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The building is an art nouveau one located in the Lypky district of Kiev. The features on this building are very detailed and each figurine is crafted to the highest standard. However, the details can be hard to make out in unclear skies.
This is one of my most favorite buildings to visit while Im in town. It has some of the most unique creatures living along the top of one of the house in the presidents area. I have visited it while the president is in town,...More
This strange building is difficult to see on account of trees and security as this is a government building. It is a one of a kind and should be visited. Close to the Presidential Administration Building if you are trying to find it Bankova Street.
This building and its carvings of elephants, frogs, and all sorts of creatures is so cool! The only surprising thing was that it wasn't really a tourist attraction with open access, tours etc. - it is behind locked gates and you have to go to...More
While aplenty of useful tips have been shared by previous fellow reviewers, there is a certain decree of confusion regarding the access to the building. Contrary to asserted, the indoors entry is granted but only on Saturdays and on earlier booking. I am afraid as...More
It was worth having to have your passport on you or you won't get in. 2 checkpoints and must have a Ukrainian national with you. The building is magnificent with all the different designs on it. Worth bringing a good camera to get all the...More
Despite what other recent reviews say, it’s no problem getting close to this amazing-looking building. Yes the street is sealed off at both ends with checkpoints manned by well-armed soldiers, yes you have to go through some guardhouses, yes you’ll see a lot more soldiers...More