Regions in Ukraine
Ukraine’s political, economic, and cultural center, centered on the capital of Kyiv.
For centuries, non-Russian European nations (e.g., Poland, Lithuania, Hungary, Romania, Czechoslovakia, and Turkey) ruled the region; as a result, Central European architecture, food, language, and religion may be found here.
The highly industrialized and Russified coal-mining area of the Donbass, which is home to major Soviet cities and a sizable ethnic Russian population.
The famous Black Sea coast of Ukraine, well known for the beautiful city of Odessa
Cities in Ukraine
- Kiev — The lovely Ukrainian capital, with its green hills and world-renowned Orthodox and Baroque buildings.
- Chernihiv — The historic city of Kyivan Rus’, one of Ukraine’s oldest cities, contains a lot of Medieval architecture.
- Chernivtsi — Bukovina’s city provides a Balkan ambiance combined with excellent traditional Habsburg buildings.
- Dnipro — The mile-long Promenade along the Dnipro River is the centerpiece.
- Donetsk — an industrial city on the Kalmius River in eastern Ukraine
- Kharkiv — For fifteen years, kozak metropolis served as the capital of Soviet Ukraine.
- Lviv — the country’s second most populous city In nearly everything, there is some Polish, some Austrian, and some Russian. The well-known medieval old town.
- Odessa — a port city on the Black Sea with a diverse cultural mix