Zaporiz'ka Oblast' Travel Guide

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Zaporizhzhya

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Berdyansk

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Zaporizhzhya

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Zaporizhzhya

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  • Victory Avenue

    Zaporizhzhya Things to Do

    There aren't many great floral displays in Zaporizhzhya, however starting at the Muncipal Administration building at the head of Victory Avenue its as good as it gets. The flowers at the WWII monument are stunners in their carpet beds. Strolling down Victory Avenue you're likely to run into wedding parties being photographed against the greenery...

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  • Intourist Hotel Zaporozhye

    Zaporizhzhya Hotels

    Standard rooms are ordinary, but clean and warm. The lobby is niiiice) Great ukrainian restaurant on...

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  • Walk old villages of Chortitza and...

    Zaporizhzhya Things to Do

    In 1790, Mennonites arrived from Prussia (Danzig area) to take up farming at the invitation of Czarina Catherine (the Great). They established many farming communities in the Zaporizhzhya (then called Alexanderovsk) area and undoubtedly the most prosperous was centred on two villages, Chortitza and Rosental. These villages increasingly became the...

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  • Walk along the Dnipro

    Zaporizhzhya Things to Do

    The area below the main bridge is a beautiful beachfront (I won't vouch for the water quality) which afords a great walk. There is a lot of graffiti along the retaining wall and seems to be a flourishing art. It is interesting how there is no graffiti in regularly travelled areas, but in certain locations it blossoms and seems to be tollerated. I'm...

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Melitopol'

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  • Melitopol Maps for tourists

    Melitopol' Favorites

    All about Melitopol here: http://nashmelitopol.com/maps/Showplace, Attractions, organizations, stores, drugstores, gas stations, service stations, cafes, bars, streets Sea and Sand

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  • Cyber + GB method

    Melitopol' Shopping

    Hi, would you advice me one cyber café as quiet as possible and not to noisy where you can go with a lady to have contact to Western Europe . Not in amarriage agency please . Second question :same thing to find a bookshop where I could find book + CR rom for ukrainian ( or russian ) speaking people who intend to learn basic english . Thank you.

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  • Great Ukrainian food, Soviet atmosphere

    Melitopol' Restaurants

    This is a very typical Soviet style restaurant, but the food is a bit better than average. The decor is an attempt at simple elegance, though it is quite faded. There is often live music, usually featuring a middle-aged man on a synthesizer and a young woman singing Soviet pop hits from the 1960's. There is no smoking allowed inside, so the whole...

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Berdyansk

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Zaporizhzhya

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  • Victory Avenue

    Zaporizhzhya Things to Do

    There aren't many great floral displays in Zaporizhzhya, however starting at the Muncipal Administration building at the head of Victory Avenue its as good as it gets. The flowers at the WWII monument are stunners in their carpet beds. Strolling down Victory Avenue you're likely to run into wedding parties being photographed against the greenery...

    more
  • Intourist Hotel Zaporozhye

    Zaporizhzhya Hotels

    Standard rooms are ordinary, but clean and warm. The lobby is niiiice) Great ukrainian restaurant on...

    more
  • Walk old villages of Chortitza and...

    Zaporizhzhya Things to Do

    In 1790, Mennonites arrived from Prussia (Danzig area) to take up farming at the invitation of Czarina Catherine (the Great). They established many farming communities in the Zaporizhzhya (then called Alexanderovsk) area and undoubtedly the most prosperous was centred on two villages, Chortitza and Rosental. These villages increasingly became the...

    more
  • Walk along the Dnipro

    Zaporizhzhya Things to Do

    The area below the main bridge is a beautiful beachfront (I won't vouch for the water quality) which afords a great walk. There is a lot of graffiti along the retaining wall and seems to be a flourishing art. It is interesting how there is no graffiti in regularly travelled areas, but in certain locations it blossoms and seems to be tollerated. I'm...

    more

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