What is Ukraine well-known for?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    - The gas issue with Russia

    - Chernobyl nuke central

    - The beautiful prime-minister (a blonde woman in her 30's.. i guess)

    - The ugly president (a man with strange things in his face)

    - Good football players and clubs

    - Its simple flag (yellow and blue)


    can't remember more... sorry

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  • srura
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Ukraine has vineyards where they produce native wines, ruins of ancient castles, historical parks, Orthodox and Catholic churches as well as a few mosques and synagogues. Kiev, the country's capital city has many unique structures such as Saint Sophia Cathedral and broad boulevards. There are other cities well-known to tourists such as the harbour town Odessa and the old city of Lviv in the west. The Crimea, a little "continent" of its own, is a popular vacation destination for tourists for swimming or suntaning on the Black Sea with its warm climate, rugged mountains, plateaus and ancient ruins. Cities there include: Sevastopol and Yalta - location of the peace conference at the end of World War II. Visitors can also take cruise tours by ship on Dnieper River from Kiev to the Black Sea coastline. Ukrainian cuisine has a long history and offers a wide variety of original dishes.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    beautiful women ( i married one ) good Champagne at a fraction of the cost of french Champagne.

    beautiful scenery in the Carpathian mountains.

    fantastic architecture in Kiev and designer shops along kreschatyik.

    The Dnipr River.

    Miles and miles of grain fields.

    Good ski resorts in the carpathians, such as Bukavel.


    Obilon beer.


    Obriens irish pub.

    Street parties in the centre of Kiev from Independence square to Besserabskaya at weekends when they close off the main drag to traffic.

    Underground shopping malls.

    the metro

    The holiday resorts of the Crimea

    Borsche.with pampushka

    Chaotic airport at Boryispol

    Source(s): Lived and worked in Ukraine fabulous country
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  • 1 decade ago

    The toughest man who ever lived: Jack Palance. Just thinking about him made Chuck Norris wet his Underoos.

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  • 1 decade ago

    its architecture


    beaiful women

    orange revolution

    president yushenko (who has weird tumors on his face because he was poisoned by the russian government

    prime minsiter uliya timoshenko





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