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Ukraine; Russian: Украина, tr. is a country in Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Russia to the east and north-east; Belarus to the north; Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west; and Romania, Moldova, and the Black Sea to the south. Ukraine also borders the Crimean Peninsula to its south, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014, though Ukraine still continues to claim the territory. Wikipedia
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The Lviv National Museum is one of Ukraine's largest museums, dedicated to Ukrainian culture in all its manifestations. It was established by Metropolitan Archbishop Andrey Sheptytsky in 1905 and was originally known as the Lwow Ecclesiastical Museum. It currently bears Sheptytsky's name.
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The Center for Urban History of East Central Europe is an independent research center, that was founded by the Austrian historian Harald Binder in 2004 as a private non-profit organization. It is one of the principal academic establishments looking at the urban history of East Central Europe, the region between the German-speaking countries and Russia. The academic principal of the center is Sofia Dyak.
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St. George's Cathedral is a baroque-rococo cathedral located in the city of Lviv, the historic capital of western Ukraine. It was constructed between 1744-1760 on a hill overlooking the city. This is the third manifestation of a church to inhabit the site since the 13th century, and its prominence has repeatedly made it a target for invaders and vandals. The cathedral also holds a predominant position in Ukrainian religious and cultural terms.
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Lviv Polytechnic National University is the largest scientific university in Lviv. Since its foundation in 1816, it has been one of the most important centres of science and technological development in Central Europe. In the interbellum period, the Polytechnic was one of the most important technical colleges in Poland, together with the Warsaw Polytechnic. In 2020, Lviv Polytechnic was ranked globally among top 1000 universities according to The Times Higher Education.
Built in 1925, used as a warehouse during the German occupation, returned to the Jewish community in 1989, then renovated.
Borys Voznytsky Lviv National Art Gallery , a leading art museum in Ukraine, has over 60,000 artworks in its collection, including works of Polish, Italian, French, German, Dutch and Flemish, Spanish, Austrian and other European artists. The gallery is "successor" to a Polish institution, Lwowska Galeria Sztuki, founded in 1907 as the city's municipal museum. The Provenance of its current stock comes from a multiplicity of largely Polish sources, including the early purchase by the then city magistrature of the private collection of Jan Jakowicz. The collection was subsequently expanded through donations of parts of the Władysław Łoziński and Bolesław Orzechowicz collections.
Rebuilt in 1930. From 1950, to 1980 it was - the hotel "Ukraine". After 2006 this building is a branch of the Ukreximbank.
One of the tastiest experiences to have in Kiev is a stop by Lvivska Maysternya Shokoladu. Lvivska maysternya shokoladu means “Lviv Handmade Chocolate”, and it’s one of Kiev’s oldest and best chocolate cafes. Lviv is a city in western Ukraine, that’s well known for a tradition of excellent chocolate. You can grab coffee, tea and deserts to eat in house, or buy coffee and chocolate to go in the shop.
Lutsk Castle , also locally known as Lubart's Castle or Upper Castle , began its life in the mid-14th century as the fortified seat of Gediminas' son Liubartas , the last ruler of united Galicia-Volhynia. It is the most prominent landmark of Lutsk, Ukraine and as such appears on the 200 hryvnia bill. The Kievan town of Luchesk had a wooden wall as early as 1075, when Boleslaus the Bold laid siege to it for six months. Yury Dolgoruky failed to take Lutsk after a six-weeks siege in 1149.
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The oldest piece is ringing in 1647. Many bells during the Cossack war of 1648-1654 was transfused into the gun.
Opened in 1973. The collection included foreign art XVII - the first third of the twentieth century represented the national school eight European countries: Spain, Italy, Flanders, France, Austria, Germany, England and Poland.
Located in the castle 's Court which originally was the county treasury. There the oldest printed book is 366 years old.
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The building known as the Lutheran Church in Lutsk, Ukraine, is in fact now a Baptist church. It is located in "Old Lutsk", the historical and architectural part of the city. The Church was built in 1907 for the city's Lutheran community. From the time it was built, it was the principal place of worship for the Germans living in Volyn.
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Lutsk "house with chimeras" - the most picturesque residential building in the city. Made for the modern sculptor Nikolai Golovanov. This home-studio is decorated with numerous stone sculptures in different styles, giving the impression of complete eclecticism. Pieces of fabulous characters and mythical creatures next to statues of saints.
The Great Synagogue in Lutsk, Ukraine, is a Renaissance building with a tower. Located in the Jewish quarter, it was the religious, educational and community centre of Lutsk Jews until the invasion of Poland in the Second World War. It was built in 1626 and is a good example of a fortress synagogue. Partially destroyed in 1942, the synagogue was restored in the 1970s.
The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary also called Assumption Cathedral is the name given to a religious building affiliated with the Catholic Church that follows the Roman or Latin rite and is located in the city of Kharkiv in Kharkiv Oblast in east part of the European country of Ukraine. The temple was built in neo-Gothic style between 1887 and 1892 on Gogol Street. In the thirties of the twentieth century, during the period of the Soviet Union the church was closed and turned into secular Local housed, among others, a cinema and an installation of the Communist Party. In 1992 the temple was returned to the Catholic faithful.
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The Complex parts is: the governors house, 1767-76, classicism style; the University church with new building (1823-31); the Building of chemistry department (1777) ; the Building of physics department (1777) ; The main gate, 1820-23; the University botanical garden founded 1804.
Kharkiv University History Museum is one of the first history museums created at higher educational institutions of Ukraine. Now it is located on the second floor of the main building of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University.
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This type museum is the oldest in Ukraine, according to the riches collected and stored in its archives exhibition of materials throughout the former Soviet Union. In 1954 the Museum was opened, which began as a small exhibition of dolls from the performances of the City theater. The building, where located today was a former bank, built in 1907. There are on the third floor three large exhibition halls. The museum has exhibits of the Soviet republics, Poland, Bulgaria, East Germany (GDR), USA, Canada, Belgium, France and other countries.
The largest synagogue in Ukraine, today a centre of Jewish culture and life. 1912. building relegated deeper into a site on the grounds that it was necessary to measure the distance of 100 yards (213 meters) from the Orthodox Nicholas Church. It housed The Jewish workers' club named the Third International, 1941 - Children's Theater, later the building was voluntary sports organizations, "Spartacus." Since 1990 transferred to the Jewish community of the city. After a fire in 1998 the building was renovated and opened in 2003
The Derzhprom or Gosprom building is a constructivist structure located in Freedom Square, Kharkiv, Ukraine. Its name is an abbreviation of two words that, taken together, mean State Industry. In English the structure is known as the State Industry Building or the Palace of Industry.
This two-story stone building, built in the years 1785-1787 by the architect P. Yaroslavsky in classic style
It is a polished black granite of a bronze bust of the famous Ukrainian writer Michael Kotsubynsky. Inaugurated in 1929 at the trade union garden (now Shevchenko Garden). T Later, the monument would be moved to park at the corner of Pushkin and Chernyshevsky streets. In 1957 at the same place opened a new monument to Mikhail Kotsiubynsky.
The Potemkin Stairs, or Potemkin Steps , is a giant stairway in Odessa, Ukraine. The stairs are considered a formal entrance into the city from the direction of the sea and are the best known symbol of Odessa. The stairs were originally known as the Boulevard steps, the Giant Staircase, or the Richelieu steps. The top step is 12.5 meters wide, and the lowest step is 21.7 meters wide.
Pontic Olbia or simply Olbia is an archaeological site of an ancient Greek city on the shore of the Southern Bug estuary in Ukraine, near village of Parutyne. The archaeological site is protected as the National Historic and Archaeological Preserve. The preserve is a research and science institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. In 1938–1993 it was part of the NASU Institute of Archaeology as a department.
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In former private residence of Count Pototsky, (1899). 26 halls - from ancient icons to modern art. You can see paintings by Aivazovsky and other famous artists.
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- Visitors to this museum will become acquainted with the adventures of Odesa’s most famous short term resident: the esteemed Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. The museum displays original manuscripts from Pushkin's writings, and a copy of a page from his book Eugene Onegin. The museum is in an apartment were Pushkin lived in 1823. It was opened in June, 1961.
museum/apartment was the former residence of the alpinist and collector Alexander Bleschunov. Fascinating exposition of various collections of art, relics and crafts.
Founded in 2000. - Reproductions of work by the adventurer, philosopher and Nobel Prize nominated artist Nicolas R.- 5 halls, art albums and Svetoslav’s portraits .
Built 1850, rebuilt in 1996. Sights: - A mikvah (a pool used for ritual purification), bimah (altar). - Houses the office of Odessa Region’s Chief Rabbi Shlomo Baksht. - Library: offers an impressive selection of Jewish books and films, English-speaking staff.
At the north end lies the Vorontsov Palace and its corresponding Greek-style colonnade.
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The Odessa Numismatics Museum is a currency museum in Ukraine. The museum preserves and exhibits ancient relics from the Northern Black Sea Region and Rus-Ukraine. The Museum is located in the center of Odessa:. at 33 Hretska Str.
The Odessa City garden is located in town centre of Odessa, Ukraine, at the Deribasivska Street. Founded by Felix de Ribas in 1803, it is the oldest park in the city. Felix de Ribas was an owner of most of this part of the town, but did not have enough resources to sustain the expenditure and so he donated the territory of the city garden to the city on November 10, 1806. The garden includes the summer theatre of the Odessa Orchestra, by architect R.A. Vladimirskaya , the pavilion, by architect A.A. Gentsler and a number of sculptures and monuments.The last reconstruction took place in 2007, when the pavilion, music fountain, and facades of buildings were renovated.
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