The journey continues in Crimea. How Danish editor at experiences the Ukrainian peninsula. The second part of Jørgen Deleuran's tale.

Published in Others about UA
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Mramornaya Peshchera – Marble Caves

The caves at Chatyr-Dag were formed by an underground river sometime in the past.

Published in Crimea
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Foros is the southernmost city in Crimea

Foros is a smaller city with around 2,000 inhabitants on the southern coast of Crimea.

Published in Crimea

Gurzuf is located by the Black Sea in a scenic area at Aju-Day (Bear Mountain) in the Yalta region and has approx. 12,000 inhabitants.


Published in Crimea
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Simferopol – the capital of Crimea

Simferopol is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and has approx. 370,000 inhabitants. The city houses the parliament, Verkhovna Rada Crimea.

Published in Crimea

Alushta was founded by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian in the 6th century.

Published in Crimea

Sevastopol, formerly known as Sebastopol, is a port city in Ukraine, and is located on the Black Sea coast of the Crimean peninsula.

Published in Crimea

To visit Lviv and not visit Plocsha Rynok – unforgivable for any tourist who has set foot on the ground in one of the most beautiful cities in Ukraine.

Published in Tourism
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Kyiv's architectural sights

The centuries-old capital of Ukraine attracts many tourists annually to its ancient architectural ensembles. Not to come to Kyiv does not mean to see Ukraine.

Published in Tourism

One of Ukraine's pearls is Sofiyivka Park, unmatched human work that does not leave anyone indifferent.

Published in Tourism
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