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Ukraine is something of an enigma for the visitor. The largest country in Europe, it remains one of the least visited, yet it has retained the rustic beauty of old-world eastern Europe, and its place names are heavy with historical significance: Kiev, Crimea, Sevastopol, Odessa, Chernobyl.

Meander south along the Dnepr River from the golden domes of Kiev to the Black Sea, or head west across expansive wheatfields to the mystical Carpathian Mountains. No matter where you go, author Andrew Evans combines comprehensive practical information with a personal understanding of the country and its people.

Inside you will find information on: Kiev: birthplace of Slavic civilization; getting around, including rail travel and a cruising guide; the Crimea; churches, monasteries, and sacred sites; short walks and long-distance treks; essential words and phrases in Ukrainian and Russian.

Synopsis:

A dedicated guide to a fascinating country where Eastern Europe meets Russia.

Synopsis:

With comprehensive practical information, this guide to Ukraine reveals the country's personality through in-depth exploration of its history, culture and natural beauty. From traditional villages and monasteries to the hulk of Chernobyl, it shows how to explore by rail, boat or on foot.

Synopsis:

A dedicated guide to a fascinating country where Eastern Europe meets Russia.

Synopsis:

Ukraine is something of an enigma for the visitor. The largest country in Europe, it remains one of the least visited, yet it has retained the rustic beauty of old-world eastern Europe, and its place names are heavy with historical significance: Kiev, Crimea, Sevastopol, Odessa, Chernobyl.

Meander south along the Dnepr River from the golden domes of Kiev to the Black Sea, or head west across expansive wheatfields to the mystical Carpathian Mountains. No matter where you go, author Andrew Evans combines comprehensive practical information with a personal understanding of the country and its people.

Inside you will find information on: Kiev: birthplace of Slavic civilization; getting around, including rail travel and a cruising guide; the Crimea; churches, monasteries, and sacred sites; short walks and long-distance treks; essential words and phrases in Ukrainian and Russian.

About the Author

Andrew Evans, postgraduate of Russian and East European Studies from Oxford University, spent two years living in Ukraine shortly after the country gained its independence. Since then, he has dedicated himself to the study of Ukrainian folk culture, music, dance, art, and religion. He travels back to Ukraine regularly and writes numerous articles. He was shortlisted in the Bradt-BBC Wildlife Travel Writing Competition of 2002.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781841620848
Subtitle:
The Bradt Travel Guide
Author:
Evans, Andrew
Publisher:
Bradt Travel Guides
Subject:
Europe - General
Edition Number:
First edition
Edition Description:
First
Series:
Bradt Travel Guide Ukraine
Publication Date:
20040301
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
30 maps, 8 pages color photographs
Pages:
344
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.25 in

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Product details 344 pages Bradt Travel Guides - English 9781841620848 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by ,
A dedicated guide to a fascinating country where Eastern Europe meets Russia.

"Synopsis" by , With comprehensive practical information, this guide to Ukraine reveals the country's personality through in-depth exploration of its history, culture and natural beauty. From traditional villages and monasteries to the hulk of Chernobyl, it shows how to explore by rail, boat or on foot.
"Synopsis" by ,
A dedicated guide to a fascinating country where Eastern Europe meets Russia.

"Synopsis" by ,
Ukraine is something of an enigma for the visitor. The largest country in Europe, it remains one of the least visited, yet it has retained the rustic beauty of old-world eastern Europe, and its place names are heavy with historical significance: Kiev, Crimea, Sevastopol, Odessa, Chernobyl.

Meander south along the Dnepr River from the golden domes of Kiev to the Black Sea, or head west across expansive wheatfields to the mystical Carpathian Mountains. No matter where you go, author Andrew Evans combines comprehensive practical information with a personal understanding of the country and its people.

Inside you will find information on: Kiev: birthplace of Slavic civilization; getting around, including rail travel and a cruising guide; the Crimea; churches, monasteries, and sacred sites; short walks and long-distance treks; essential words and phrases in Ukrainian and Russian.

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