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Last week we looked at the sights and the historic city center. However, Lviv also travels to culture, food and a busy nightlife. Let's at least part of it “taste”.
Near the borders of Poland and Ukraine lies one of the most visited places of the country, the city of Lviv. You will find a well-preserved historic center under UNESCO protection and plenty of cultural activities. Let us now go to Lviv together.
On the Dnieper River since the 5th century AD stands the proud city of Kiev. Until today, it has preserved countless monuments, which blend with the architecture of the previous regime and the most modern buildings. Let's go to town together.
The wind swells slightly, the grass around waves to its rhythm and besides the singing of birds there is nobody there. Only you and the wild nature. Beautiful, a little mysterious, waiting to be discovered. The massive hills of the peninsula invite to the crossing of their ridges and after a long day and to sleep in the open air. This unspoilt nature awaits you in Transcarpathian Ukraine.
What do you think about when somebody mentions the Zakarpattie Region? I think mostly people would say: Kolocava. This little village is known to us from the book Nikola Suhaj Loupeznik. It is situated in the Sinavir National Park. By the way, you can also speak Czech there. Common Czechoslovak history has lured here more and more Czechs.
There is one of the most picturesque places in the Zakarpattia region. It is called Sinavirsko Lake. Its tags points out to its status - the Pearl of the Transcarpathian Sea or the Sea Eye. Already these names suggest that this is an extraordinary place to which a sad legend is attached. The whole area falls under the Sinavir National Park.
In the era of the First Czechoslovak Republic, the borders of our territory did not end in eastern Slovakia. Czechoslovakia also possessed the region of the Zakarpattia Ukraine, a territory rather known as the Carpathian Ruthenia, but the current official name is the Zakarpattia region. Whatever we call this corner of Ukraine, one is sure - lovers of nature will be enchanted by it.
Those who love architecture of the first Czechoslovak republic must see Uzhorod, Ukraine. There are structures by many famous Czechoslovak architects and many in their original state. Something what might be called a national art was one of the things holding and buttressing the idea of unified Czechoslovakia.
Today we look at the temples, which you can find in Kyiv- petcher Lavrae so many.
Kyiv- petcher´s Lavrae it is to one of the most interesting architectural complexes, which can be found in Ukraine.
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