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Things to do in Kropyvnytskyi, UA

City Dendropark
City Dendropark

Kropyvnytskyi is a city in central Ukraine on the Inhul river, and is the administrative center of the Kirovohrad Oblast. Population: 232 052. Between 1939 and 2016 it was called Kirovohrad after the First Secretary of the Leningrad City Committee of the All-Union Communist Party Sergei Kirov. Earlier names included Yelisavetgrad and Zinovyevsk. The city is the birthplace of noted figures such as Grigory Zinoviev, Volodymyr Vynnychenko, Arseny Tarkovsky, African Spir and others.

Fortress of St. Elizabeth
Fortress of St. Elizabeth

Fort St.. Elisabeth was built in 1752 for the purpose of defense of the South of Ukraine from the raids of the Tatars and Turks. Construction is named after the patron saint of the Empress Elizabeth, who signed a decree on the construction of the fortress.

Guardian Angel Ukraine
Guardian Angel Ukraine

What is the best accessible to the Monument to the Victims of Chernobyl, ... Monument to the Victims of Chernobyl, Kirovograd ... to the Guardian Angel of Ukraine.

Halereya "Yelysavethrad"
Halereya "Yelysavethrad"

The historic name of the city Yelysavethrad was changed to Zinovyevsk in 1924, for Kirovo in 1934. The city was renamed Kirovohrad on the 10th of January, 1939. The history of Kropyvnytskyi starts from the Fort of St. Elizabeth.

Kirovograd Regional Art Museum
Kirovograd Regional Art Museum

The regional museum is the heir to the oldest museum institution ... masterpieces of iconography and sacred art XVI-XIX ... Kirovograd Regional Museum ...

Krayeznavchyy Muzey
Krayeznavchyy Muzey

House Shpolyanskaya (Art Museum) The building, which now houses the Museum of Art Kirovograd, probably built in 1897 by order of the Israeli merchant Shpola. Its architectural design and interiors were a case in the initial period of the modernist trend.

Oblasnyy Krayeznavchyy Muzey
Oblasnyy Krayeznavchyy Muzey

Преса Комунальний заклад «Запорізький обласний краєзнавчий музей» Запорізької обласної ради

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Pam'Yatnyk Tarasovi Shevchenku
Pam'Yatnyk Tarasovi Shevchenku

Пам’ятник не лише видатному поету й художнику, а й зрештою всій українській культурі, встановлено неподалік від середмістя Праги, серед парків та фонтанів, у велелюдному історичному ...

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Park Kosmonavtiv
Park Kosmonavtiv

The park covers an area of 45 hectares. In 1972, he was promoted to park monuments. Who is the most popular holiday destination of residents and visitors. In the arboretum can be divided into two zones: the "green" and entertainment area. In the park there are more than 50 species of various trees and shrubs.

Park Pushkina
Park Pushkina

Vacation short-term rental: Luxury apartment in Kropyvnytskyi, Studio directly from owner: Kropyvnytskyi 👌 Nearby: Park Pushkina, City Center (Bohdana Khmelnytskoho Square), Park Pobedy ️ Main facilities: Air Conditioning, Free Internet, Flat Screen TV...

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Soviet Monument
Soviet Monument

Kropyvnytskyi is a city in central Ukraine on the Inhul river, and is the administrative center of the Kirovohrad Oblast. Population: 232 052. Between 1939 and 2016 it was called Kirovohrad after the First Secretary of the Leningrad City Committee of the All-Union Communist Party Sergei Kirov. Earlier names included Yelisavetgrad and Zinovyevsk. The city is the birthplace of noted figures such as Grigory Zinoviev, Volodymyr Vynnychenko, Arseny Tarkovsky, African Spir and others.

The City Ramparts
The City Ramparts

The historic name of the city Yelysavethrad was changed to Zinovyevsk in 1924, for Kirovo in 1934. The city was renamed Kirovohrad on the 10th of January, 1939. The history of Kropyvnytskyi starts from the Fort of St. Elizabeth.