Europe’s second largest state – almost twice the size of Germany – attracts visitors to the picturesque feather grass of its vast steppes, as well as to its long Black Sea coast . The harbour and trading city of Odessa is enjoying huge popularity, especially amongst a younger crowd. Major attractions of Kiev, the country’s capital city, include the Museum of Scythian Gold and the monk mummies in Kiev’s cave monastery on the western banks of the Dnieper River, as well as many other religious buildings, several of which are World Heritage Sites. The historical centre of Lviv is one of the places to be awarded this status, and close to the city an open-air museum offers insights into its eventful history.
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