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An unprecedented tragedy at Chernobyl Nuclear Plant is the world’s worst nuclear accident.Pripyat, the town closest to the reactor (3 kilometers distance), was home to 49,000 residents before the disaster, mostly the families of the plant workers; now no one lives there.I have very strong family values, and my purpose to create strong relation a...more about Nadegda from Nikolaev I am cheerful serious girl , looking for a strong, loving man who is ready to build family.How to get there: Walk down from Khreshchatyk Avenue towards European Square.
Completely off-the-beaten track, this small church is as old as time, dating back to 12th century.
And the fact that the Monastery is away from the main tourist sites in Kyiv will make the experience even more humbling and inspirational. Kyiv is no doubt a green capital, and has dozens of beautiful parks for short walks.
What they say: How to get there: Take a metro to the Petrivka Metro Station. Mariyinsky and Khreshchatyj Parks are among our favorites in the list of things to do in Kiev!
The ghost of this tragedy will hunt Ukrainian people for a long time, and 1986 is forever carved in the national memory. It tells the enchanting and rich history of Ukraine’s capital, through the story of its most famous street – Andriyivsky Descent.
If you don’t have a chance to go for a tour of Chernobyl site itself, you can learn more about the catastrophe in Kyiv’s most interesting and engaging museum. What they say: I didn’t imagine that this tiny museum, which costs pennies to enter, could be so engaging and informative. The Descent, or called by local people – Andriyivsky Uzviz, is a small down-hill street that used to connect the Upper Kyiv with the more commercial district of Podil, located on Dnieper River Banks.