A walk through the symbols, dreams and melancholy of Sokyryntsi-Trostianets
May 15, Oleg Kotsarev
Home to abundant vegetation and ghosts in military uniforms, the half-ruined walls of now little-known and neglected forts - unique pieces of defence architecture - once withstood the attacks of Cossacks and Tatars
April 12, Oleh Apostolov
The Ukrainian Week peacefully “invades” the town of Zbarazh
March 15, Oleg Kotsarev
The village of Kolochava is trying to fight chronic labour migration through tourism
February 21, Marichka Paplauskaite
Impact events have greatly changed our planet, including the territory of contemporary Ukraine
February 8, Leonid Zalizniak
Heavenly forces don’t take the easy way. In order to roll a rock from the sea up to the top of a mountain, they can first level the mountain, chisel its fragments with the tide, dry the sea and raise a new mountain range from the depths of the sea.
January 21, Oleksandr Zinchenko
The world love for all things ethnic has reached Ukraine. As a result, the number of open air folk museums – skansens - is growing along with the interest in them
December 14, 2012, Dmytro Antoniuk
The Ukrainian Week takes a drive to explore places where significant military campaigns had taken place
November 24, 2012, Dmytro Malakov
Thrill seekers head to Zhytomyr and Rivne forests – a terra incognita for most Ukrainians
November 1, 2012, Olena Maksymenko
Just hearing the name of the Ukrainian city Sumy makes one want to go travelling. "Sumka" means suitcase, so let's visit Sumy, a place packed with places of interest sure to delight tourists.
October 22, 2012, Oleg Kotsarev
Mykolayiv Oblast’s attraction is the energy of the turbulent Southern Buh and the virginity of its granite prairies
August 30, 2012, Marichka Paplauskaite
For two thousand years Tepe Kermen, the lost city in mountainous Crimea, has been attracting people willing to live there.
August 3, 2012, Oleh Apostolov
Every year, dozens of Donetsk Oblast families flee to deserted villages to start new lives closer to nature.
July 26, 2012, Natalia Kommodova
The Ukrainian Week invites you to a virtual journey to Rivne
July 4, 2012, Oleg Kotsarev
Mangup Kale has become a home for ancient peoples and some of our contemporaries
June 18, 2012, Olena Maksymenko
Exotic and vibrant, Uzhhorod is a striking mix of the multiethnic past and present
May 23, 2012, Oleg Kotsarev
The Ukrainian Week lists the country’s most unparalleled places, including five spots that set European records and one that sets a world record.
May 3, 2012, Oleh Apostolov
Ed Stafford, author of the bestselling Walking the Amazon, speaks about his unprecedented 9,600-kilometre-long journey
April 20, 2012, Bohdan Tsiupyn
The rally on May 18 – the biggest lately - provided no answers for protest-oriented voters
May 21, Milan Lielich, 0
The Yanukovych regime is sticking to its utilitarian approach to European integration, while presenting it as the pragmatic protection of Ukraine’s interests.
May 17, Oleksandr Kramar, 0
Why are Batkivshchyna and UDAR leaders celebrating a Ukrainian tragedy?
May 17, Ihor Losiev, 0
De-Russification is crucial to a split with the Soviet past
May 17, Ihor Losiev, 0