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Poltava Branch

Today you discover the city of Poltava - an ancient, charming historical site with centuries of traditions, inhabitated by many wonderful folks of great hospitality who always welcome visitors from near and far. Situated on the scenic banks of Vorskla River.
The history of Poltava leaves in a deep antiquity. 1174 is considered to be the year of the foundation of Poltava when the settlement "Ltava" or "Oltava" is mentioned in the written sources. They say that the city received its name from the inflow of Vorskla - the river Ltava or Oltava, where the settlement was situated. In the beginning of 15th century a settlement appears with the modern name - Poltava. In 1641 Poltava was named as a city.
Poltava is fortunate to have a fascinating history, crowned by the famous Battle of Poltava as well as cultural heritage that is rich and diverse. This town was admired by millions of visitors who have been here once and wanted to come back many more times.
The cultural life of the city was always very rich. Glorified by many cultural people, Poltava has given to the world a lot of talented and famous people. Hundreds of world famous artists who were born and have lived here secured this place at the very forefront of Ukrainian history. Ivan Kotlyarevsky, Nikolay Gogol, Panas Mirny, Volodymir Korolenko to name a few: those classical writers' literature captured Ukraine's quest to understand and define itself. Poltava also is very privileged to be recognized as home for many significant painters such as Nikolay Lysenko, Nikolay Yaroshenko, Michail Schepkin, Vera Holodnaya, Fedor Garin, Alexander Kovinka and many others. Sons of Poltava were among the first who were paving the way into open space - names of Alexander Zasiadko and Yuri Kondratyuk are known to almost anyone. It's impossible not to mention Nikolay Sklifosofsky and Vladimir Vernadsky who have worked and lived in Poltava.
Citizens of Poltava are deeply connected with their rich heritage and spare no effort to ensure that it will be carefully preserved for the future generations. Discover this thriving and constantly evolving city through your own eyes, enjoy its ecologically clean air and water, marvel at its charming parks and meet some great, beautiful, elegant, smart and well-educated women along the way.
The city is situated on the right bank of Vorskla River, the inflow of Dnepr River. The climate is temperate continental. The winter is rather soft with the weak frosts and frequent thaws. The average temperature in January, according to the long-term supervisions is 6,8 C. The summer is warm and dry. July is the hottest month with the average temperature about 20,9 C. The winds of the east and south-eastward are predominant. The rainfall is about 484 mm a year, which allots in the quite a regular intervals on the months. The large forestland of deciduous and pine woods approach to the city from the different sides, forming almost closed ring.
The architectural ensemble of the Round square. (19th centaury), there are a lot of churches, Spaskaya Church (1705-1706), The cathedral (1699-1709), Uspensky Cathedral, a number of buildings recognized as the monuments of architecture (Technical University and others), the modern buildings with the rich architecture. (The Gallery of Art, the branch of the Juridical Academy etc).
The museums. The Poltava Local Lore museum. The museum of Poltava Battle. The museums of Kotlyarevsky, Korolenko, P.Myrniy. The art museum. The museum of cosmonautics etc.
And the number of the monuments of architecture.
The population of Poltava is about 314,9 thousands of people, 145 thousand of men live here and 169.9 thousands of women. Poltava is famous by its unique water and curative mineral sources. There are a lot of historical and cultural monuments in the city, the places of rest, quite and cozy parkways and squares:
Korpusniy Garden (the central park of the city) Sun Park The park of Glory, cultural and rest Park called "Victory", the birch park etc.
The people in Poltava are lovely and friendly. The Poltava land is famous for its hospitality and kindliness. Besides, the most beautiful girls live in Poltava. And if you are looking for the partner of life, you can find her here in Poltava!

Mariupol Branch

Mariupol is a port city in southeastern Ukraine. It is located on the coast of Azov Sea, at the mouth of the Kalmius River. Mariupol is the largest city in Priazovye - a geographical region around Azov Sea, divided by Russia and Ukraine - and is also a popular sea resort. Administratively, the city is located in Donetsk region and historically formed a part of the broader Donbas region. As of July 1, 2009, the city population stood at 491 618 people.

Mariupol city is an important industrial center and commercial port of south-eastern part of Ukraine. Mariupol is also a well-known Ukrainian health resort. Mariupol city has two steel mills ("Ilyich Iron and Steel Works" and "Azovstal"), making up a significant part of Ukraine's total export. Machine-building concern "Azovmash" is the largest in Ukraine.


Mariupol is known from the beginning of 16th century as Cossack fortress Kalmius. Mariupol received city status when Crimean Greeks settled there in 1778-1780. From 1948 to 1989 the city was named Zhdanov in honor of Andrei Zhdanov and has historically had a relatively large Greek minority. It is recognized as the center of Greek culture in Ukraine. About the history of the city one can learn at the Regional Museum, the Museum of Local Lore with traditional for these lands Polovtsy stone sculptures and the Museum of Ethnography.

The city occupies an area of 166.0 km (103.1 mi) (64 mi) (with suburbs, i.e. the territories subordinated to the Mariupol city council 244.0 km (151.6 mi) (94.2 mi)). The city is mainly built on land that is made of Solonetzic chernozems, with a significant amount of underground subsoil waters that frequently leads to landslides.


There is a moderate-continental climate with recurring droughts and dry winds in the summer and thawing weather, fogs - in the winter. Average temperature of air in January +22, 6F (-5.2 C), in July +72, 9F (+ 22, 7 C). Absolute maximum of temperature of air in the summer is +104F (+40C); a minimum in the winter is -25.6F (-32C). The city is connected by the railway to Donbass (the Direction of trains being: Moscow, Kyiv, Lviv, Saint Petersburg, Mensk, Bryansk, Voronezh, Kharkov, Poltava, and Slavyansk-na-Kubani).

International airport Mariupol after extensive renovation, has become one of the major developing airports in Ukraine. Its current capacity - 200 passengers per hour... The airport is located 5 km from the city.

Kherson Branch

Kherson - a city in southern Ukraine. Kherson is a city and administrative center of Kherson region (oblast), southern Ukraine. The city was founded in 1778 by the military leader and statesman Grigory Potemkin as a fortress to protect the newly acquired Black Sea frontage of Russia.

Kherson was named after ancient city of Khersones. In early 19th century Kherson city became a significant commercial port. Today Kherson is a very interesting city both for tourists and businessmen. It is, first of all, the famous shipbuilding town. The symbol of the city is a monument - sailer. Kherson port is one of the ten largest ports in Ukraine.

Kherson is not a tourist center, but tourist groups come here regularly. One of the most popular trips to Ukraine - a cruise on the Dnieper - passes through this hospitable city. Tourists have possibility to see such Kherson attractions as Kherson fortress ruins, Spassky Cathedral and the famous lighthouse of Kherson (Adzhigolsky lighthouse). Kherson city has teacher-training and agricultural institutes and a research institute of irrigation agriculture.

Places of interest.

In the city there are many historical memorials. The historical part of the city according to its architectural building was divided into separate districts: Greek, Polish, German, Jewish, etc.

One of architectural pearls of the city, its historical and architectural memorial is the stone Temple of Uspinnya Bohorodutsi built in 1786. The city has a remarkable zone of rest! These are entertaining complexes on Dnipro: Hydropark, "Calypso", "Panski Rozvahy", the centers of green tourism, sports water stations, tourist bases; clubs.

The special attention is paid to development of sports base of the city. Such sports directions as children's, youthful sports have considerable achievement. The best traditions of humanism have continuation in development of invalid sports.

Youth makes third part of the population. 27 higher educational institutions prepare high-quality specialists for the whole Ukraine. Thus, Kherson has its special, youth character. Lots of traditional festivals create celebratory mood throughout all year. One of the most popular youth tourism directions today is "Kherson festival".

Business tourism has gained considerable development. Kherson has friendly relations with many regions of the world. These are Zalaegerseg (Hungary), Zonguldak (Turkey), Kent, Tucson (USA), Shumen (Bulgaria), Sypin, Tsinan (Peoples Republic of China), and Rouen (France). Relations with Ploeshta (Romania) are established. Creative and economic communications exist with Moscow, Surgut, Kaliningrad (Russia), Kishinev, Tyraspil (Moldova).

Kherson is an active member of the International Black Sea Club (24 cities of the different countries of the world). The city is a member of Association of cities of Ukraine and the International assembly of capitals and big cities where there are presented 55 cities from 9 CIS countries.

In the city the number of hotels, establishments of fast food and elite restaurants increases. The new entertaining centers are opened. To services of visitors there are stadiums, pools, ice covered arena, theatres, concert halls, museums, parks, squares and, as usual, benevolent smiles, hospitality of local people, that is the integral part of the city not only of sunny summer, but also throughout all year.

Nikolaev Branch

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Nikolaev is a nice cozy city where you want to come back. It is friendly and kind.
Nikolaev is known as a City of Brides because of the beautiful ladies who live here. In September of 2010 near the Wedding Palace Monument to the Bride was constructed.
The city is located 65 kilometres o 40 miles from the Black Sea.
Population of Nikolaev is about 500 thousand of inhabitants and takes the ninth place by the quantity of population at the present time in Ukraine.
NAME Nikolaev
There are several variations of the city's name. In Ukrainian the city is named Mykolaiiv. The Russian name is Nikolaev. In 1920 Nikolaev government decided to rename the city in Vernoleninsk, but the new name has not been approved by the Government of the USSR. Nevertheless, in the German encyclopedic dictionaries in 1927 and 1932 on the map of European USSR, the city was named Vernoleninsk
Today Mykolaiv is a major shipbuilding center of Ukraine (as, earlier, of the whole Soviet Union) and an important river port.
Nikolaev Airport one of the largest and technically well-equipped airports in the South of Ukraine, serves the city. The airport is mainly served by cargo and only limited passenger service is available through this airport. There are two international airlines there: Nikolaev-Istanbul and Nikolaev-Moscow. Global Air Rescue works directly with Nikolaev International Airport to support ambulance needs. It provides citizens with the following services: Emergency medical teams, medical equipment and ground transport. Their network of air ambulances is equipped with state-of-the-art advanced cardiac life support systems.
Dnepropetrovsk airport is near to the city and you can use taxi or a bus to reach Nikolaev.
Mysterious ancient Greek settlement
Here and not far from here one can see many historic places such as ancient Greek settlement as Olvia. Its history is very mysterious and fascinating, a brave people Scyths who were our ancestors lived there and a great historian Herodotus, who is also known as Father of History, came there. If you are interested to see these lands with your own eyes and to know about them more, then you can easily go on excursion. It will take 40 minutes to get there.
Nature is near ZOO!!!
Among well-known places there is Nikolaev Zoo. It is one of the oldest and arranged constructions in Ukraine which is very popular among its citizens. Now its collection has totals 377 kinds and 2800 individuals. About 80 kinds are entered in the International Red book. The zoo takes part in 18 European programs of cultivation of rare kinds, enters into the Eurasian Regional Association of Zoos and Aquariums (ERAZA), in the International System of the Account of Animals (ISIS). In May, 2003 Nikolaev zoo has been accepted in the World association of zoos and aquariums (WAZA)

Kharkiv Branch

Kharkiv was founded in the 17th century as a military garrison, this city in northeastern Ukraine was built on the edge of the steppes, A legend tells that Kharkiv got its name from a farmer Chariton, a.k.a. Kharko. Two rivers, Lopan and Kharkiv, flow through this city.

The Kharkiv population is second after Kiev in Ukraine, and is now close to 1.5 million. Kharkiv is a big (if not the biggest) center of science and culture in Ukraine. There are more than 60 scientific research institutes, more than 170 secondary education schools, more than 150 educational centers and special secondary education schools, the number of private and state owned higher education institutions has now reached 80. About 20,000 students graduate yearly from Kharkiv higher education institutions. There are 49 cultural centers and institutions, among them 5 museums, a town art gallery, six major theatres. Nuclear power equipment, farm machinery, airplanes, and electronic devices typify the Kharkiv factory output.

There are plenty of things to do and to see in Kharkiv.

Odessa Main Branch

Welcome to the Pearl by the Sea-to Odessa, the city of romance, art, poems, theaters, vibrant nightlife, fascinating museums, beautiful beaches and a relaxed atmosphere. The city itself is full of historical, architectural, cultural and scientific interests; proud of its past and its traditions.

Odessa was founded in 1794 by Catherine the Great. The city's name came about as a result of an error. It was meant to be named after the ancient Greek city of Odessos or Ordissos, which was believed to have been founded in the vicinity.

Odessa is a popular resort, so here there is a huge amount of every possible place of entertainments, casino, restaurants, bars, discos, game centers, sports complexes. In summer time numerous outdoor cafe in center of the city and along all sea coast, near city beaches will help you to rest from a long walk. A favorite place of rest, in which concentrate the night life of the city is Arkadiya beach. Here you will find discos, a lot of cafes and bars, restaurants. Also a popular place is a district around the central old part of Odessa. Here there are a lot of entertaining places working all-the-year-round and opening only in summer.

Upon arrival, do not forget to stroll through the Old City from the Deribassovskaya Street to the restored Cathedral, Primorsky (Seaside) Boulevard and Potoymkin Stairs. And if you lose your way, do not hesitate to ask for help and be sure that Odessans will treat you as their closest friend.

Odessa is the largest seaport of Ukraine as well as an important rail junction and highway hub. Odessa is a major industrial center. Odessa is also a naval base and the home port of fishing. The city's industries include shipbuilding, oil refining, machine building, and the manufacture of chemicals, machine tools, clothing, and products made of wood and silk.

The relatively mild climate of Odessa draws visitors to the city's many resorts. Large health resorts are located nearby. You can enjoy different kinds of sanatoriums, SPA salons, massage, saunas and mineral springs.

Odessans are proud of their architectural and cultural heritage. Odessa has many universities, an Opera and Ballet Theater, a historical museum, a municipal library, an astronomical observatory, an opera house, and a picture gallery, other museums and theaters.
And, of course, it is not a secret for everybody that Odessa is famous for its Pearls- very irresistible, beautiful, charming, wonderful, fashionable, sexual, attractive, easygoing, life loving, cheerful, smiling, and lovely women, who combine both outer and inner beauty. They are hospital, hard working, loyal, faithful, tender, devoted, reliable and passionate.

Zaporozhye Branch

Zaporozhye is the cradle of Zaporizhian Cossacks, whose glory is well-known outside Ukraine. the city of Zaporozhye is more 200 years old. It is situated about 600 km South-East of Kiev. The city is built on the wide plains along both banks of the mighty and ancient Dnieper River, which gives Zaporozhye a unique atmosphere.

Here you can visit Khortitsa, the largest island on the Dnieper as well as the largest Hydro Rower Plant on this river, DNEPROGES, which are closely connected with the history of this country.

In the south the land of Zaporozhye is washed by warm waters of the Sea of Azov well-known for its health resorts and summer recreation facilities.

History of Zaporozhye city.

The history of Zaporozhye territory is rich in events. It had been inhabited by people form time immemorial. Scandinavian and Slavic boats pilled in to the Khortitsa banks, sailing by waterway from the Varagians to the Greeks.

Zaporozhskaya Sech became the first political formation on the territory of Ukraine with all the attributes of a republic. It kept its independence for a long time and occupied an outstanding place in international relationship.

The impregnable Khortitsa Island became one of the centers of Cossack civilization, and became a mighty force for the Ukrainian people in the struggle against foreign invaders. The town itself was founded much later, during a period of peoples against the Turkish Sultanate. Its origins go back to the end of 1770, when one of the fortresses of the Dnieper fortified line was build in the mouth of the Mokraya Moskovka.

Zaporozhye was originally named Alexandrovsk after the commander of the first Russian Army, Prince Alexander Golitsyn. The settlement grew up very slowly. Since 1785 it was called Alexandrovsk and some administrative offices appeared here at that time. In 1802 the town was included into Ekaterinoslav Province and in 1806 became a district town. Nowadays Zaporozhye has about 1 million inhabitants and is the centre of a range of industries and the home to Zaporozhye state university. In Zaporozhye there are now over 100 secondary school, 14 professional schools, a university, 3 institutes, 13 technical secondary school, 2 medical schools, 2 pedagogical institutes and musical colleges, about 30 scientific research and design institutions.

Zaporozhye has become a city of more than 1300 avenues, streets, side-streets and squares located in 6 administrative districts. During your stay in this city you will see memorial places, get to know the history and traditions of the people, go sightseeing. You will be offered rich cultural program.