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I really recommend visiting this place. While slowly climbing up the hill you can enjoy different things. There are many stands with hand made things. You can have a nettle beer and some good local food in Kanapa restaurant, or coffee to go. In front...More
This place has something for everyone from the bustling art market to the sellers selling local handicrafts, and touristy souvenirs. The church was shut so we just clicked a few pictures fro the steps and that was it but we really enjoyed walking around the...More
We visited here at sunset time, and the views across the river Dnieper were amazing. The church itself is currently being renovated on the inside (Aug 2018), so we were not permitted to enter - but on the outside, it is perhaps the most beautiful...More
When we visited I think it also has a museum part to it, but this was shut, I think possibly for renovation. It's well worth popping up the stairs here though just to stand for a few minutes in ore of the views which you...More
Also known as Andriyivsky Descent, it was the proud domain of artists and writers in the 19th century. It is very often compared to Monmarte in Paris. Today, the narrow down-hill street is lined with mass-produced souvenirs, fake Soviet paraphernalia, machine-stitched Ukrainian embroidery, tee shirts,...More