Old Town (Lviv) - Lviv (Lvov) Tour Guide
http://perfectukrainevacations.com Lviv (Lvov) is a stunning city in the west of Ukraine. The UNESCO World Heritage listed old town contains stunning archite...
List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Ukraine
Officially, there are seven World Heritage Sites sites in Ukraine. Saint-Sophia Cathedral and Related Monastic Buildings, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra are registered as one entry; however, they are traditional...
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Pechersk Lavra fortification
The Lavra fortification (Ukrainian: Лаврські фортифікаційні споруди, Lavrs’ki fortyfikatsiini sporudy; Russian: Лаврские фортификационные укрепления , Lavrskie fortifikatsionnye ukrepleniya) i...
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Pyatnytska Church (Chernihiv)
Pyatnytska (St. Paraskeva) church (Ukrainian: П'ятницька (святої Параскеви) церква) is a functioning church in Chernigiv, Ukraine.
Pyatnytska church was built at the end of the 12th century –...
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The Council of Nicaea (painting)
The Council of Nicaea is an 18th-century painting, by F. Pavlovskyi, I. Maksimovych, A. Galik, G. Karataev and others. It is hanging in the Gate Church of the Trinity in Kiev.The painting depicts the...
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Chersonesus (Crimea)
Chersonesus (Ancient Greek: Χερσόνησος Chersonēsos; Latin: Chersonesus; modern Russian/Ukrainian: Херсонес, Khersones; also rendered as Chersonese, Chersonesos), in medieval Greek contra...
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National Sanctuary "Sophia of Kiev"
The National Sanctuary Complex "Sophia of Kiev" (Ukrainian: Національний заповідник «Софія Київська») is a historic preserve that contains a complex of museums in Kiev and Sudak and responsible fo...
Categories of protected areas of Ukraine
Categories of Natural Environment Protected Areas of Ukraine were reestablished (redefined) by the national parliament of Ukraine (Verkhovna Rada) after the fall of the Soviet Union. On June 16, 1992 ...
Khortytsia
Khortytsia (Ukrainian: Хо́ртиця, Khortytsia, Russian: Хо́ртица, Khortitsa, Polish: Chortyca) is a national cultural reserve (sanctuary) located on one of the largest islands of the Dnieper...
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Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans
The Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans in Chernivtsi, Ukraine was built between the years 1864 - 1882 to the designs of the Czech architect, Josef Hlávka. The Residence, whose buildin...
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Kamyana Mohyla
Kamyana Mohyla (Ukrainian: Кам'яна Могила; Kamennaya mogila, Russian: Каменная могила; literally: "stone tomb") is an archaeological site in the Molochna River (literally "Milk river") valley,...
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Bykivnia
The Bykivnia Graves (Ukrainian: Биківнянські могили) is a National Historic Memorial on the site of the former village of Bykivnia (Ukrainian: Биківня, Russian: Быковня, Polish: Bykown...
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List of historic reserves in Ukraine
The following list reflects all preserves (sanctuaries) of Cultural Heritage that are part of the "State registry of fixed landmarks of Ukraine".
Great Lavra Belltower
30°33′23″E / 50.434691°N 30.556455°E / 50.434691; 30.556455The Great Lavra Bell Tower or the Great Belfry (Ukrainian: Велика Лаврська дзвіниця, Russian: Большая Лаврск...
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Refectory Church (Pechersk Lavra)
The Refectory Church (Ukrainian: Трапезна Палата, Trapezna Palata; Russian: Трапезная церковь, Trapeznaya tserkov’) is a refectory and an adjoining church of Saint Anthony and Theodosius of th...
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Kiev Pechersk Lavra
Kiev Pechersk Lavra or Kyiv Pechersk Lavra (Ukrainian: Києво-Печерська лавра, Kyievo-Pechers'ka lavra, Russian: Киeво-Печерская лавра, Kievo-Pecherskaja lavra), also known as the Kiev Monaster...
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Old Town (Lviv)
Lviv's Old Town (Ukrainian: Старе Місто Львова, Stare Misto L’vova; Polish: Stare Miasto we Lwowie) is the historic centre of the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, in the Lviv Oblast (province),...
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Ancient Chernihiv
Chernihiv Ancient (Ukrainian: Чернігів стародавній, Chernihiv starodavniy) is the National Architecture-Historical Sanctuary located in the north-eastern Ukrainian city of Chernihiv. It was create...
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Church of the Saviour at Berestove
30°33′18″E / 50.437333°N 30.555001°E / 50.437333; 30.555001The Church of the Saviour at Berestovo (Ukrainian: Церква Спаса на Берестові, Tserkva Spasa na Berestovi; Russia...
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Livadia Palace
Livadia Palace (Russian: Ливадийский дворец, Ukrainian: Лівадійський палац) was a summer retreat of the last Russian tsar, Nicholas II, and his family in Livadiya, Crimea. The Yalta Conference...
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Golden Rose Synagogue (Lviv)
The Golden Rose Synagogue, known also as the Nachmanowicz Synagogue, or the Turei Zahav Synagogue (Hebrew: בית הכנסת טורי זהב‎) was a synagogue in Lviv, Ukraine. The Golden Rose Synagogue was ...
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Black Grave
The Black Grave (Ukrainian: Чорна Могила - Chorna mohyla) is the largest burial mound (kurgan) in Chernihiv, Ukraine. It is part of the National Sanctuary of Ancient Chernihiv and is an Archaeolog...
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Ancient Kiev
Ancient Kiev (Ukrainian: Стародавній Київ) is a historic preserve of the Kiev city, Ukraine. The preserve is a complex of landmarks located majorly in area of the Kiev city Podil district and stre...
Wooden tserkvas of Carpathian region in Poland and Ukraine
Wooden Tserkvas of Carpathian Region in Poland and Ukraine are a group of wooden Orthodox (and some Eastern Catholic) churches located in Poland and Ukraine which were inscribed in 2013 on the UNESCO ...
Jewish cemetery of Chernivtsi
The Jewish cemetery of Chernivtsi is a cemetery in the city of Chernivtsi, in Chernivtsi oblast, in western Ukraine.
The Jewish cemetery on Zelena street. was established by decision of the munici...
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