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Chernobyl, which brought Ukraine tragic fame, is a contentious place to visit. However, since Forbes magazine called Chernobyl’s nuclear power plant the most exotic place to visit on Earth, seeing the city and its surroundings became extremely popula

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Kyiv is the cradle of Slavic civilization and one of the most ancient, majestic, and beautiful cities of Europe. For good reasons, Honore de Balzac called it the Eternal City, Northern Rome. Not every European capital can be proud of such a long hist

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Picturesque and ancient, Kaniv was once one of Kyivan Rus’ largest cities. At that time, it was an outpost used for diplomatic meetings between Old Russian tsars and ambassadors of militant tribes. Later, in the 18th century, it became a popular dest

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The ancient Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi is famous its important role in Ukraine’s history. A defensive outpost of the Ukrainian Cossacks, the city was a diplomatic center, in which the representatives of different nations gathered. It was here, in 1654,