One of the most ancient of Slavonic cities, Kiev for centuries has remained Russia's major historic and cultural center.
Nowadays the cultural life of the Ukrainian capital is extremely rich and diverse and represents a wide range of experimental and
traditional styles. For those interested in art, Kiev has a lot to offer. The art collections and architecture of Kiev are recognized world treasures. Theatre and museums buffs are offered an extensive list of celebrated establishments to choose from.
Kiev is often called the mother of Slavic cities. It is more than 15 centuries old and during this time Kiev has made a long way from an ancient settlement of nomadic tribes to one of the largest cities in the world.
Kiev is integrally connected to Slavic culture development. Its monuments, architectural ensembles and cathedrals charm with their beauty, harmony and historical meaningfulness.
The Ukrainian capital's attractions are covered with the spirit of old glorious times.
- Andreevsky Spusk
- Askold's Grave
- Babiy Yar
- Children Railway
- Saint Cyril Church
- Golden Gate
- House with Chimeras
- Independence Square
- Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra
- St. Sofia Cathedral
- St. Vladimir Cathedral
- Vladimirskaya Gorka