Ukraine GuideUkraine is a country in Eastern Europe. It lies at the northwest end of the Black Sea, with Russia to the east, Belarus to the north, Poland to the northwest, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, and Romania to the south west and south, with Moldova in between. HotelsFind hotels in Kiev, Lviv, Odessa, Yalta and more.
Popular in UkraineKievKiev is the capital and largest city of Ukraine with 3-4 million inhabitants. It is in the north of central Ukraine on the Dnieper River. LvivLviv is in Western Ukraine and used to be the Capital of East Galicia. The biggest city of the region and major Ukrainian cultural center. OdessaOdessa is a city in Ukraine, a country in Eastern Europe. Odessa or Odesa is the administrative center of the Odessa Oblast located in southern Ukraine.
In UkraineCentral UkraineCentral Ukraine is the region in the center north of Ukraine, and is the country's cultural, economic, and political center. Western UkraineWestern Ukraine makes about a quarter of Ukraine, and is the country's most Central European region. CrimeaCrimea is a region in the south of Ukraine. The Crimean Peninsula is connected to the rest of the Ukraine by a narrow neck of land, making it more like an island with a natural land bridge than simply a bit of land jutting out into the sea. Southern UkraineSouthern Ukraine is the region aside from the Crimea that occupies the Black Sea coast of Ukraine. Eastern UkraineEastern Ukraine is the industrial coal-mining region of Ukraine, home to much of the country's Russian population. ZaporizhiaZaporizhia is a city in Ukraine. The name Zaporozhia means "beyond the rapids". Before the Dniproges Dam was built, the rapids on the Dniepr river were a notorious impediment to navigation.
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