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One more Ukrainian property in the UNESCO List

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One more Ukrainian property in the UNESCO List

A city of Chernivtsi, in Western Ukraine, appears on the "map" of UNESCO.

The buildings of the former Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans, now - Chernivtsi National University, has been recently inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

An article about Chernivtsi

www.wumag.kiev.ua/index2.php…

About the University

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernivtsi_University

Pictures and article about the University (Ukr & Rus only, but with several great pictures)

thisisukraine.org/index.php/uk/what-to-see/p…

Welcome to Chernivtsi!

Edited: 6:43 am, June 29, 2011
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1. Re: One more Ukrainian property in the UNESCO List

Thanks a lot for conveying this terrific news, marynuk! :))

Chernivtsi is a fabulous city (with impressivly many English signs in the streets, by the way). And the former Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans is its pure gem.

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The announcement by UNESCO can be found here http://whc.unesco.org/en/news/776

More information on the newly listed property in English with images, from Chernivtsi University web-site can be found here www.chnu.cv.ua/index.php?page=/en/unesco or uploaded following this link chnu.cv.ua/materials/…residence_eng.pdf (.pdf file; you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader for it).

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I just recently submitted The Residence of Bukovinian Metropolitans to be listed on TA tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g298054-d2… (and was about to post a review :). Hope it will soon receive the UNESCO tag attached to other TA listings, which are on the World Heritage list!

Edited: 7:23 am, July 01, 2011
2. Re: One more Ukrainian property in the UNESCO List

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