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All reviews independence square orange revolution hotel ukraine underground mall recent history who lost their lives modern history historical place lots of shops khreshchatyk street the main street great place to visit the heart of the city sunny day walk around monument globus
A lot of young people. Besides that and the historical role of the square in the recent years, so 5 minutes are enough. The surrounding buildings are quite strange mixture of different times. Check and go.
The monument, the square and the pictures of the fallen are very moving and all too real. Gives you a real feeling for the struggle going on in Ukraine to assert its independence.
Strongly suggest you go with a reputable guide, ours was arranged by...More
Yesterday I was with my wife and my little daughter walking in this place when my daughter saw those beautiful dressed monkeys As soon as she told me to see them we were surrounded by three men who offered to take a picture with the...More
So, if you are going to Kiev, it is impossible to visit Maidan. I advice Mamamia restaurant for lunch and dinner. At the weekends the avenue is closed to car traffic. This is giving the great atmosphere. Live strees musicians, people walking around with families...More
Quite a few important events in the recent history of Ukraine have taken place here. The trade building on one side has finally been cleaned up after the Maidan revolution. A great place to see the people of the city, especially on a weekend.
It is not possible not to see Maidan Square.
As it is :- so important for Ukrainian people
- so centrally located where Metro 1 and 2 cross
- where Chreszczatik Blvd has its central point
- as it hosts nearby traditional Ukraina Hotel from...More