Ukraine Is Famous For?

What is Ukraine famous for? Of course beautiful women, but also a country of scams! It is famous for not many know where it is, some think it is in Russia. I hope one day Ukraine will be famous for the kind, caring people that live there.


I am constantly getting emails from men that want to know if the girl they are communicating with is real. How can I tell if my online girlfriend is real? The best type is I have strong feelings for this woman I never met how can I be sure she is not scamming me? I have one answer to all these questions if you have even the slightest doubt about an online girl. Then you have to understand she is not real, please do not fall in Love with a photo!

 If you want to meet a real girl with a private date guide, book a tour with us. Personal Date Guide Ukraine. We will take care of everything from where you will stay, a nice apartment in the city center.

To all your ground transportation from city to city if you choose. The biggest thing we will provide is a real-life experience with real Ukrainian women. If you have a hard time meeting women we can help you we have been doing this for 4 years now. Please do not be like so many men that write me to late. Saying I am in Ukraine I got scammed can you help me find a good woman? It will be too late most of the times to ask this. You see we have men plan for this it would not be fair to add a new member to a tour in progress. You can write maybe we can help but it is not for sure.

 Don’t be one of those guys that are stuck in Kiev wondering what should I do now because you were scammed by some online dating group.

Lugansk Woman

I see and hear about this all the time it happens very often. Why waste your time and money on something you know is not real don’t fall for it. Plus you will not be able to see how great a place this is how incredible the women are. Stuck at a bar in downtown Kiev hoping for a miracle. I am the guy that can make your terrible trip to Ukraine special. I did before look for these stranded men, I would show them the right way to meet and date the women. This is how I started my business by helping the stranded foreign men.

Some of my clients ask me what is Ukraine famous for? There are only a few it is famous for not many good things.

I hope to change this I have not had one person I was with in Ukraine that did not like it. Whether they found a woman or not they found a good place. This is what happened to me eight years ago. Now I help men like I was back then. It is a good feeling to help a couple get together. For the lonely men of the world and also the lonely women of Ukraine.

So what is it famous for well here are some not so well known facts about this great country.

6. It is at the heart of Europe

Put your tea down because this one is a gasper. Within Ukraine is the geographical center of Europe. OK, it’s not quite as simple as that. A number of locations lay claim to the title and it depends on how you measure Europe, but the small town of Rakhiv in western Ukraine is one such place. The country has a second claimant in Transcarpathia, where an obelisk marks the spot.

7. It’s not The Ukraine

The English-speaking world commonly referred to the country as The Ukraine. That is, until independence in 1991 when the West gradually dropped the definite article. In 1993 the Ukranian government requested that the country is called just Ukraine. US ambassador William Taylor, who knew that addition of the “the” was considered insulting by some Ukrainians, said it implied a disregard for the country’s sovereignty.

8. It gets deep

Arsenalna, a station on Kiev’s Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska line, is the world’s deepest at 105.5 meters below ground.

The escalator at Arsenalna

9. And has a very wide road

Kiev’s main street, Khreshchatyk Street, is often referred to as the shortest yet widest main drag in the world. At only 1.2km long but remarkably broad, the street, which was destroyed in Second World War, is a focal point of the capital.

10. Speaking of Kiev…

No, chicken Kiev does not come from Kiev. It is thought to be a 19th-century French recipe, brought to the east by Russian aristocracy fascinated by French cuisine.

11. It was once a breadbasket

Bread, on the other hand, plays a large part in Ukrainian history. The country was once known as the breadbasket of Europe, owing to its large agricultural industry. This title was to cause the country immense hardship when it became responsible for feeding the Soviet Union under Stalin. Collectivisation and unassailable grain targets were the main causes of the Great Famine, otherwise known as Holodomor, which in 1932 and 1933 killed as many as 7.5 million Ukrainians. The famine is considered a genocidal act by 25 countries, including Ukraine, Australia, and Canada.

12. It has hosted plenty of history

Ukraine has played the stage for much destruction during its history. But it was also the host of the Yalta Conference in 1945, where Churchill, Stalin, and Roosevelt met to discuss the organization of post-war Europe. Livadia Palace, which hosted the meeting, is open today as a museum. Today, Yalta is part of history once again as it lies on the disputed Crimean peninsula, annexed by Russia in 2014. The Crimea is one of four regions the Foreign Office advises against travel to [Kharkiv, Donetsk, and Lugansk are the others].

A statue to commemorate the visit of Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt

13. It is home to ghost towns

Another Ukrainian claim to history is Chernobyl, the site of the world’s worst nuclear power plant disaster. The location in northern Ukraine is now the center of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, established by the USSR soon after the accident in 1986. Within the zones are a number of abandoned towns, most notably Pripyat, that draw interest from all over the world. Tours of the area, including the power plant, are available, at the risk of the traveler. Radiation levels remain dangerously high – read Telegraph Travel’s Chris Leadbeater guide on how to visit.


 14. And a cafe capital

The city of Lviv is sometimes claimed to have the most cafes in the world per capita. Fiona Duncan, after visiting for Telegraph Travel, said: “Though Livivians of today are known for both their fervent nationalism and for their churchgoing, their city has an easy-going, almost frivolous air, filled with university students, embellished by its frothy confection of Renaissance, Baroque, Belle Epoque and Art Nouveau buildings and scented with aromas from its hundreds of Viennese style coffee houses. We only had to step out from our hotel, the Opera, and stroll with the crowds along Lviv’s central spine, Svobody (Liberty) Avenue, to find out how relaxed the place is.”

15. It invented the gas lamp

Lviv also claims to be the home of the first ever gas lamp. Invented by a local pharmacist in a store called At the Golden Star, today the achievement is remembered by a café called Gasova L’ampa found in the same building.

16. Recognise this?

The Tunnel of Love, excellent Instagram fodder, is found in the forests near the town of Kleven. The railroad is for a private train that provides wood for a local factory.

The Tunnel of Love

Tired of chatting online with a paid girl to tell you everything you want to hear? Then come with me to Ukraine and have the time of your life. Maybe meet the woman of your life.

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