16 Sights in Sevastopol, Ukraine (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sevastopol, 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 16 sights are available in Sevastopol, Ukraine.

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1. Суворов А.В.

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Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov was a Russian general in service of the Russian Empire. He was Count of Rymnik, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, Prince of the Kingdom of Sardinia, Prince of the Russian Empire and the last Generalissimo of the Russian Empire. Suvorov is considered one of the greatest military commanders in Russian history and one of the great generals of the early modern period. He was awarded numerous medals, titles, and honors by Russia, as well as by other countries. Suvorov secured Russia's expanded borders and renewed military prestige and left a legacy of theories on warfare. He was the author of several military manuals, the most famous being The Science of Victory, and was noted for several of his sayings. He never lost a single battle he commanded. Several military academies, monuments, villages, museums, and orders in Russia are dedicated to him.

Wikipedia: Alexander Suvorov (EN)

2. МіГ-19

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The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 is a Soviet second generation, single-seat, twinjet fighter aircraft, the world's first mass-produced supersonic aircraft. It was the first Soviet production aircraft capable of supersonic speeds in level flight. A comparable U. S. "Century Series" fighter was the North American F-100 Super Sabre, although the MiG-19 primarily fought against the more modern McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II and Republic F-105 Thunderchief over North Vietnam. This aircraft was originally used by the Soviet Union but it was later used by the People's Liberation Army Air Force.

Wikipedia: Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 (EN)

3. Храм Архистратига Михаила

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Church of St. Archangel Michael - built in 1848 by the architect Fanderweide, the church, designed in a classical form, with a Romanesque style of the facade. Since 1889 - the regimental church of the 50th Bialystok regiment, since 1917 - the garrison church of the Sevastopol fortress. It was renovated in 1971. On the facade of the church there are 24 memorial plaques with the names of the units that took part in the defense of Sevastopol (1854-1855). During the defense of the city, the temple served as a city cathedral. A monument of sacred architecture of the XIX century.

Wikipedia: Храм Архистратига Михаила (Севастополь) (RU)

4. Memorial to Admiral P.S. Nakhimov

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The monument to Nakhimov was erected in the center of Nakhimov Square in Sevastopol in honor of the outstanding Russian naval commander Pavel Stepanovich Nakhimov. In the Russian Federation that controls the disputed territory of Crimea, it is the object of the cultural heritage of Sevastopol of regional significance; in Ukraine, within the limits recognized by most states - members of the UN The boundaries of which is the controversial territory - a monument to the cultural heritage of national significance.

Wikipedia: Памятник Нахимову (Севастополь) (RU)

5. The Bell, named after St. Nicolas

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The Bell of Chersonesos, located close to the ruins of Chersonesos Taurica, Crimea, is the symbol of Chersonesos and one of the main sights of Sevastopol. It was cast before the foundation of Sevastopol for the Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker Church in Taganrog, which was the Russian Navy's military base at that time. It was later seized as war booty by the French, then returned.

Wikipedia: Bell of Chersonesos (EN)

6. A. I. Kazarsky Monument

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The monument to Kazarsky is the first monument of Sevastopol. He was installed on the Central City Hill in honor of the feat of officer Alexander Ivanovich Kazarsky, when he commanded the 18-gun Brig "Mercury" during the Russian-Turkish war on May 14, 1829 and went out the winner in unequal battle with two Turkish linear ships .

Wikipedia: Памятник А. И. Казарскому (RU)

7. Т.Г. Шевченко

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The monument to Taras Shevchenko is a monument erected in honor of the Ukrainian poet, writer and artist Taras Shevchenko in the city of Sevastopol, solemnly opened on August 24, 2003. The monument is a gift to the city from the foundation. T. G. Shevchenko on behalf of the Canadian of Ukrainian origin of Vasily Sventitsky.

Wikipedia: Памятник Тарасу Шевченко (Севастополь) (RU)

8. Севастопольский академический русский драматический театр им. А. В. Луначарского

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The Sevastopol Academic Rus Drama Theater named after A. V. Lunacharsky is a drama theater located in the city of Sevastopol on Nakhimov Avenue 6. The theater building is the object of the cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation of regional significance and is protected by the state.

Wikipedia: Севастопольский русский драматический театр имени А. В. Луначарского (RU), Website

9. Танк ПТ-76

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The PT-76 is a Soviet amphibious light tank that was introduced in the early 1950s and soon became the standard reconnaissance tank of the Soviet Army and the other Warsaw Pact armed forces. It was widely exported to other friendly states, like India, Iraq, Syria, North Korea and North Vietnam.

Wikipedia: PT-76 (EN)

10. Соборная мечеть Акъяр Джами

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Sevastopol Mosque - a cathedral mosque in the city of Sevastopol, an architectural monument. Located in the Leninsky district of the city at the address: Kulakova Street, house 31. Built during 1909-1914 according to the project of the city architect Sevastopol - Alexander Mikhailovich Weisen.

Wikipedia: Севастопольская мечеть (RU)

11. Церковь Всех Святых

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The Church of All Saints is an Orthodox church of the Sevastopol deanery of the Simferopol and Crimean Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church. It is located in Sevastopol, on Pozharova Street, 9, on the territory of the old city cemetery, in zagorodnaya Balka. Rector Archpriest Oleg Khalyuta.

Wikipedia: Храм Всех Святых (Севастополь) (RU)

12. Тотлебен Э.И.

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Franz Eduard Graf von Tottleben, better known as Eduard Totleben in English, was a Baltic German military engineer and Imperial Russian Army general. He was in charge of fortification and sapping work during a number of important Russian military campaigns.

Wikipedia: Eduard Totleben (EN)

13. Vladimir Cathedral

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The Saint Vladimir Cathedral is a Neo-Byzantine Russian Orthodox cathedral on the site of Chersonesos Taurica on the outskirts of Sevastopol, on the Crimean Peninsula. It commemorates the presumed place of St. Vladimir's baptism.

Wikipedia: Chersonesus Cathedral (EN)

14. Chersonesus Taurica

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Chersonesus is an ancient Greek colony founded approximately 2,500 years ago in the southwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula. Settlers from Heraclea Pontica in Bithynia established the colony in the 6th century BC.

Wikipedia: Chersonesus (EN)

15. Покровский собор

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Pokrovsky Cathedral in Sevastopol is the Orthodox Church of the Sevastopol Deanery of the Simferopol diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church. Built in 1905 according to the project of the architect V. A. Fieldman.

Wikipedia: Покровский собор (Севастополь) (RU)

16. Memorial to the sunken ships

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The Monument to the Sunken Ships is the symbol of the city of Sevastopol, on the disputed Crimean peninsula. Located in Sevastopol Bay, it was designed by Amandus Adamson and built by Valentin Feldmann in 1905.

Wikipedia: Monument to the Sunken Ships (EN)


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