Office in Kiev:

3, Baseyna str., office 12 (3rd floor)

Kiev, Ukraine

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Our agency is located in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. That is why we have prepared for you an article that will help you to have a better idea of exactly where you have the opportunity to come and will let you understand better the ladies living here.
Ukraine is the country located in central Europe, one of the largest on the continent. Its area is 603.7 thousand square km by territory and the population of Ukraine is comparable with France.

The population of Ukraine is about 48.4 million people. Besides of Ukrainians our country is inhabited by more than 110 ethnic groups. The Ukrainian language is considered as a native by 66% of population, while Russian is supported as a native language only by 31% of the whole population. Totally in Ukraine there are more than 73 thousand rivers. Also there are two mountain chains in the country: Carpathian and Crimean mountains.

Ukraine is a multi-confessional state. Since ancient times orthodoxy had been considered a traditional religious teaching. Generally the religious life of the country is influenced by three church institutions: Orthodox Church, Greek Catholic and Roman Catholic Church. Protestants, Jews and Muslims make up 5% of the total number of believers.

In almost all regions of Ukraine there are many recreational resources, including health resorts. The most popular touristic regions are Crimea, the Black Sea, Transnistria, Podolia and Volyn, the cities of Kyiv, Odessa, Lviv. These branches of significant natural, historical and cultural resources are the most promising for the organization of tourism activities.

The special pride of our country creates its nature reserve fund that has about 6 thousand objects with total area of 980 hectares, of which the most prominent are the Carpathian Biosphere Reserve, Carpathian National Park, Shatsky National Park, Synevir National Park and Askaniya Nova Reserve.

There are more than 200 thousand monuments of culture, history, urban planning and architecture, palace architecture, archeology and 378 museums in Ukraine. Also, seven national historical and cultural reserves were created here. The most valuable are monuments of Kyivan Rus (IX - XII century). 80% of all the historical monuments and evidences of this period are concentrated on the territory of Ukraine, of which the most prominent are Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and St. Sophia Cathedral, indicated in the UNESCO registers.

Kiev or Kyiv is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on the Dnieper River. The population is around 2,847,200 habitants making Kiev at least 8th largest city in Europe. It is the largest Ukrainian-speaking city in the world.

Kiev is an important industrial, scientific, educational, and cultural centre of Eastern Europe. It is home to many high-tech industries, higher education institutions and world-famous historical landmarks. The city has an extensive infrastructure and highly developed system of public transport, including the Kiev Metro.

Kiev is known as a green city with two botanical gardens and numerous large and small parks. The World War II Museum is located here, which offers both indoor and outdoor displays of military history and equipment surrounded by verdant hills overlooking the Dnieper river.
The centre of Kiev (Independence Square and Khreschatyk Street) becomes a large outdoor party place at night during summer months, with thousands of people having a good time in nearby restaurants, clubs and outdoor cafes. The central streets are closed for auto traffic on weekends and holidays. Andriyivskyy Descent is one of the best known historic streets and a major tourist attraction in Kiev. The hill is the site of the Castle of Richard the Lionheart; the baroque-style St Andrew's Church; the home of Kiev born writer, Mikhail Bulgakov; the monument to Yaroslav the Wise, the Grand Prince of Kiev and of Novgorod; and numerous other monuments.

At the city's southern outskirts, near the historic Pyrohiv village, there is an outdoor museum, officially called the Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine. It has an area of 1.5 square kilometres. This territory houses several "mini-villages" that represent by region the traditional rural architecture of Ukraine.

Kiev also has numerous recreational attractions like bowling alleys, go-cart tracks, paintball venues, billiard halls and even shooting ranges.