First of all, let’s start with the answer to the question that worries the capital’s guests the most: what was going on at the Maydan during the Revolution of Dignity or, how it’s also called, the Euro-Revolution? You’ll see the places where the snipers were shooting down the protesters as well as the photographs of how the Maydan looked like just three years ago.
Then we’ll visit one of the biggest museums of Ukraine – the Museum of World War II. The museum’s collection accounts for 300 thousand unique exhibits telling the stories of that terrible war.
It includes: the museum and the monument “Motherland”, the main square with the Avenue of the cities-heroes and the sculptural compositions “Forced crossing of Dnieper” and “Transfer of weapons”, the high relief compositions “Heroes of battlefront and home front”, the bowl “Fire of glory”, the exhibition of military equipment and weapons of the 1940s, a separate building where the expositions “Tragedy and valor of Afgan” and “In foreign wars” as well as the open to visitors transport airplane Li-2, helicopter Mi-24B and jet fighter MiG-23 are displayed.
After that, we’ll walk up to the viewing platform of one of the primary symbols of Kiev – the Motherland monument. It’s the most memorizable item of the museum and one of the biggest sculptures in the world. By the way, it has been already visited by 22 million people. Here there are things worth looking at!
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Gastro tour, Old town tour, Art tour, War tour, Nightlife tour
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