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    The Ukrainian start-up producing ‘coffee glasses’

    Ukrainian start-up Ochis Coffee has found a highly creative and fashionable way to produce frames for glasses with an environment-friendly material: coffee grounds. The start-up produces frames made of the by-product of coffee beans, which is then mixed with flax and a vegetable oil-based biopolymer before they are moulded into a brick shape from which…

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    Ukrainian DJ Nastia becomes resident at BBC Radio 1

    One of Ukraine’s most popular DJs, Anastasia Topolskaia, better known by her stage name Nastia, has become a resident of the United Kingdom’s BBC Radio 1. She will give a series of six shows for the radio’s listeners that will offer both the DJ’s music picks and a look into her world as an artist.

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    Age of Kyivan Rus

    Kyivan Rus was a wealthy and powerful civilization that dominated Eastern Europe a thousand years ago. The heart of this civilization was Kyiv, the ancient capital. However, Moscow often tries to claim this heritage for itself. More

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    Chernivtsi National University

    Could this be the Ukrainian version of Hogwarts? Chernivtsi Univeristy is a public university in the City of Chernivtsi in Western Ukraine. One of the leading Ukrainian institutions for higher education, it was founded in 1875 as the Franz-Josephs-Universität Czernowitz when Chernivtsi (Czernowitz) was the capital of the Duchy of Bukovina, a Cisleithanian crown land […] More

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    Opera Houses

    Opera theaters in Kyiv, Odesa, and Lviv are veritable architectural pearls in Ukraine. They equal the leading theaters in the biggest cities of Europe and the world in terms of the adornment of their exteriors, richness of internal design or stage size

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    Saving Ukraine’s castles

    In Western Europe, castles are major tourist magnets and money makers. But in Ukraine, most castles stand abandoned and are falling apart.

    A group of volunteers wants to change that. They have created the 12 Vartovykh (“12 Guards”) charity fund, which employs creative media campaigns to promote the abandoned Ukrainian castles and raise money for their renovation.

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