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With the most number of skyscrapers, greatest kung fu stars and longest Diamond Vision television screen, the “Fragrant Harbor” wants to become a regional innovation hub
30 March, 2019, Yaroslava Kutsai,
What Ukrainian researchers do at the Faraday Station
31 July, 2018, ,
Previous Publications
Donwplayed and obscured for half a century, the Donbas appears as Ukraine’s historical and natural terra incognita
11 September, 2014   ▪   Hanna Trehub
Château de Dinteville preserves the memories of Cossack Hetman Pylyp Orlyk, and his son Hryhir, a French diplomat and a tireless promoter of independence for the Cossack nation
10 September, 2014   ▪   Alla Lazareva
The Ukrainian Week takes a tour around castles handed over into concession
17 December, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Syrtsov
The Ukrainian Week looks into the hidden face of Kremenchuk
25 November, 2013   ▪   Oleg Kotsarev
The walls of the True Cross Monastery in Pidkamin are like an open history book bearing traces of the Batu Khan invasion, two world wars and Soviet occupation
31 October, 2013   ▪   Olena Maksymenko
Once a major turbulent waterway of Lviv, the Poltva is now locked in a subterranean concrete tunnel. In addition to being the main channel, the underground labyrinth hides numerous Soviet military objects, bomb shelters and passageways to the basements of old buildings and churches
20 October, 2013   ▪   Vladyslav Vozniuk
Remote villages in Polissia are home to the descendants of old noble families
6 October, 2013   ▪   Olena Maksymenko
German Realism, Ukrainian jazz and Manhattan films - see what The Ukrainian Week recommends visiting this week
22 September, 2013   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
Slender Gothic towers, lavish Baroque iconostases, and solid timber domes that trace back to pre-Christian times – The Ukrainian Week takes you on a tour of the unique wooden churches scattered along the Polish-Ukrainian border
20 September, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Syrtsov
The Ukrainian Week visits places where tourists have yet to set foot
6 September, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Syrtsov
Post-Soviet millionaires are keeping Italian resorts afloat during the financial crisis. They are also changing the traditional atmosphere beyond recognition as skyrocketing prices encourage the locals to sell their property and leave
6 September, 2013   ▪   Olha Tokariuk
The submerged village of Bakota in the Podil Tovtry National Park hides historic secrets underwater
21 August, 2013   ▪   Ihor Tymots
The Ukrainian Week travels to Sumy Oblast in search of knights, nymphs and the inspiration for Tchaikovsky’s The Storm
6 August, 2013   ▪   Oleg Kotsarev
The Ukrainian Week offers a selection of events not to miss in Ukraine in August
4 August, 2013
Electronic music in Poland, hard rock in Ukraine, music and theatre laboratories at the Hungarian Sziget, and history, from the Paleolithic Age to Post-Modernism, in art
5 July, 2013   ▪   The Ukrainian Week
A town of two names and two worlds
14 June, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Syrtsov
A walk through the symbols, dreams and melancholy of Sokyryntsi-Trostianets
15 May, 2013   ▪   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
12 April, 2013   ▪   Oleh Apostolov
The Ukrainian Week dives into the watery wonders of the Ukrainian mountains
31 March, 2013   ▪   Dmytro Antoniuk
The Ukrainian Week peacefully “invades” the town of Zbarazh
15 March, 2013   ▪   Oleg Kotsarev
The gorges dividing the largest highland pastures of the Ukrainian Carpathians hide untold secrets
22 February, 2013   ▪   Oleksandr Zinchenko
The village of Kolochava is trying to fight chronic labour migration through tourism
21 February, 2013   ▪   Marichka Paplauskaite
Impact events have greatly changed our planet, including the territory of contemporary Ukraine
8 February, 2013   ▪   Leonid Zalizniak
Tourist attractions in Kharkiv Oblast worth seeing, regardless of the season or the weather
8 February, 2013   ▪   Oleg Kotsarev
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The culture of 'Muscovite Rus' came to form from two heterogeneous sources. The seed of the religious and artistic culture reached Muscovy from southeastern Europe (Byzantium, the Balkans) through Kyiv. On the other hand, the foundation of the political and legal culture came to Muscovy from 'Ulus Jöchi', better known as the Golden Horde. As a result, the Russian "spiritual culture" took the shape of a familiar European facade, behind which a non-European state infrastructure hid.
7 April, ,
German chancellor Olaf Scholz says Putin’s comments on US biological weapons seemed like an ‘implicit threat’
23 March, ,
It is us, Ukrainians, and all the citizens of this country, who must keep studying our own history. To defend our land and our country, we must know it better.
20 March, ,
86.6% of Russians tolerate and support the potential assault on the territory of the European Union, including: Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and others as evidenced by the results of the sociological survey conducted by “Active Group”
18 March, ,
 
 
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