Hoverla, Carpathian Mountains: climbing to the top of the highest peak in Ukraine

Hoverla, Carpathian Mountains, Ukraine

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.

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Weekend in Kamyanets-Podilskyi, Ukraine – city of ancient historical castle and music festival “Respublica”

Kamyanets-Podilskyi fortress

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).

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Odesa/Odessa: secrets of the underground catacombs, Ukraine

Odessa, catacombs

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”

Tourist Carpathian narrow-gauge panoramic railway, Ukraine

Carpathian narrow-gauge tramway

A tourist Carpathian narrow-gauge panoramic railway is situated in Vyhoda, Dolynskyi district, Ivano-Frankivsk region, Ukraine, Europe.
Narrow-gauge railway was built by Austrian baron Leopold von Popper during the reign of Austrian-Hungarian Empire.
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