Culture of Ukraine
Ukrainian culture and customs of Ukraine and ethnic Ukrainians contain a blend of Eastern European and Western European elements. Ukraine has a shared culture and history with neighboring nations, dat...
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Ukrainian art
Ukrainian culture and customs of Ukraine and ethnic Ukrainians contain a blend of Eastern European and Western European elements. Ukraine has a shared culture and history with neighboring nations, dat...
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Ukrainian cuisine
Ukrainian cuisine is the cuisine of Ukraine It is very diverse and has a rich history.
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Ukrainian wine
The wine industry of Crimea is well-established with long traditions. Several brands of wine from Crimea are exported to bordering countries, the European Union, and North America.
A wine culture ...
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Religion in Ukraine
Ukraine in religious geography lies on the boundaries separating Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Islamic spheres of influence. Traces of the cultural influence of Catholic Lithuania and Poland, o...
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Ukrainian wedding traditions
Ukrainian wedding is the traditional marriage ceremony in Ukrainian culture, both in Ukraine and in the Ukrainian diaspora. The traditional Ukrainian wedding featured a rich assortment of folk music a...
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Public holidays in Ukraine
Public holidays in Ukraine The following are public holidays in Ukraine.Religious holidays are observed according to the Julian calendar (but here the Gregorian date of Christmas is written).When a pu...
Music of Ukraine
Ukrainian music (Ukrainian: Українська музика) is a music which its content covers diverse and multiple component elements of the music that is found in Western and Eastern musical civilization. I...
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Ukrainian dance
Ukrainian dance (Ukrainian: Український тaнeць, translit. Ukrayins'kyy tanets' ) refers to the traditional folk dances of the peoples of Ukraine.Today, Ukrainian dance is primarily represented by ...
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Cinema of Ukraine
Ukraine has had an influence on the history of the cinema. Ukrainian directors Alexander Dovzhenko, often cited as one of the most important early Soviet filmmakers, as well as being a pioneer of Sovi...
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Ukrainian literature
Ukrainian literature is literature written in the Ukrainian language.Ukrainian literature had a difficult development because, due to constant foreign domination over Ukrainian territories, there was ...
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Ukrainian language
Ukrainian /juːˈkreɪniən/ (українська мова ukrayins'ka mova, [ukraˈjiɲsʲkɐ ˈmɔvɐ]) is an East Slavic language. It is the official state language of Ukraine and first of two principal languages of Ukra...
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Mass media of Ukraine
The Media of Ukraine consist of several different types of communications media including television, radio, cinema, newspapers, magazines, and the Internet. Many of the media are controlled by large ...
Education in Ukraine
There exists near 100% literacy in Ukraine.11 years of schooling are mandatory. As a rule, schooling begins at the age of 6, unless your birthday is on or after September 1 or on February 29.According...
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Sport in Ukraine
Sports such as football and wrestling have been popular in Ukraine since the 19th century. Ukraine has benefited from the Soviet Union's emphasis on physical education, and Ukraine was left with hundr...
Tourism in Ukraine
Ukraine attracts more than 20 million foreign citizens every year (23 million in 2012). Visitors primarily come from Eastern Europe, but also from Western Europe (6.3 million) and USA and Israel and a...
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Mikhail Turovsky
Mikhail Turovsky (Ukrainian: Михайло Туровський; born in 1933 in Kiev, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union) is an American artist-painter, and writer-aphorist, resident in New York since 1979...
Kielbasa
Kiełbasa is a type of Eastern European sausage, which is also called Polish sausage and Ukrainian sausage.
The word entered English directly from Polish kiełbasa (/kiːlˈbɑːsə/ or /kɨˈbɑːsə/), mean...
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Zatula
The zatula (Ukrainian: Затула), also known as the rubal, rubel, kuchelka, kachanka, kachalka, and the rebra, is a Ukrainian folk musical instrument. It is primarily a household item used for washi...
Sorrel soup
Sorrel soup is a soup made from water or broth, sorrel leaves, and salt. Other possible ingredients are egg yolks or whole eggs (hard boiled or scrambled), potatoes, carrots, parsley root, and rice. ...
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Bryndza
Bryndza is a sheep milk cheese made mainly in Slovakia, Romania and Moldova, but also in Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and part of Moravia (Moravian Wallachia). Bryndza cheese is creamy white in appearanc...
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New York Bandura Ensemble
The New York Bandura Ensemble is a New York based music ensemble currently led by singer and bandurist Julian Kytasty. The ensemble is devoted to various forms and styles of Ukrainian music, from Rena...
Znayu Ya
"Znayu Ya" ("I know") is a song of Ukrainian singer Ruslana released in 2001.
Znayu Ya(I Know) is a work about Ukrainian Carpathians, the first video clip filmed and arranged for demonstration in ...
Ivan Yizhakevych
Ivan Sydorovych Yizhakevych (Ukrainian: Іва́н Си́дорович Їжаке́вич; 1864-1962) was a painter, writer, and People's Artist of the Ukrainian SSR (1951).
Yizhakevych was born in the village of Vy...
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Vesnianky
Vesnianky (Ukrainian: Becнянки; also referred to as Hahilky, Hayilky, Hayivky, Yahilky, or Rohulky) are spring dances performed in the lands of present-day Ukraine which have been performed for th...
Anastasiya Markovich
Anastasiya Markovich (Born October 23, 1979, Brichany, Moldavia) is a Ukrainian painter. Anastasiya Markovich lives and works in Chernivtsi in the south-west of Ukraine where she grew up after her bi...
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Ptasie mleczko
Ptasie Mleczko (Polish) is a soft chocolate-covered candy filled with soft meringue (or milk soufflé). In Russian it is called ptichye moloko (птичье молоко) and in Romanian lapte de pasăre. All these...
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Oleg Minko
Oleg Terentiyovych Minko (Ukrainian: Олéг Терéнтійович Мінькó) (August 3, 1938 — November 20, 2013) was a Ukrainian painter and art teacher, belonging to the Lviv school of artistic expression. He was...
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