"Start your fascinating journey through the central part of the city from a meeting point at Maidan Nezalezhnosti where you will meet a guide and rest of the group. You will discover some popular tourist attractions including the Monument to the Street lights in Love the memorial of Independence the Globe Monument with the distances to the world capitals and the Kiev Founders Monument. If you’re visiting this square in Summer time
"You will start one of the most enjoyable tours of your life once you meet your guide nearby the St. Andrew’s Church. A 1.5-hour walk through the gorgeous Landscape Alley in Kiev full of unique modern works of art will totally enchant you. Situated in one of the most ancient and picturesque areas of the city this park impresses everyone from locals to foreign visitors with its charm and creativity. Walking along the Alley is like being in the fairy tale created by an extremely talented architect K. Skretutsky. Decorated with mosaics the marvellous sculptures of the Landscape Alley Park often remind of the Park Güell. Incredibly beautiful angels that sit on a pile of pillows and two original fountains
"Drive Kiev - Odessa Highway around two hours make a left turn to Holovanivsk and then another 30 minutes to the outskirts of Bobuz'ke village. Arrival to Museum. Meeting with the leadership of the museum - usually ex officer of the missile base. Update on the history of the Interc silo's lead trucks and at impressive SS-18 ""Satan"" Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. On the way back to Kiev we make a stop for lunch at one of the cafes. Arrival back time 4-5 p.m. """Sit in the Command seat and experience what Soviet officers could feel during the Cold War and being in charge of nine missiles SS-22. Take an underground corridor to the massive doors which lead to a self-contained silo-based 12-storey Command Post whichtitle=Highlights&1=1-day+tour+of+a+nuclear+missile+base+from+Kiev&2=Visit+a+retired+nuclear+missile+base+with+a+guide&3=Explore+hidden+underground+corridors+and+bunkers&4=See+Soviet-era+exhibits+and+displays%2C+and+learn+about+life+under+Soviet+rule+durin
Lisichansk was occupied by the Nazis for almost 400 days and nights (from July 10, 1942 to February 6, 1943 and from March 3 to September 2, 1943).
The city has several war memorials.
One of them is...
There is a new monument in Border Guards Park behind Dzerzhinsky monument.
It's in Defense Street ("ulitsa Oboronnaya" in Russian), just opposite Ukraine Leisure Center. This monument was dedicated in...