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    Circus Art Festival in Dnipro – UATV

    The international children’s and youth circus art festival and the competition were recently hosted in Dnipro. Showing off their skills, 600 artists, aged 5 to 25, gathered in this Circus. There were over 1,200 applicants.   Acrobats were performing under the dome of Dnipro’s City Circus. Three young women were showing off some of their …

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    Stary Saltov, Kharkiv region, Ukraine

    Wanderlust often takes us far away from familiar places, to exotic jungles and high mountains. Still there is lots of beauty where we live and where we come from. Close to my hometown Kharkiv in Ukraine there is a picturesque village called Stary Saltov with a water reservoir and ancient history. Where the nomad trip […] More

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    Epic 1,130 meter zip line in Ukraine!!

    During my trip to Ukraine in January 2019 I spent several days at the Bukovel Ski Resort in the Carpathian Mountains. Running the full length of ski run 2a is the longest zip line in Ukraine at 1,130 meters. It was an epic ride! More

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    Ukraine ranks 39th among world's most powerful countries

    It is ahead of Finland, Greece, Oman, Kazakhstan, Poland, as well as a number of other countries, including Portugal, Serbia, the Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia, etc., according to a ranking published by U.S. News & World Report, a multi-platform publisher of news and information.

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    ‘Mother Nature recovers amazingly fast’: reviving Ukraine’s rich wetlands

    A battered old military truck and rusting Belarusian tractor are perched on the edge of degraded wetland in the heart of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. They have been hastily deployed in a desperate attempt to save an excavator from being swallowed by the squelching earth beside the obsolete Soviet dam it is trying to demolish.

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    Diana loved Borscht soup and Margaret Thatcher put juice in cake

    The Princess of Hearty! Diana loved to make Ukrainian Borscht soup, reveal their unseen letters penned 39 years ago. In 1981, charity in Johannesburg, South Africa, wrote to people in the public eye and asked them to contribute their favourite recipes for a new, local cookbook.

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