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No one can visit Kiev without spending time in Independence Square (Maidan). On so many levels it is the heart of Kiev. On Friday and Saturday evenings it is so alive with people you just have to walk there.
The throbbing heart of Kiev is Independence Square, which is more commonly known as Maidan. It witnessed the Orange Revolution in 2004, and ten years later the large-scale Revolution of Dignity.
Today, it is the most favorite place for meetings, walking, night drinking, and people...More
Bad air, moisty, lots of cars in high speed, lots of pimps and hoes, lots of shops and atm`s some small "kiosk" with fastfood, and some beggars but its a cozy place anyway, good light/watershow and other shows at nights.
Independence Square is a long rectangle (only metaphorically a square). A series of water fountains decorate the middle surrounded by carefully landscaped green spaces. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the fountains spring up to changing colored lights, coordinated with music blasted from loudspeakers. The show...More