Fairly typical war memorial, notable more for the sweeping views of the Dnipro River and much of Kiev. Worth a stop on the way to/from the Lavra
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is quite a sad site, with a war feeling to it... Everything is clean and the message of the bad in war is clear. The good side to this attraction is the fantastic view it offers towards the Dnipro and its other bank. A must see in Kiev...
We walked through this park on the way to the Caves monastery. It's a very simple park but very pretty. There are a number of beautiful monuments dotted around, however as the inscriptions and the signs are all in Ukrainian, I had to research the history behind them upon my return to the hotel (worth doing to understand what you... More
One of the most famous places to visit in Kyiv is the Park of Eternal Glory. Located very close to Arsenalna Metro Station (the deepest metro station in the world!), it is a site that cannot be missed. This is dedicated to the fallen soldiers of the nation in the "Great Patriotic War" and the actual complex is 9.5 hectares!... More
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