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I enjoyed visiting the memorial and I would suggest doing so to everybody on their way to visit the Pechersk Lavra monastic complex, or maybe stop here for some picnic lunch afterwards. The WWII memorial is right next to the Famine Memorial and they both...More
Kiev has some notable monuments and this is no exception. A huge obelisk for WW2 with an eternal flame that has commanding views of Kiev. Adjacent is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the National Museum "Memorial to Holodomor victims". It also not far...More
bell ring and black marbles takes you away from this world. as I did not understand totaly this place meaning for ucraine people, when I saw a poor litle girl statue at entrance; I realized that this place is proof of something must not be...More
HUGE park with many monuments around, close to at least 2 museums/memorials, very well kept, and perfect for long walks admiring nature and a lovely sight of the city. Remember to bring lots of water if it's a warm day.