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Dnieper River, Kiev
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Main Railway Station, Kiev Golden Gate, Kiev St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery, Kiev St. Sophia Cathedral, Kiev Bell Tower, St. Sophia Cathedral, Kiev St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery, Kiev
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Arsenalna Station, Kiev Mariinsky Park, Kiev Panoramic View, Mariinsky Park, Kiev Balcony, Parliament Buildings, Kiev National Bank of Ukraine, Instytutska Street, Kiev House with Chimaeras, Bankova Street, Kiev
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Kiev Travel Post
One of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe and now the capital of independent Ukraine, Kiev was founded by a Slavic family consisting of 3 brothers, Kyi, Scheck, and Khoryv and their sister Lybid some 1400 years back. Between now and then Kiev has come under the rule of various empires from Kievan Rus to Mongolian to Lithuanian to Polish to Russian. For some empires it was the centre of power and prosperity and some left it to decline and decay. Amidst all this, Kiev has retained its own unique culture along with its pastel coloured buildings and golden domed churches and monasteries. Read more…

Kiev Travel Post


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