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Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. Ukraine borders Russia to the east and northeast, Belarus to the northwest, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively. Its population is about 46 mln people. Ukraine covers about 603.700-sq. km being larger than any country in Western Europe. From east to west Ukraine stretches for more than 1300 km and from north to south for almost 900 km.

Ukraine has a mostly temperate continental climate, although the southern coast has a humid subtropical climate. Precipitation is disproportionately distributed; it is highest in the west and north and lowest in the east and southeast. Western Ukraine receives around 1,200 millimetres of precipitation annually, while Crimea receives around 400 millimetres . Winters vary from cool along the Black Sea to cold farther inland. Average annual temperatures range from 5–7 °C in the north, to 11–13 °C in the south.

Ukraine is a republic under a mixed semi-parliamentary,semi-presidential system with separate legislative, executive and judicial branches. The President is elected by popular vote for a five-year term and is the formal head of state. Ukraine’s legislative branch includes the 450-seat unicameral parliament, the VerkhovnaRada.The parliament is primarily responsible for the formation of the executive branch and the Cabinet of Ministers, headed by the Prime Minister. However, the President still retains the authority to nominate the Ministers of the Foreign Affairs and of Defence for parliamentary approval, as well as the power to appoint the Prosecutor General and the head of the Security Service. Laws, acts of the parliament and the cabinet, presidential decrees, and acts of the Crimean parliament may be abrogated by the Constitutional Court, should they be found to violate the constitution. Other normative acts are subject to judicial review. The Supreme Court is the main body in the system of courts of general jurisdiction. Local self-government is officially guaranteed. Local councils and city mayors are popularly elected and exercise control over local budgets. The heads of regional and district administrations are appointed by the President in accordance with the proposals of the Prime Minister.

The constitution of Ukraine

The adoption of a new constitution of Ukraine on the 28th of June 1996 became an important event in the life of the people of Ukraine. Our country has long-standing constitutional traditions.Common to all mankind principles of democracy are embodied in the Constitution. The basic economic, social, cultural, public and political rights are guaranteed by the Constitution. According to the Constitution of Ukraine is a sovereign, independent, democratic, social and juridical state. Territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine are proclaimed in the Constitution. The power in Ukraine belongs to people. It is exercised through democratic elections and referendums and by state government bodies and self-government institutions. The form of state government is a republic. The head of state is the president. The VerkhovnaRada of Ukraine is the highest legislative body in the country. The principles of economic, political and ideological multiformity are proclaimed in the Constitution. All citizens have equal rights. People are proclaimed to be the greatest social value in Ukraine. These and other regulations are successively developed in the chapters of the Constitution. The best national traditions are embodied in the Constitution, it creates the legal bases of regulation of social relations.

Kiev, Khreschatyk

Kiev is the capital of our country. It is the largest city in Ukraine. More than three million people live there. It is the political, economic, industrial and cultural centre of our country. There are many factories in Kiev. They make different products. In Kiev there are many museums, monuments, theatres, cinemas, libraries and palaces. Thousand of students study at Kiev-Mohila academy, at Kiev University, many institutes and colleges. Kiev is a large transport centre. Kiev metro is very beautiful. Kiev is on the banks of the river Dnieper. The city is very green. It is one of the most beautiful cities of Ukraine. Ukrainian VerkhovnaRada, president and government are in Kiev. We are proud that our capital is one of the best and oldest cities in the world. Khreschatyk is the main street in Kiev. You can see many cars and trolley buses in Khreschatyk. There are many big green trees in it. A lot of people go to Khreschatyk every day. Some of them go shopping because there are many good shops and big market there. Other people go to the cinema, look at the fountains or sit on the benches. In the evening many people walk in Khreschatyk. There you can see many bright lights. People like the main street of Kiev because it is nice and green.

HolidaysinUkraine

We have many holidays in Ukraine,but I would like to tell about the main of them. First it is the New Year. It is my favourite holiday. It is merry to decorate the New Year Tree, to dance near it and to receive presents. Then in a week there is Christmas. In Ukraine it is an old and popular holiday. In the morning boys go from house to house, from flat to flat, sing traditional holiday songs and wish everything good to the people they visit. The people give them sweets, cakes and money. The 8th of March is the Women»s Day. Men give presents to our mothers, grandmothers, teachers, sisters and girl-friends and wish everything good to them. On the 1st of May we celebrate May Day. On the 9th of May we have Victory Day. It is a great holiday. We say, «Thank you very much» to old people who took part in the Great Patriotic War and defended our Motherland against the fascists. In spring we have one more traditional holiday. It is Easter. Usually people bake cakes and paint and colour eggs for the holiday. On the 24th of August we celebrate Independence Day. The 1st of September is a holiday for everybody who studies. Each holiday is interesting in its way but all of them are good and merry.

The traditional Ukrainian diet includes chicken, pork, beef, fish and mushrooms. Ukrainians also tend to eat a lot of potatoes, grains, fresh and pickled vegetables. Popular traditional dishes include varenyky (boiled dumplings with mushrooms, potatoes, sauerkraut, cottage cheese or cherries), borsch (soup made of beets, cabbage and mushrooms or meat), holubtsi (stuffed cabbage rolls filled with rice, carrots and meat) and pierogi (dumplings filled with boiled potatoes and cheese or meat). Ukrainian specialties also include Chicken Kiev and Kiev Cake. Ukrainians drink stewed fruit, juices, milk, buttermilk (they make cottage cheese from this), mineral water, tea and coffee, beer, wine and horilka Ukrainian borscht soup with smetana Traditional Ukrainian Paska for Easter

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Sofiyivsky Park – the park was founded in 1796 by a Polish nobleman who helped rebuild the city of Uman. The gardens feature over 2000 local and exotic plants including flowering trees and towering pines and cypress.

Kiev Pechersk Lavra – the Monastery of the Caves is an active destination for pilgrims and cultural tourists alike. Visitors can see the ornate Great Lavra Belltower and fine examples of Ukrainian Baroque architecture such as the All Saints church. Beneath the ground, a network of caves holds underground living quarters and chapels. Kiev Pechersk Lavra – the Monastery of the Caves is an active destination for pilgrims and cultural tourists alike. Visitors can see the ornate Great Lavra Belltower and fine examples of Ukrainian Baroque architecture such as the All Saints church. Beneath the ground, a network of caves holds underground living quarters and chapels.

Khortytsia – Khortytsia is a national culture reserve located on the largest island in the Dnieper River. The island is known for its unique plants and animals and its large museum documenting the islands many eras. The island has been occupied by people for five thousand years, and signs of every group can be found. Khortytsia – Khortytsia is a national culture reserve located on the largest island in the Dnieper River. The island is known for its unique plants and animals and its large museum documenting the islands many eras. The island has been occupied by people for five thousand years, and signs of every group can be found.

Kamianets National Historic-Architectural Reserve – The Kamianets is a Ukrainian architectural jewel. Throughout the centuries, a diverse population of Polish, Armenians and Ukrainians have occupied the city and left their mark. Among the city’s many distinctive buildings is the Kamianets-Podilskiy Castle, which has served as both a protection for the city and a prison for debtors in various eras. Kamianets National Historic-Architectural Reserve – The Kamianets is a Ukrainian architectural jewel. Throughout the centuries, a diverse population of Polish, Armenians and Ukrainians have occupied the city and left their mark. Among the city’s many distinctive buildings is the Kamianets-Podilskiy Castle, which has served as both a protection for the city and a prison for debtors in various eras.

Chersonesos Taurica – this town was a Greek colony as far back as 5 B.C. Today, ancient columns still be seen in an archeological park just outside the city. Walk through the ruins with a special Ukrainian beauty for an unforgettable date. Chersonesos Taurica – this town was a Greek colony as far back as 5 B.C. Today, ancient columns still be seen in an archeological park just outside the city. Walk through the ruins with a special Ukrainian beauty for an unforgettable date.

Khotyn Fortress – Khotyn is a major tourist destination for those interested in Ukrainian history; the city celebrated its 1000 year anniversary in 2002. The fortress itself was built during the 10th century and fortified and expanded over the next several centuries. It played an important role in the defense of the city, and is now a cultural learning center. Khotyn Fortress – Khotyn is a major tourist destination for those interested in Ukrainian history; the city celebrated its 1000 year anniversary in 2002. The fortress itself was built during the 10th century and fortified and expanded over the next several centuries. It played an important role in the defense of the city, and is now a cultural learning center.

Saint Sophia Cathedral – The cathedral’s foundations were first laid in 1037 AD. The building itself, decorated with the usual pear-shaped domes that grace Orthodox cathedrals, took nearly two decades to complete. This architectural treasure was nearly lost during the Soviet era; the gorgeous buildings were to be torn down, but were saved by the efforts of Ukrainian preservationists Saint Sophia Cathedral – The cathedral’s foundations were first laid in 1037 AD. The building itself, decorated with the usual pear-shaped domes that grace Orthodox cathedrals, took nearly two decades to complete. This architectural treasure was nearly lost during the Soviet era; the gorgeous buildings were to be torn down, but were saved by the efforts of Ukrainian preservationists

Welcome to Ukraine

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Welcome to Ukraine

Geographical position Ukraine is one of the largest countries in Europe. It is situated in the centre of Europe and borders on Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. On the south it is washed by the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

Territory The major part of the territory is flat and only 5% of the whole territory is mountainous. The two mountainous areas in Ukraine are the Carpathian Mountains and the Crimean Mountains, but they are not very high. The highest mountain is Hoverla.

Rivers The longest river of Ukraine is the Dnipro. The main rivers are the Dniester, the Buh, the Donets and others.

Climate The climate of the country is mild and soft in the west and in the centre, warm and dry in the east and hot in the south.

Population The population of Ukraine is about 47 mln inhabitants. Many nationalities inhabit our country: Ukrainians, Russians, Poles, Moldavians, Jews, Greeks, etc.

Capital The capital city of Ukraine is Kyiv. It stands on the picturesque banks of the Dnieper. Kyiv is an industrial, scientific and cultural centre of Ukraine. Its population is over 3 mln inhabitants. As one of the oldest cities of Europe it has many places of interest:St. Sophia’s Cathedral, Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, the Golden Gate, Mykhailivska Church and others.

KEY FACTS Official name: Ukraine Area: over 603,000 square km Borders on: Poland, Russia, Belarus, Hungary,Moldova, Slovakia, Romania Population: 47 mln people Main river: the Dnieper Capital: Kyiv

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