Khotyn Fortress is one of the 7 wonders of Ukraine. What should every Ukrainian know about the Khotyn Fortress? How is the history of the Ukrainian Cossacks connected with the history of the fortress? And which battle here changed the course of history? You will find the answers to all of these questions in this publication.
In this publication we will tell you about 7 Wonders of Ukraine and interesting facts about them.
The Zaporozhian Sich is a place, which every Ukrainian should visit, as well as everyone who is interested in Ukrainian history and who wants to see where the courage of the Ukrainian nation was originated. In this publication we will tell you the most interesting things about the origin of the Zaporozhian Sich and show you how the the Cossacks’ life was organized. We will dive into exciting history. Stay tuned. It’s gonna be very interesting.
Climbing to the top of the highest peak in Ukraine (Hoverla Mount) is an exciting adventure, a difficult challenge with great physical exertion, but also a significant event that is worth your effort.
The biosphere reserve “Askania-Nova” was created by Friedrich Falz-Fein in 1828 to protect the natural complexes of the steppes in the southern Ukraine.
Dzharylhach – is the uninhabited island with the biggest area (56 m2) and the second largest island (42 km) in Ukraine (after Tendra island). The island is situated 9 km away from beach resort town Skadovsk in Kherson region.
If you think about the place, where to spend weekend in Ukraine, we recommend to visit Kamyanets-Podilskyi city, Khmelnytskyi region (about 500 km to the southern west from Kyiv).
Synevyr Lake is the largest mountain lake in Ukraine. In this publication, we will tell you about the history of how this lake was formed, interesting facts about it, and the most interesting – about the legend, which is being told in this area.
Odessa is famous not only for Derebasivska Street, Sea port or Potemkinska Stairs, but also for its catacombs – system of underground ways or coridors, which are connected between each other. Read more >> “Odesa/Odessa: secrets of the underground catacombs, Ukraine”