Black Sea Risheliyevskaya

Address: 59 Rishelyievskaya str., Odessa, 270023, Ukraine | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 59 Rishelyievskaya str., Odessa, is near Potemkin Steps, Mirror Stream fountain, Kharkiv Historical Museum, and Constitution Square.
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      I had high hopes for Odessa and I was not disappointed - it is a truly beautiful cosmopolitan city. Our guide was an older lady, born and bred in Odessa - she spoke very good English and had a lovely dry sense of humour. The city is not particularly old being founded in 1794 as a Russian naval fortress on territory annexed from Turkey in 792. Today it is the chief trading and fishing port of the country and it's harbour is kept open by ice breakers ...

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