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07.8.2017

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Hotels - Kyiv

Fairmont Grand Hotel new
Hyatt Regency
Intercontinental
Opera
Premier Palace
Royal Congress new
Sheraton Kiev Olympiysky new
11 Mirrors-hotel new
Alfavito (ex Autograph) new action
City Park hotel new
Cityhotel new
Cosmopolite new
Diarso new
Dnipro
European
Gintama
Holiday Inn new
Kamelot
Khreschatik
National
Nivki Plaza
Park-Hotel Holosievo new
Perlyna Dnipra
Podol Plaza
President Hotel
Radisson Blu
Radisson Blu on Podol new
Riviera on Podol
Royal Olympic new
Salut
Staro new
Terra Nova new
Visak
Vozdvizhensky
Amarant new
Bakkara
Black Sea new
Bontiac new action
Bratislava
Corona
Domus
Druzhba
Express
Gonchar new
Ibis
Impressa
Kоzatskiy
Kiev
Lybid
Mir
Nivki eco-hotel
Oberig
Ramada Encore Kiev new
Royal City Hotel
Royal Hotel De Paris
Rus
Siesta new
Slavutich
Ukraine
7 Days
IQ hotel new action
Predslava
Raziotel new
Spartacus
St.-Petersburg
Appart-hall 'Panorama'
Attache
Grand Admiral Club
Kozatzkiy Stan
Old Viena
Senator Apartments City Center
Sherborne ApartHotel
Theatre Boutique Apart-Hotel
Tiso
West Park Hotel new

Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine (also known as Kiev), was founded by three brothers Kyi, Schek and Khoryv, and their sister Lybid more than 1500 years ago in 482 A.D. Kyiv is one of the biggest cities in Europe with the population of about 2.6 million. Kiev is often called the mother of Slavic cities. It is more than 15 centuries old and during this time Kiev has made a long way from an ancient settlement of nomadic tribes to largest European city. Kiev is integrally connected to Slavic culture development. Its monuments, architectural ensembles and cathedrals charm with their beauty, harmony and historical meaningfulness. The Ukrainian capital's attractions are covered with the spirit of old glorious times. Kiev boasts a long and glorious history full of heroic deeds. The golden age of Kiev falls on the 11th-12th centuries, when Kiev Rus was a powerful state, the center of trading routes between the Baltic and the Mediterranean. For long centuries Kiev was badly damaged and looted, but Kiev has survived and still amazes the contemporaries with its sublimity and beauty. Kyiv is a great city to enjoy long walks. It has beautiful architecture, wide spacious streets and many green cozy parks. The city is divided by the Dnipro River into 2 parts: on the right bank is the Old Kiev combined with the modern city center, the left bank is mostly a residential area with industrialized neighborhoods. On the right part are located numerous churches and monasteries the most famous of which are: The Cathedral of St. Sophia, Baroque church of St. Andrew, Cathedral of St. Volodymyr and The Pecherska Lavra, the Monastery of the Caves. Since there are a lot of churches and cathedrals in Kiev, the panoramic view of the Old Kiev is sprinkled with sunlit golden church domes. Walk up Volodymyrskaya Street, the main street of Old Kiev (Staryj Kiev) that ends by Adreevskii Spusk. This is a street built on a hill, where you'll see lots of artists selling their wares, many souvenirs stands and kiosks with a wide selection of Ukrainian pottery, embroidery, and handicrafts. The center of Kiev (also on the right bank) is modern, beautiful and vibrant. There are many restaurants, cafes and monuments. The main street, Kreshatik is not to be missed. The center of Kreshatik, Independence Square is a mix of Old Communist USSR and modern Ukraine. Ukraine has its share of the thoroughly modern, but even the capital, Kiev [Kyiv], is replete with Gothic, Byzantine, and Baroque architecture and artreminders of the many foreign overlords who have left their mark on the country. Nearly every city and town has its centuries-old cathedral, and many have open-air museums of folk architecture, caves stuffed with mummified monks, and exquisite mosaics wherever you look. Kiev has much to offer to its visitors. It ranges among the largest European cities, but it is not as familiar to the foreign guests as London, Paris, Moscow and other world tourist centers. Those who visit Kiev once, fall in love with this charming city and return over and over again to discover its attractions. Start your acquaintance with Kiev right now!


Ukraine, Kyiv
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Evening Kiev
Evening Kiev
St. Sophia Square
St. Sophia Square
House with Chimeras
House with Chimeras