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The central part of the city and the welcoming sign when you enter city from the Kiev side. Clean... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2017
Valdis A
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Kremenchuk, Ukraine
Visit to ancient Ukraine!

Well maintained, lot of historical cathedrals from X century to XVII. Big green park. Nice to walk... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2017
Slava S
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Baar, Switzerland
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13 Oct 2017
“Place to visit”
28 Aug 2017
“Visit to ancient Ukraine!”
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Preobrazhenska Street, Chernihiv, Ukraine
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

The central part of the city and the welcoming sign when you enter city from the Kiev side. Clean, well developed, well maintain and just very peaceful and historical place which is very much recommended to visit while in Chernihiv. Lots of sign in English,...More

Thank Valdis A
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Well maintained, lot of historical cathedrals from X century to XVII. Big green park. Nice to walk during hot summer day.

Thank Slava S
Reviewed 16 November 2016

From maps, I imagined Dytynets to be a much bigger place. That's why it was even more impressive that, in reality, it is relatively small and densely "packed" with many historical buildings - both religious and secular ones. From Historical Museum to Collegium to Saviour-Transfiguration...More

Thank Kostyantyn V
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Dytynets (Fortress). Located on the site of settlements dating to the beginning of the first millennium. From the 7th cent, these early settlements grew into a succession of fortified towns. By the early 12th cent. Dytynets was a mighty fortress containing royal chambers and living...More

1  Thank Prasche
Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

The history and art of Chernigiv all very affordable and comfortable; wonderful visit with my husband who was able to translate for me. Otherwise, it would have been a bit unclear.

Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 24 June 2016 via mobile

So this is a pretty massive park with some heavy hitter attractions: Boris & Gleb Cathedral are here, as well as the Transfiguration Cathedral. A small statue park is there as well, with some pretty cool pieces. This is a very popular park with locals,...More

1  Thank Jsleos
Reviewed 17 May 2016

The oldest part of Chernigov. In the last quarter of VII century arose a fortified town, which gave rise to future capital Chernihiv-Seversky Principality. There is beautiful park with several churches. Nice view from the top of hill. The best place if you need to...More

Thank O K
Reviewed 20 June 2015

Cherniv does avery good job looking after the ark. We were told that the Churches on the site receive funds from the Department of Culture in Kyiv. The walking paths and e grounds are clean and well maintained. There are 12 cannons from the 18th...More

Thank kolinKiev
Reviewed 11 August 2014

In contrast to the other hill (Boldin) in Chernihiv, Dytynets (aslo known as "Val") is standing right next to the St. Catherine Church and Desna River. As a result, it brings much more spectacular views than it is at the Boldin Hills. Nice alley with...More

Thank Lalaki-Papaki
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