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  1. Cherkasy
  2. Dnipro
  3. Donetsk
  4. Havronschyna
  5. Ivano-Frankivsk
  6. Kamyanets-Podilsky
  7. Kharkiv
  8. Kiev
  9. Kropivnitsky
  10. Kryvy Rih
  11. Lviv
  12. Mariupol
  13. Mykolayiv
  14. Odessa
  15. Poltava
  16. Sumy
  17. Uzhhorod
  18. Zaporizhzhia
  19. Zhitomir

Ukraine


Official name: Ukraine

Political system: Republic

The head of the state: President

Legislature: One-chamber parliament - the Verkhovna Rada

Geographical location: in the Eastern Europe

Capital: Kyiv - 2,72 million people

Major cities: Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Odesa, Donetsk, Zaporozhia, Lviv

Official language: Ukrainian

Religions: Orthodox, Catholics, Protestants, Jews

Climate: temperate, mainly continental

Average temperature: from -2,9°С to -1,7°С in January; from +20°С to +24,4°С in July

Monetary unit: grivna (UAH)

Telephone country code: 380

International country: UKR

Internet domain: .ua

National holidays: August, 24th - the Independence Day (1991)

Major tourist sights: 11 natural preserves, including Askanya-Nova, Ukrainian steppe and Yalta mountain-forest preserves; Dnipro river, "Sophyevka" Garden and Park Ensemble (XVIII-XIX centuries) in Uman, Crystal cave in Ternopil, Nikitsky Botanical Garden in Crimea, recreation zones on the coasts of Black sea and sea of Azov, Carpathian alpine resorts; in Kyiv: Golden Gates (XI century), Sophiysky Cathedral (XI century), Mikhailovsky Cathedral (XI century), Kyivo-Pecherska Lavra (XI-XVIII centuries), Kirillovska Church (XII-XVIII centuries); Potemkin Palace (XVIII century) in Dnipropetrovsk; in Odesa: Potemkinska Staircase (XIX century) and Opera Theatre (1887); in Kharkiv: Pokrovsky Cathedral (XVII century) and Uspensky Cathedral (XVIII century); in Lviv: Gothic Cathedral (XIV-XV centuries), "Black Kamenitsa" Cathedral (XVI-XVII centuries), St.Yur's Cathedral (VIII centuries), Old Town; "Field of Poltava Battle" Museum preserve in Poltava, Historical and Architectural preserves in Kamenets-Podolsk, Lutsk, Chernigov, Ostrog; in Crimea: Demetra's crypt (I century) and Church (X-XIII centuries) in Kerch, Genoa Fortresses (XIV-XV centuries) in Sudak, Khan Palace (XVI century) and cavern Uspensky Cathedral (XIV century) in Bakhchisaray, Muphty-Dzhami Mosque (XVII century) in Feodosia, "Ancient Khersones" Historical and Archeology Preserve (V-I centuries B.C.), "Defence of Sevastopol 1854-1855" Panorama and Petropavlovsky Cathedral (XIX century) in Sevastopol, Alupka Palace-Museum (XIX century) in Yalta, A.Pushkin Cottage Museum, A.Chekhov Cottage Museum and Big Livadiysky Palace (1910) in Gurzuf