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... br> Everywhere you can see huge posters for 'United Ukraine'. Everything that can be colored, is colored in yellow-blue. People hang out the national flag on their windows and cars. You feel the national spirit but meanwhile it's not agressive towards others. People concern about their future, many of them are engaged in the military operations. Of course, all of them hope the war will finish soon.
In couple of hours we have a flight to Tel Aviv - so our long journey is over.
... fine, and I got to the hotel safely around 12:30. My room wasn't ready yet, so they offered me some tea while I waited, and the wait wasn't even that long. I was out the door by 1:00 and I had until about 4:30 until I had to be back the room to pack my supplies and get the car that would be taking me to my event location, which was no where near the hotel.
My first stop was Andriyivskyy Descent (or Andrew's Descent). I, ...
... is actually across from central PO here in Kiev!), the Globe Monument- nicknamed "Lollipop". We are currently 7828 km from Washington, DC. Across the street is the Hotel Ukraine- a project of Stalin's. It wasn't finished before he died, so the city quickly completed it. Even with the hasty construction, it was once Kiev's most luxurious hotel. Just to the left of the hotel is Europe's largest flower clock- built in 2010 to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the ...
... 3. Yay for England since I was supporting them, but a bit sad seeing as 80% of the crowd was Swedish… Despite the massive number of Swedes vs Pommes, the English supporters – being the loud obnoxious people they are (no offense to English people) still managed to be the loudest and rowdiest of all. It was funny to watch as less than a quarter of the stadium was English, but this quarter had more security ...
... heritage which the World Heritage Committee considers as having outstanding universal value" and of more historical value since it was built by Yaroslav the Wise (foundations laid in 1037). Moreover, it is a museum and not an active church. The cathedral is known for its mosaics and frescoes in the Byzantine style but I have no pictures of the interior so I will have to send you to this webpage ...