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Sights and Tourist Attractions in Zaporizhzhya

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American conglomerate General Electric, Lenin’s Soviet Industrialization Plan, and Modern World Wonders List as to 2007…. are united with something really big. It is the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station located in Zaporizhzhya.
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The Zaporizhian Cossackdom has played a significant role in the Ukrainian, and the European history alike. The Museum on the Khortytsia Island relays history of the Ukrainian Cossacks in amusing and unusual details, and boasts the most abundant collection of original Cossacks’ objects.
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Preobrazhensky Bridge
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The biggest on the Dnieper River, the Khortytsia Island has rocky cliffs and vibrant green floodplains, forests and steppe areas, marches and lakes, ancient findings and national history glory alike. Nowadays it is a historical natural reserve with numerous expositions and the Cossack theme museum. We would say visiting the island is a real must if you happen to be in Zaporizhzhya.
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Handsome Cossacks with immutable oseledets on clearly shaven heads, with gorgeous mustaches, dressed in traditional costumes perform tricky Cossack martial Arts and make a perfect equestrian show on the Khortytsia Island.
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The Zaporizhian Host takes a special place in the history of Ukraine. A cohort of skillful and brave Slavic hero warriors, the Zaporizhian Cossaks built fortifications downstream the Dnieper River rapids in the 16th century thus founding the Zaporizhian Sich. The museum features an open-air exposition of the Sich architecture.
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Good morning Miss Lugina.

Hope every thing is good with you always.
Please for give me for robbing some of your precious time, but I would like to express some of my thoughts of my trip to Ukraine.
First I will like to say that I felt in love with your country, I was treated with respect, and I was impressed by the honesty when I was using the public buses and people forward the money to the collector by asking the next person to pass and so on, and even if change is due, it will be delivered back to the person and nobody will take a penny; I have never seen that in any country I have visited ( about 19 in three continents) Also I never was afraid to be robbed or assaulted in the streets of Kharkov or any other I have visited, as I took a train for almost a 2000 Kms. round trip all the way to Uzhgara, unfortunately, I did not expend much time in Kiev which looks a beautiful city, but I am planning to go back next year.
It was not easy for me since I do not speak Ukranian or Russian, although I can read some words, but thank to my extensive travel experience I was able to figure out situations, now I am determined to learn as much as I can of the languages, so next time it will be much easier.
I am planing to visit the south of Ukraine all the way to the Black Sea cities and landscapes, and I will need of your services again.
If you need my feed back of this trip for your agency you have my authorization to publish it.
Your services where of what it got me there and I will recommend it to any one is interested to go to beautiful Ukraine.
Miss Lugina, have a wonderful week.


Jose Ardon Argentina September 2008

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