The Pidhirtsi Castle in Lviv

The Pidhirtsi Castle in the Lviv region of Ukraine – is one of those that could survive to this day and not to be completely destroyed. It is included in the so-called «Golden horseshoe of Ukraine» together with Olesko and Zolochiv castles.

It was built in the late 30-ies of the 17th century. It has experienced many historical troubles and reached our days almost in its original form. While we were resting in Lviv, we certainly went here.

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The Nikitsky Botanical Garden in Crimea

There is the fact that Crimea has been a constant subject of most newspapers and news sites for several years. I wanted to cast aside this silly policy, hatred and hostility. I just wanted to remember what a wonderful place it is! In order to this wonderful peninsula was associated only with positive again!

I visited Crimea twice with my parents when I was a young kid. But that impression does not become worse. I remember a lot and I like to remember those warm and sunny days. I took out all these photographs and prepared a series of reports about Crimea! And I will not tolerate any hatred and anger in the comments. I warn you at once!

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Akkerman – is the largest fortress in Eastern Europe

During my second trip to Odessa, I had a little extra time. At the same time – the hotel where I mistakenly settled was terrible. The next day I was going to move to a good hotel and going to the conference. Thanks to it I came for free to this Pearl of the sea. At that moment I decided not to waste time and go to see something interesting.

During the planning of the trip, I became interested in the city of Belgorod-Dnestrovsky. It is famous for its Akkerman fortress. As a traveler and a historian, I could not pass by. Therefore leaving my things at the hotel I immediately went to the railway-station. I took a bus to the city of Belgorod-Dnestrovsky and arrived here in a few hours.

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