The beautiful Ukrainian capital, home to leafy hills and world-famous Orthodox and Baroque architecture.
The second most populous city in Ukraine and its first capital. - In Sloboda Ukraine area.
A major port for the Russian Black sea fleet. Given the title 'Hero City' for its resistance to the Nazis during WWII.
Primarily known for its plant for the production of sparkling wine bottle classic way - the largest in Eastern Europe.
Rocky beaches, home to a number of dacha's and the magnificent Vorontsov palace, where Churchill stayed during the Yalta Conference in 1945.
Located in a canyon between Simferopol and Sevastopol, this town has a wealth of interesting sites to see including the Crimean Tatar Kha...
The center of Dnepropetrovsk region, part of the Dnieper Ukraine area.
Natural attractions, Svitiaz, Озеро з червоною водою.
A region of Ukraine that was annexed by the Russian Federation in March 2014.
The Museum of Shipbuilding and Fleet, Mykolayiv Regional Museum of Local History, Mykolaiv Observato.
The capital of Bukovina offers Balkan atmosphere mixed fine classical Habsburg architecture.
Is the oblast's capital, with two 'must see' the Castle-fortress, 1500; and the Exaltation of the Cross cathedral (Здвиженський кафедраль...
The highlights of its: Castle "Palanok", 14-18th century; St.Martin chapel, (каплиця св.Мартина) 14th century.
The historic Capital of Podolia, very picturesque medieval castle.
Ancient city of Kyivan Rus', one of the oldest cities in Ukraine, has lots of Medieval architecture.
Askania-Nova is a biosphere reserve (sanctuary) located in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine, within the dry Taurida steppe near Oleshky Sands.
A major industrial center, climatic and mud resort. Part of the Pryazovia area.
Lubart's Castle, Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral, Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral.