Archive for the ‘Sight-Seeing’ Category

8 Jul

Chernobyl Ghost Town: a Trip to Pripyat

by Kate Rutkovskaya The quiet town of Pripyat – a Ukrainian town that will never be the same again. On [&hellip

27 Feb

Captivating Sofiyivsky Park in Uman

This park is a famous example of a lavish landscape-garden design and is built around themes from Homer’s Odyssey and [&hellip

23 Feb

Koktebel: Sun-kissed Beach Resort on Black Sea

Koktebel is a small Black Sea resort town nestled against the mountains of Kara Dag in Crimea. Koktebel has a [&hellip

22 Feb

Staryy Krym: Step Back Centuries

Visiting Staryy Krym in Crimea is like grasping a bit of history in your hand. In fact, the name of [&hellip

20 Apr

Bakhchisaray: The glorious Khan’s Palace and more!

In Bakhchisaray, the must-see is the Khan’s Palace (“Hansaray”) that dates back to the 1500s. It was the center of [&hellip

26 Apr

24th Anniversary of Chornobyl Disaster April 26

On April 26, 1986 the city of Chornobyl, Ukraine was transformed.  Chornobyl became infamous as the most serious nuclear disaster [&hellip

15 Mar

Great Guide for L’viv

Check out L’viv in you Pocket! There is a free PDF download with a map!

11 Mar

What to See and Eat: Ternopil’s’ka

SEE: Emily Kotay* Kosova Western Ukraine is a major agricultural area in Europe.  The country fields are beautiful to see, [&hellip

9 Mar

A Sparkling and Cold Visit to Pochiav

Jenny Heintz,  Returned Peace Corps Volunteer March 9, 2010 Here’s a Photo of the well-known Monastery Pochiav in Ternopi’l’ska Oblast [&hellip

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