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Crimea is a unique region with a rich history, stunning nature, and cultural diversity. Surrounded by the Black and Azov Seas, it is a popular destination for beach holidays. The Crimean Mountains offer excellent routes for hiking, biking, and climbing. Yalta, Sevastopol, Sudak, and Bakhchysarai are just a few of the cities, each with its unique history and attractions. Crimea is renowned for its palace and park complexes, including the Vorontsov Palace and the Livadia Palace. Archaeological sites, such as Chersonesus Taurica, tell the story of the region’s centuries-old history. Crimea is also famous for its winemaking traditions, with wines from local grape varieties known well beyond the region.


Cherkasy region

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Cherkasy Oblast is located in the center of Ukraine and is renowned for its lush landscapes, historical sites, and cultural heritage. Cherkasy, the administrative center of the oblast, offers visitors numerous museums, parks, and monuments. Cherkasy Oblast is also known for the tomb of Taras Shevchenko in Kaniv, which is a pilgrimage site for many Ukrainians. The region offers excellent opportunities for nature recreation, especially on the banks of the Dnipro River, where you can enjoy water sports, fishing, and picnics.


Chernihiv region

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Chernihiv Oblast is a historic region in the north of Ukraine, known for its ancient Russian churches, monasteries, and fortresses. Chernihiv, the region’s center, is one of the oldest cities in Ukraine and the cradle of numerous historical landmarks, such as the Chernihiv Detinets, the Boris and Gleb Cathedral, and the Anthony Caves. The region offers excellent opportunities for ecotourism and nature recreation, particularly in the “Desniansko-Starohutskyi” National Nature Park, where you can enjoy the untouched beauty of the local forests and rivers. Chernihiv Oblast is also famous for its brewing traditions and the hospitality of its residents.


Chernivtsi region

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Chernivtsi Oblast is the gem of Western Ukraine, known for its rich cultural diversity, architecture, and history. Chernivtsi, the capital of the oblast, is often referred to as “Little Vienna” due to the influence of Austrian architecture. The city’s most famous landmark is the Chernivtsi National University, located in the former residence of the Metropolitans of Bukovina, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The region is famous for its ski resorts in the Carpathians, particularly in Migovo and Bukovel. Chernivtsi Oblast is also known for its festivals, including the International Festival “Meridian Czernowitz,” which attracts writers from around the world.


Dnipropetrovsk region

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Dnipropetrovsk Oblast is a key industrial and scientific center of Ukraine, located in the eastern part of the country. The region is famous for its city of Dnipro, which is the third-largest city in Ukraine, known for its parks, promenades, and modern art spaces. One of the notable landmarks of the region is the Dnipro Hydroelectric Station — one of the largest hydroelectric power plants in Europe. Dnipropetrovsk Oblast is also known for its historical sites. The region offers excellent opportunities for active recreation, including water sports on the Dnipro River and hiking in picturesque locations.


Donetsk region

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Donetsk Oblast is a region located in eastern Ukraine, known for its industry and natural resources. The city of Donetsk, until recent events the administrative center of the oblast, was famous for its parks, boulevards, and modern sports arenas, including the “Donbass Arena” stadium. The region has a rich history and culture, among which the historical and cultural reserve “Svyatohirsk” with its monasteries and churches, situated among picturesque mountains, stands out. The region is also known for the Soledar Salt Mines, where visitors can learn about the salt extraction process and visit the underground salt caves.


Ivano-Frankivsk region

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Ivano-Frankivska Oblast is a charming region in the western part of Ukraine, known for its Carpathian Mountains, traditional culture, and hospitality. Ivano-Frankivsk, the administrative center of the oblast, has many historical landmarks, including the City Hall, City Lake, and Armenian Church. The region serves as a gateway to the Carpathians, offering access to popular ski resorts like Bukovel and numerous hiking and biking trails. Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast is also famous for its mineral springs, forests, and national parks, particularly the “Carpathian” National Park.


Kharkiv region

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Kharkivska Oblast is a significant scientific, educational, and cultural center of Ukraine, located in the northeastern part of the country. Kharkiv, the administrative center of the oblast, is known for its numerous universities, including one of the oldest and most prestigious in Ukraine — V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. The city has a rich history and culture, with numerous museums, theaters, and galleries. Sarzhyn Yar, a picturesque recreational area with springs, is a particularly popular spot for walks among local residents. Kharkiv Oblast is also famous for its natural diversity, particularly the “Gomilshanski Forests” National Nature Park.


Kherson region

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Khersonska Oblast is a unique region in the south of Ukraine, known for its vast steppes, the Black Sea, and the Dnieper rapids. The region is an important agricultural center with rich traditions in winemaking and gardening. Kherson, the administrative center of the oblast, has access to the Black Sea and is famous for its seaport. One of the most famous natural landmarks of the region is Askania-Nova — a biosphere reserve with unique flora and fauna that attracts ecotourists from all over the world. Kherson Oblast is also known for the island of Dzharylhach — the largest sandy island in Ukraine, which is a popular spot for natural recreation.


Khmelnytskyi region

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Khmelnytska Oblast is a region in the western part of Ukraine, known for its historical sites and natural beauty. Khmelnytskyi, the administrative center of the oblast, offers visitors the Starokostiantyniv Castle and numerous parks and squares. One of the most famous landmarks of the region is Kamianets-Podilskyi, a city with an impressive fortress that is one of the best-preserved in Europe. Medzhybizh, another historical town, is known for its 16th-century fortress. Khmelnytskyi Oblast is also famous for its beautiful natural landscapes, particularly the “Medobory” National Nature Park, which offers excellent hiking trails and opportunities for nature observation.


Kyiv

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Kyiv region

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Kievska Oblast is known not only for its proximity to the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, but also for a diversity of historical sites, natural landscapes, and cultural landmarks. The oblast boasts numerous parks, forests, and rivers, making it an ideal place for nature recreation. Among the notable landmarks are the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, a historical complex included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and the museum of folk architecture and life in Pyrohiv, where you can see authentic Ukrainian huts from different regions of Ukraine. Kyiv Oblast is also known for the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, which attracts tourists from all over the world with its mystery and history.


Kirovohrad region

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Kirovogradska Oblast is located in the central part of Ukraine and is known for its steppes, historical landmarks, and cultural diversity. Kropyvnytskyi, the administrative center of the oblast, is famous for its theaters, museums, and green parks. The region hosts a unique historical and archaeological complex “Kamyana Mohyla,” which is one of the oldest cultural and historical monuments of the region. Kirovohrad Oblast is also known for the Fortress of Saint Elizabeth in the city of Novomyrhorod, which is an outstanding example of defensive architecture. The oblast offers excellent opportunities for agrotourism and nature recreation, especially thanks to its picturesque landscapes and clean air.


Luhansk region

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Luhansk Oblast is located in the eastern part of Ukraine and is known for its history, industry, and natural resources. The region has significant potential for the development of ecotourism, particularly thanks to the Svyatohirsk National Natural Park, which offers picturesque views and hiking trails. Luhansk, the administrative center of the oblast, is known for its cultural institutions, such as theaters and museums. The oblast also features unique historical landmarks, including the castle in the town of Bilovodsk, which bears testimony to the region’s centuries-old history. An important part of Luhansk’s cultural heritage includes numerous monuments and memorials dedicated to the events of World War II.


Lviv region

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Lviv Oblast is the heart of Western Ukraine, known for its rich history, architecture, and culture. Lviv, the administrative center of the oblast, is often referred to as the cultural capital of Ukraine. The Old Town of Lviv is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the best places to explore Renaissance and Baroque architecture. Lviv Oblast is also famous for its castles and fortresses, including the Olesko Castle, Pidhirtsi Castle, and Zolochiv Castle. The region offers excellent opportunities for gastronomic tourism, particularly thanks to the famous Lviv coffee and chocolate. Lviv Oblast is also known for its folk festivals, which showcase the region’s rich cultural heritage.


Mykolaiv region

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Mykolayivska Oblast is a region in the southern part of Ukraine, near the Black Sea coast, known for its shipbuilding and maritime history. Mykolaiv, the administrative center of the oblast, is often called the “city of shipbuilders” due to its significant contribution to the development of Ukraine’s shipbuilding industry. The region is famous for its wide beaches and resorts by the Black Sea, especially in Koblevo and Ochakiv, attracting tourists in the summer. Mykolaiv Oblast is also known for its natural parks and reserves, particularly the Kinburn Spit — a unique place with rich biodiversity and clean beaches. The historical heritage of the oblast includes numerous monuments and museums that tell the story of the region’s maritime history.


Odesa region

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Odeska Oblast is the jewel of the Black Sea coast, known for its port city of Odesa, which has a rich history, unique architecture, and a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Odesa is famous for its beaches, historic center, the Potemkin Stairs, which have become a symbol of the city, and its quaint streets that retain an old-world charm. Odesa Oblast is also known for the Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi fortress, one of the oldest and best-preserved fortresses in Ukraine, and wine-making regions, particularly Shabo. This region offers a wide range of cultural and gastronomic experiences, including the famous Odesa humor, museums, art galleries, and numerous festivals.


Poltava region

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Poltava region is a region in the central part of Ukraine, celebrated for its historical significance, cultural heritage, and natural beauty. Poltava, the administrative center of the oblast, is renowned for its role in Ukrainian history, especially for the Battle of Poltava, which had a profound impact on the country’s future. The city is home to numerous museums, parks, and monuments, including the Poltava Battle History Museum and the White Rotunda. The region is also famous for its traditional Ukrainian cuisine, particularly Poltava dumplings (galushki), which are a must-try for visitors. Poltava Oblast boasts beautiful landscapes, including the Dnieper River’s vast floodplains and the unique Sorochyntsi Fair, a cultural and trade event that showcases traditional crafts, music, and dance. This region offers a blend of historical exploration and the tranquility of its natural settings.


Rivne region

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Rivnenska Oblast is a region in Western Ukraine, astonishing with its history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage. Rivne, the administrative center of the oblast, is known for its green parks, historical landmarks, and hospitable people. The region is famous for the Tunnel of Love — a picturesque natural tunnel formed by trees along a railway track, attracting couples from all over the world. Rivne Oblast is also renowned for its historical castles and fortresses, particularly the Ostroh Castle, which has significant historical importance. Additionally, the region is rich in natural resources, including the Basalt Columns and the unique lakes of the Volyn Polissya, making it a perfect place for ecotourism and nature recreation.


Sumy region

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Sumy Oblast is a region in the northeastern part of Ukraine, known for its forests, rivers, and natural parks. Sumy, the administrative center of the oblast, offers many cultural and historical landmarks, including the Sumy Regional Art Museum and the Trinity Cathedral. The region is home to the Lebedyn National Nature Park, where you can observe rare bird species and enjoy the unique beauty of the local landscapes. Sumy Oblast is also known for its traditional crafts, including pottery and the production of embroidered shirts. The region offers visitors a unique combination of natural beauty and cultural diversity, making it a wonderful place for relaxation and exploration.


Ternopil region

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Ternopil Oblast is a picturesque region in western Ukraine, known for its historical towns, castles, and pristine lakes. Ternopil, the administrative center of the oblast, is famed for its lake in the city center and the cozy old town with cobblestone streets. The region is home to numerous castles and fortresses, including the Zbarazh and Terebovlia Castles, which are important witnesses to the region’s history. Ternopil Oblast is also known for its natural reserves and parks, offering excellent opportunities for ecotourism and nature recreation. A particular gem of the region is the Dzhuryn Waterfall, the largest waterfall in the flat part of Ukraine.


Transcarpathian region

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Zakarpattia Oblast is a unique region of Ukraine, located in the west of the country and surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains. Known for its mountainous landscapes, thermal waters, and rich culture, Zakarpattia is a popular destination for lovers of active recreation and ecotourism. Uzhhorod, the administrative center of the oblast, attracts visitors with its cozy streets, castle, and numerous cafes. The region is famous for its winemaking traditions, particularly wine festivals in Mukachevo and Berehove. Zakarpattia is also home to many nationalities that have preserved their traditions, language, and cuisine, making the region culturally diverse and welcoming to everyone.


Vinnytsia region

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Vinnytsia Oblast is a region in the central part of Ukraine, known for its historical landmarks, picturesque landscapes, and agricultural traditions. Vinnytsia, the administrative center of the oblast, attracts visitors with its Roshen fountain, one of the largest in Europe, and the city’s historical center, where buildings from the Baroque and Classicism periods are preserved. The oblast is home to many unique places with its traditional Ukrainian way of life, the National Museum-Estate of Mykola Pirogov, where the famous doctor and scientist is buried. Vinnytsia Oblast is also famous for its winemaking traditions, particularly the wine festivals held in the region.


Volyn region

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Volinska Oblast is a region in the northwestern part of Ukraine, rich in historical landmarks, natural resources, and cultural heritage. Lutsk, the administrative center of the oblast, is known for its magnificent Lutsk Castle, dating back to the 14th century and being one of the best-preserved castles in Ukraine. Volyn is famous for the Shatsky Lakes — a group of crystal-clear lakes that are a popular recreational and tourism spot. The region has a rich history, from the times of the principality to the events of World War II, with a large number of museums and memorials. Volyn is also known for its wooden churches, which are part of the region’s unique architectural tradition.


Zaporizhzhia region

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Zaporizska Oblast is a unique region of Ukraine, located in the southeastern part of the country, rich in historical and natural landmarks. Zaporizhzhia, the administrative center of the oblast, is known for its Khortytsia Island, the cradle of Cossackdom, where one can feel the spirit of freedom and heroism of the Cossacks. The region is famous for the Dnieper Rapids, magnificent waterfalls that were flooded during the construction of the DniproHES but continue to remain an important part of history. Zaporizhzhia Oblast is also known for its steppes and unique flora and fauna, making it attractive for nature lovers and ecotourism enthusiasts.


Zhytomyr region

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Zhytomyrska Oblast is a region in the northwestern part of Ukraine, known for its forests, rivers, and beautiful landscapes. Zhytomyr, the administrative center of the oblast, has many historical and cultural landmarks, including ancient churches and museums. The region is famous for its reserves, particularly the “Polissya” National Nature Park, where unique natural complexes are preserved. Zhytomyr Oblast is also known for its amber deposits, attracting geologists and tourists from around the world. The region offers excellent opportunities for active recreation, hiking and biking trails, as well as fishing and kayaking on numerous rivers and lakes.

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