. Established on the territory of the Babin Yar National Historical and Memorial Reserve in Kiev.

Wikipedia: Пам'ятник Олені Телізі (Бабин Яр) (UK)

85. Березовий гай

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Березовий гай

"Berezovyi Hai" is a recreation park in the Podilskyi district of Kyiv at the corner of Vyshhorodska and Bilytska streets. The area of the park is 7.46 hectares. The park is a monument of landscape art of local importance since 1972.

Wikipedia: Березовий гай (парк, Київ) (UK)

86. The church of the Transfiguration of Jesus

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The church of the Transfiguration of Jesus Олекса-Київ / Суспільне надбання

The Saviour-Transfiguration Church is the active church of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate in Solomensky district of Kyiv, on the territory of the Nikolai Zerov Park at: Povitroflotsky Avenue, 29.

Wikipedia: Спасо-Преображенська церква (Солом'янка) (UK)

87. Pinchuk Art Centre

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Pinchuk Art Centre

PinchukArtCentre is a private contemporary art centre, located in Kyiv with a collection of works by Ukrainian and international artists. The museum was opened on 16 September 2006 by the steel billionaire Victor Pinchuk.

Wikipedia: PinchukArtCentre (EN), Website

88. Ботанічний сад НУБіП України

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Botanical Garden of the National University of Bioreresources and Nature Use of Ukraine is part of the Goloseevsky Forest, which is a training unit of the National University of Bioreresources and Nature Use of Ukraine.

Wikipedia: Ботанічний сад Національного університету біоресурсів і природокористування України (UK)

89. Свято-Вознесенська Церква

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The Church of the Ascension of the Lord is an Orthodox temple in the Holosiivskyi district of Kyiv, in the Demiyivka area. It belongs to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. It is a monument of history and architecture.

Wikipedia: Церква Вознесіння Господнього (Київ) (UK)

90. сквер Небесної Сотні

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The Square of the Non-Basne Square is a square located in the city center of Kiev on Mikhailivska Street, 24-26, between Mikhailovskaya Square and the Maidan. The square is named after the Heavenly Hundred Heroes.

Wikipedia: Сквер Небесної Сотні (Київ) (UK)

91. Козицький Пилип Омелянович

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Козицький Пилип Омелянович

Pylyp Omelyanovych Kozytskiy was a Soviet and Ukrainian composer, musicologist, professor, head of the department of history of music at the Kyiv Conservatory, and Honored Art Worker of the Ukrainian SSR (1943).

Wikipedia: Pylyp Kozytskiy (EN)

92. St. Nicholas Cathedral

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The Church of St. Nicholas in Kyiv is a Roman Catholic church in Kyiv, one of only two Roman Catholic churches in the city, built before 1917. It is located in the center of Kyiv on Velyka Vasylkivska Street.

Wikipedia: Костел святого Миколая (Київ, 1899) (UK)

93. Церква Різдва Христового

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The Church of the Nativity of Christ is an Orthodox church belonging to the OCU, located in the historical area of Podil in Kyiv, built in 1809-1814 according to the project of architect Andrei Melensky.

Wikipedia: Церква Різдва Христового (Київ) (UK)

94. Меморіальний комплекс Бабин яр

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The Babin Yar National Historical and Memorial Reserve was created to convey to the citizens the history of tragic events of mass destruction by Nazi residents of Kyiv and prisoners of war in Babi Yar.

Wikipedia: Національний історико-меморіальний заповідник «Бабин Яр» (UK)


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