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Babi Yar Memorial

Oleny Telihy Street, Kiev, Ukraine
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USD 79.36*
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Jewish History of Kiev including Babi Yar Memorial Private Tour
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USD 45.00*
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Private Tour of Jewish Community in Kiev
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Oleny Telihy Street, Kiev, Ukraine
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Wonderful memorial park which tells the history of what happen here and the massive loss of life. This is a solemn reminder of what we as mankind can and will do to each other. History buffs need to experience this park and just walk thru...More

Thank Jim C
Reviewed 6 days ago

The memorial of Babi Yar is truly heartbreaking. On these grounds, tens of thousands of Jews were murdered during WWII (as well as many other gypsies, clergy, mentally ill and political prisoners). In the late stages of WWII, the Nazis did everything possible to hide...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I think anyone going to Kiev should visit Babi Yar. It is very simple to get to from the centre, take the green line to 'Dorohozhychi' the memorials are in the park straight as you come out of the station. There are boards dotted around...More

Thank EuropeanCookie
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you've studied history chances are you've seen footage of Jewish people being lined up along ravines and murdered. I was shocked to find the ravine not marked, the Jewish memorial was smaller in comparison to the other memorials and most shocking of all, the...More

Thank Joshiewoshie
Reviewed 17 May 2017

This is a bit of a walk from the metro but it is through the park so can be a pleasant walk. There is very little to see when you get there just a couple of memorials but it feels important to go and I...More

Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 14 May 2017

My family lost many relatives here. It was a powerful memorial that only recently (1991) officially acknowledged that Jewish people were killed here. Until then, the Soviet Union refused to acknowledge them. (In fact, there is a huge memorial put up decades ago that mentions...More

Thank Inna B
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

Evil things happened here - but now the site is a large park. It is now a calm, quiet place of reflection for the memory of the dead. The signage is minimal but everyone who makes the effort to visit will know the story of...More

Thank Travelingjohn123
Reviewed 30 April 2017

I travel because it is my advanced form of education about the world. The new knowledge that comes my way is well worth the time and expense. My experience at Babi Yar was on that kind of par. I didn't know of the Holocaust history...More

Thank Larry W
Reviewed 14 March 2017

For who is familiar with the account of the mass murders by the nazis on Jews, Roma and many others, it may be shocking to fin that this place is now inside the city and functions as a park where children play. Information on what...More

Thank reinier s
Reviewed 21 February 2017

Babyn Yar is moving and a compelling story....a lot of history and a reminder of the inhumanity of mankind. This tour is a must see in Kiev

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20 April 2017|
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Response from Tapoetapoe |
I would go by Metro. Simplest and least time consuming. Metro stop at Babi Yar park is: (311) Dorohozhychi Don't worry about the Cyrillic spelling in the metro. It is both written in Latin as well as Cyrillic. Otherwise... More
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