Church of the Holy Archangel Michael in Bilychi

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Church of the Holy Archangel Michael in Bilychi, Ukraine, photo 1

Bilychi is a village with a population of about 1,400 people located in the south-west of Lviv Oblast, about 102 from Lviv. This village, surrounded by mountains on all sides, stretches from east to west for almost six kilometers.

Here you can see an interesting wooden church surrounded by an unusual round fence – the Church of the Holy Archangel Michael (1857). Bilychi on Google Maps. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

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Holy Protection Church in Romashky

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Romashky is a village with a population of about 800 people located in Kyiv Oblast, about 100 km south of Kyiv.

The main architectural attraction of the village is the Holy Protection Church built in the style of classicism in 1843. This church impresses with its massiveness and architectural design unusual for the countryside. In 2016, the restoration of the church was completed. Romashky on Google Maps. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

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Fortified Assumption Church in Pidhaitsi

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Fortified Assumption Church in Pidhaitsi, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine, photo 1

Pidhaitsi, first mentioned in written sources in 1468, is a town with a population of about 2,700 people located in Ternopil Oblast, about 64 km south-west of Ternopil.

This town has preserved a number of interesting architectural monuments. One of them is the Assumption Church (1650-1653) – an architectural monument of national importance constructed in the Renaissance style in combination with Ukrainian church traditions. Pidhaitsi on Google Maps. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

The main architectural feature of the church is a battle gallery with
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Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity in Mykulyntsi

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Mykulyntsi is an urban village with a population of about 3,600 people located in Ternopil Oblast, about 19 km south of Ternopil. First mentioned in chronicles in 1096, this is the oldest settlement in the region and one of the oldest settlements in Western Ukraine.

There are several architectural monuments in Mykulyntsi including the palace and the ruins of the castle. The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity (1761-1779) located here is a unique architectural monument of national importance. This is one of the largest Baroque churches in Ternopil Oblast. <a target=_blank href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Trinity+church/@49.3989234,25.6033695,1455m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m13!1m7!3m6!1s0x0:0x0!2zNDnCsDIzJzE3LjAiTiAyNcKwMzcnMDQuMCJF!3b1!8m2!3d49.38806!4d25.61778!3m4!1s0x47304b35e9b0d5bb:0x75032409f4462d9f!8m2!3d49.4000266!4d25.606159?hl=en"
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Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Telelyntsi

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Telelyntsi is a village with a population of about 500 people located in the western part of Vinnytsia Oblast, about 63 km southwest of Vinnytsia.

Here you can see a very interesting wooden church preserved in almost original form – Church of St. Michael the Archangel (1865). Telelyntsi on Google Maps. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Telelyntsi, Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine, photo 3

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Top Tourist Destinations in Ukraine

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Lviv, Ukraine

Ukraine, while one of the largest countries in Eastern Europe, is often overlooked by tourists. Many of them believe that it is not a safe country to travel, but please note that the troubles people run from are in the east. The rest of the country is safe to travel to.

Besides, Ukraine has a rich culture and plenty of things to see and do. Below, you will find a few of the top tourist destinations in Ukraine that you will surely enjoy.

Lviv

If you plan on going to western Ukraine, Lviv should definitely be on your list of ‘must-see’ locations. It
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Church of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin in Topilnytsya

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Topilnytsya is a village with a population of about 1,500 people located in the southwest of Lviv Oblast, near the border with Poland.

There is a beautiful monument of wooden architecture in this village – the Church of the Assumption of the Holy Virgin (1730). This church with other buildings forms a unique monastery complex of the 18th century. Topilnytsya on Google Maps. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

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Zbarazh Castle – the view from above

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Zbarazh Castle, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine, photo 1

Zbarazh Castle (1626-1631) is located in a park near the center of the town of Zbarazh in the central part of Ternopil Oblast, about 24 km northeast of Ternopil.

In 1649, this fortification played a key role during the uprising of the Zaporozhye Cossacks led by Bohdan Khmelnytsky. As a result of the siege of Zbarazh and the ensuing Battle of Zboriv fought between the combined Cossack-Crimean force and the Crown army of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Treaty of Zboriv was signed. Zbarazh Castle on Google Maps. Photos by:
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Svirzh Castle – the view from above

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Svirzh Castle, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine, photo 1

Svirzh Castle, a picturesque fortified aristocratic residence, is a unique monument of defense architecture of the 15th-17th centuries located in the village of Svirzh in Lviv Oblast, about 44 km southeast of Lviv.

First mentioned in 1484, it was originally a purely defensive stone building. After numerous renovations, the castle acquired its present form in the middle of the 17th century. In Soviet times, this building was used as a school of tractor drivers. Svirzh Castle on Google Maps. Photos by: Maxim Ritus.

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Zaporozhye Aluminium Combine – a Decaying Industrial Giant

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Zaporozhye aluminum combine is an industrial enterprise of the metallurgical industry of Ukraine, the only producer of primary aluminum in the country.

The construction of an aluminum plant in Zaporozhye began in 1930. The plant became the first enterprise of the Soviet aluminum industry. The first aluminum ingots were produced in 1933. Before the Second World War, it was the largest aluminum smelter in Europe. Zaporozhye aluminium combine on Google Maps. Photos by: Lana Sator.

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