Buymerovka Pine-Spa Resort 1936

Kosiora 1 a, Buymerovka, Kharkiv, 42760, Ukraine
Buymerovka Pine-Spa Resort 1936
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Travel in Ukraine

by Bruceroger

What is the best way to travel from Kharkov to Dniepropetrovsky

Re: Travel in Ukraine

by kvitrafn

Bus. It's not far away

Re: Travel in Ukraine

by GyuriFT

Either train or bus.

Train takes somewhat over 4 hours, bus takes 5 hours.

The "Skhidny Express" train # 173 (daily, except Tuesdays) would leave Har'kov 12:04, arrive Dnepropetrovsk at 16:34.
Track/platform of departure varies.

The train 803 (daily, except Wednesday) would leave 15:11, arrive 19:52. This looks to be a "parrot" (an upgraded faster elektrichka = EMU; 'parrot' because they sometimes have fancy color). Track/platform of departure 3.

There are also Russian through trains, usually they stay 20 minutes - so it's a good idea to be early.

The train 15 would leave in the middle of the night at 3:10, arrives 7:41. Track/platform of departure 4.
The train 65 would leave at 7:40, arrives 11:51. Track/platform of departure 6.

There are many busses, most use older Ikarus equipment.

The easiest choice seem to be the "parrot"

Re: Travel in Ukraine

by Pikine

Train 173/174 was cancelled effective yesterday. Not enough people using it.
http://mynews-in.net/news/politics/2011/02/15/2255786.html

Re: Travel in Ukraine

by GyuriFT

... maybe because the "parrot" (popugai) is cheaper?
That will live the OP with the 803/804 which is still OK.

Travel Tips for Kharkiv

Liberty Square

by hunterV

explore Liberty Square – the central square in the city and one of the largest ones in Europe. You will see “Kharkiv” hotel, lots of stores, cafes, etc. Walking in Shevchenko Park in downtown Kharkiv and visiting the zoo and the Botanical Garden.

People began to settle in the...

by Tolik

People began to settle in the area of the Lopan and the Kharkov rivers crossing in the 6th century AD. They belonged to the Severians (northern people), one of the Slavic tribes. Eventually, they built a town called Donetz in the 10th century. It was destroyed, burned to the ground by the Tartars in 13th century and local people abandoned the place. Second attempt was made in the middle of the 17th century. Emancipator war of the Ukrainian people had ended and they reunified with the Russians. Year 1653 is considered the year of foundation of the city of Kharkov. First documentary information about Kharkov is known to appear in 1655. It was 'The Name list of the citizens of Kharkov'. This document included 587 grown-ups who served in Kharkov's Cossack regiment.

The first gas lighting...

by Tolik

The first gas lighting appeared on the central streets and squares of the city in 1871.
Next year the opera house was opened. By the end of the 19th century Kharkov was a big industrial and trade center with many factories and plants and a net of railway communications. In 1896 a water pipe began to function and one year later the first power station was built.

In 1917 a civil war began in...

by Tolik

In 1917 a civil war began in the former Russian Empire after the October's upheaval. The city was captured by the Red army (The Russian communist), White army (The Russian monarchists) and Directory army (The Ukrainian national army, which fought for the independence of Ukraine). The Russian communists won this war. Kharkov became a capital of the Soviet Ukraine (1919 – 1934). 'Gosprom' (State Industry) building - the Kharkov’s landmark. It was built in 20-th for the Ukrainian government. Now the great number of offices locates there.

Stalin and his subordinates...

by Tolik

Stalin and his subordinates organized a famine in Ukraine in 1932 -1933. They wanted to kill the reach peasants and to drive other in the Kolkhozs (Communist collective farms). In those years nearly 5 millions people died. Many peasants went to Kharkov in order to save themselves, but a majority of them died from starvation.
Many innocent citizens - cultural people, engineers, simple were arrested in 1937 - 1938. Some of them were shot; other died in the concentration camps in the Siberia…Few returned home in 10-20 years.

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