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Lots of concerts and also dances take place at this leisure center that we call Palace of Culture.
It is located next to the main square and looks very impressive.
It dates back to the fifties when the coalmining industry was in full swing...
Here are pictures of the evening city
Dress Code: casual but clean and neat
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Looking at the old coalmine waste heaps that we call TEPIKOH (Terra cone, that is, earth cone) some people might feel like mountaineering, but, alas, it is not recommended.
It is a health hazard.
You never know where the hidden pits are and who knows what awaits you at the bottom of the pit. It might take you right to the coalmine bottom that can be half a mile deep.... It's worse than quicksand...
So why take a risk?
You can merely enjoy the sight and have a picture of yourself taken at its background, but please do not try any mountaineering, OK?
The locals never walk up any coalmine waste heap.
They say there is enough danger in everyday life without it.
Unique Suggestions: Approach a waste heap somewhere on the outskirts and walk around it.
Fun Alternatives: walk up the hill at The Unsubdued memorial complex.
It is quite safe.
Enjoy the view!
Updated Apr 5, 2009
Luggage and bags: as you wish
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: The city is located at over 200 meters above sea levels, twice higher than Luhansk, hence windy weather at times....
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: everything's available here at the market or at numerous stores and shops....
Photo Equipment: take yours
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: a flashlight and good walking shoes would be a good idea
Miscellaneous: enjoy your stay no matter how short it is!
Written Apr 5, 2009