Favorite thing: Several monumental statuaries rise over to the of the city. Among these statuaries, the one of " The Mother Homeland " overhangs the Dniepr, on one hills afforested to the south of the city.
Favorite thing: House with chimeras - what a nice creation! It is worth to be viewed! What a pity it is under a construction at the moment.( Bankovskaya Str.)Hope very soon it'll look like a new one.
Favorite thing: This year Ukraine celebrates 10th anniversary of the independence. We have a great war parade and colorful demonstration dedicated to this event.
Favorite thing: Saint Andrew's church. This man (then saint) many, many years ago said: 'Here will be built a big town'. Many years are passed after his words and I can say that he was right.
Fondest memory: The main river port in Kiev is not far far from the metro bridge. The river port is one of the largest on the Dniper.
Fondest memory: The Ukrainian people are artistic. Painters inhabit the streets and squares, like those you see on the pictures.
Fondest memory: Kiev's winters from November to March are so cold that its waterways become frozen. June, July, and August are Kiev's warmest months, with temperatures around 25 degrees C during the summer.
Fondest memory: It's good to see some old cars as an opposite pole towards those in Kiev who apparently has a need to "flash" their acquired wealth with expensive cars.
Favorite thing: There are still many reminders that the city of Kiev was once part of the Soviet Union. The Hammer and Sickle can be found on many buildings and gates.
The greatness of buildings and wide streets, the underground city valled GLOBUS and many other interesting places
Fondest memory: The independence square
Fondest memory: Walking in the streets and enjoy the warmth in the smile of people especially ukraine girls and also the old Architecture and modern shops in Khreciatic streets.
Favorite thing: One could find monument to the famouse architector Gorodetsky in Passage (close to Kreschatic street).