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If you’re interested in the World War and the untold story of Ukraine then this place is for you. It’s a very well laid out exhibition with lots to see and plenty of translated information for visitors. The statue, I was less sure about. We...More
This iron statue can be seen from the top of the bell tower of the Pechersk Lavra; Nearest as well to the Museum of war and history of Ukraine WWII. Behind it is a spacious ground for meet-up or children's playground. I have never been...More
Seeing the statue in person after looking at numerous photos leaves you in awe. The gigantic size of the statue is just incredible. There is a war museum located underneath the statue which is incredible as well.
The Nation's Mother is a 335-foot titanium goddess that towers above Kiev's right bank of the Dnipro River. With a sword and shield in her hands, bearing the hammer and sickle, she can be seen from different parts of the capital. There are two elevators...More
We wandered around the nice parkland surrounding the statue, it was really awe-inspiring, one of those huge Eastern European statue. The rest of the sculptures in the park are also worth looking at, just a nice place to chill out and relax.
This 102 metres stern and breathtaking statue of the Motherland stands high and mighty, overlooking the wide Dnjepr river. It is incredibly impressive, in a part of Kiev that is impressive already. Take a lift to the top of the statue, but do not forget...More
The park was absolutely fantastic to walk through. The monument is breathtaking, and the museums really interesting, especially if you are interested in military history (and even if not, definitely worth taking a look). Really close to the Lavra monestary (few minutes walk), so you...More
It is huge and expresses its prime objective, it is located on top of a hill where it would be seen from most of the city.
A prime example of soviet self-glorification and stands to remind the joined Ukraine history with former USSR.