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This place is not far from the center.
It is frequented mainly by the young people who like the atmosphere and inexpensive drinks here.
There are special programs on holidays.
Dress Code: casual
Updated Feb 18, 2008
The town has a small bus terminal and a railway station that are located next to one another. There are a lot of transit buses from and to Luhansk, but not all of them make a stop at the bus terminal and stop at the motorway instead.
The bus fare is about 20 UAH ($2.5).
You can get to Novoaydar in about an hour.
The railway station is at 68 October Street, tel. +38 06445 9 17 60.
Updated May 2, 2011
Phone: +38 06445 9 17 60
A lot of small shops are located inside the big market and around it outside.
So you won't be mistaken when you go there to do some shopping.
What to buy: Fruit and vegetables, clothes, souvenirs, etc.
What to pay: 100 UAH and more, it depends...
Updated Jul 16, 2009
It was my good luck that I managed to see the poetry performance at the county leisure center called Palace of Culture here.
There were many people present, although it was a midday of a working day.
Everyone listened very carefully and was very interested.
The atmosphere was very sincere and homely.
This is where all the major holiday performances and meetings are held.
Updated Apr 23, 2011
Local journalists jokingly call Novoaydar Ukrainian Venice for its frequent floods resulting from the ground waters.
Almost every year dozens of houses find themselves in the flood zone in March even before the thaw starts.
Unfortunately the flood takes place several times a year.
Of course, you can hardly compare Novoaydar and its residents with Venice, but there is one thing in common: every year journalists arrive to this town to make coverage of the flood.
People have to survive and to find a solution to this problem themselves.
It’s no use trying to pump out the water. People and their domestic animals have to learn how to use ladders…
Take a look at Novoaydar pictures at:
Updated Nov 10, 2011
The local Colos stadium is the palce where the traditional Country Sports Games are held every year.
The games have been held since 1950.
There are competitions in eleven kinds of sports, among them:
The local soccer team is also called Colos ("wheat-ear").
Equipment: local soccer field.
Updated Oct 4, 2010
Address: Lenin Street