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This square’s name was changed many times. Originally Nikolaev square, later Teveleva square, Soviet Ukraine square ,finally Constitution square. On the south-western side of the Nikolaev Square (Soviet Ukraine Square) there were trade houses of...more
All within a few meters walk, and sometimes by just a turn of the head, you can view various periods of architecture forums not only in Kharkiv, but most other major Ukrainian cities. Classical, Greek Revival influenced of the pre 1917 revolution, and the plain...More
Like any other main square, this one is also a very nice,kinda of elegant and intimately
Although situated in the city centre is quiet and offers an air of stand still. Often young students stop by and play guitar or rolling their skateboards,others even do...More
It's well worth a walk. Very relaxing in the sunshine, there are seats all around. There's a monastery right behind and the History Museum right next to it. A quick stroll downhill and there's the church of the Annunciation and all kinds of shopping close...More