Sightseeing in Kiev
World War II Museum Tour
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Pirogovo Village Museum
The purpose of this tour is to present you with visual and comprehensive information about the events of the Second World War as it played out in the former Soviet Union, particularly Ukraine, and also about the war in Afghanistan between 1979 and 1989.
Chernobyl Museum Tour
Out on the far edge of Kiev, a full hour’s drive from the city center, is the Museum of Ukrainian Folk Architecture and Life, more commonly known as “Pirogovo Museum”. Don’t be too surprised, however, if Pirogovo is unlike any other museum you’ve been to.
Few people of the world have not heard of the deadly Chernobyl accident. This technological failure took place on April 26th, 1986 at the Chernobyl nuclear power station. Unfortunately, for many years, many in Western countries associated Ukraine only with this accident.
Central Kiev Tour
Our school is situated within walking distance of the historical center of Kiev, near the Golden Gate and Sofia Cathedral sites. So, we naturally offer excursions to the historical sites of our beautiful city.
Cave Monastery in Kiev
Historically speaking, Kiev is considered one of the most important religious centers of the Orthodox world. With its monasteries, cathedrals, and churches, Kiev remains the powerful center of Orthodoxy for millions of Orthodox Christians throughout Ukraine, Russia, and Belorussia.