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Major Kiev Navigation menu VideoThe Kiev Major - Grand Final - OG vs atlanta-dsl.com - Game 5 TRUE SIGHT is a documentary series that takes you behind the scenes of the journeys of professional Dota 2 teams. This episode follows OG and atlanta-dsl.com thro. EPICENTER Major is the fourth major of the /20 Dota Pro Circuit season. Note: Tournament was originally scheduled to take place in Moscow, Russia, from May 2nd to 10th. In light of the threat posed by the –20 Coronavirus Pandemic, Valve cancelled the event on March 15th. The Biggest Cities In Ukraine 1. Kiev - 2,, Kiev is the largest city in Ukraine with a population of nearly 3 million people. It is a major 2. Kharkiv - 1,, Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine, with a population of million residents. The 3. Odessa - 1,, The Kiev Major was a professional Dota 2 esport tournament that was held in April at the National Palace of Arts in Kyiv, Ukraine. The tournament featured eight directly invited teams, as well as eight qualified teams from six different worldwide regions. The open qualifiers tournament was held on March 6–9, , followed by the regional qualifiers held on March 10–13, For the first time in an officially sponsored tournament, Valve, the game's developer and tournament. There are 5 elektrichka directions from Kyiv: Nizhyn (north-eastern) Hrebinka (south-eastern) Myronivka (southern) Fastiv (south-western) Korosten (western).
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Ukraine is a country found in Eastern Europe that has a population of around 45 million. It is the second largest country in Europe by land area, behind only Russia.
Dnipro, which is short for Dnipropetrovsk, is the fourth largest city in Ukraine with a population of just under one million residents.
The city boasts steel, aerospace building, arms, metallurgy and machinery industries and is located on the Dnieper River, South-East of Kiev.
Dnipropetrovsk boasts modern transportation system such as the Metro System and the International airport Dnipro that links it to several countries.
The city is also an agricultural center, due its strategic position on the banks of the Dnieper River. The city also has numerous theaters and academic institutions.
Shipbuilding has emerged as a major industry in Odessa along with food processing, production of chemicals, metallurgy and oil refining.
Odessa is a major tourist center, with long stretches of beaches, a booming hospitality industry, and stunning medieval architecture. Among important buildings on the street is that of the city council, where the elected deputies hold their meetings.
Intersecting Khreshchatyk at right angles is the wide poplar-lined Boulevard of Taras Shevchenko, on which stands the university with its eye-catching red-washed walls.
There too is the cathedral of St. Volodymyr still in use as a church , built in —96 in Byzantine style and containing impressive paintings by Viktor Vasnetsov, Mikhail Vrubel, and other artists.
Notable among the many statues in central Kyiv are those that commemorate the Cossack leader Bohdan Khmelnytsky and the Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko.
Also north of the old centre is the river port. South of the centre is the Pecherskyy district, along the top of the riverbank.
This district contains many of the principal buildings of the Ukrainian government, including the glass-domed palace, built in —39, that houses the Supreme Council and the story block that houses the Cabinet of Ministers.
Nearby is the attractive Mariinsky Palace, built in —55 for the tsaritsa Elizabeth , reconstructed in , and now used for government receptions.
At the southern end of this district is the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra Monastery of the Caves , founded in the midth century, one of the most famous and important monasteries in the history of the region.
It was at the lavra that the monk Nestor helped compile the earliest surviving chronicle of the East Slavic state of Rus. The Cathedral of the Assumption inside the walls of the monastery , blown up in under circumstances that remain uncertain, has been completely rebuilt.
Trinity Church, of the same period, survives. Also within the walls are the 17th-century Church of All Saints and an impressive 18th-century bell tower rising feet 96 metres.
A major feature of the monastery is the system of catacombs beneath it in which the mummified bodies of early monks and saints, including Nestor, are entombed.
Although it is a museum open to the public, the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra is still in use as a monastery. South from the lavra is yet another monastery, the Vydubytsky, dating from the 11th century; it too was severely damaged in World War II but later underwent restoration.
All along the steep riverbank, fronting the Upper Town and Pecherskyy district, an attractively landscaped park has been laid out overlooking the Dnieper.
With the views it affords, the park forms one of the most striking features of the city. Team Secret 1.
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Contact Us Send an email Chat with us Contact. This page was last edited on 23 September , at And most importantly, with the easing of the visa rules in ,  Ukraine is positioning itself as a prime tourist attraction, with Kyiv, among the other large cities, looking to profit from new opportunities.
The centre of Kyiv has been cleaned up and buildings have been restored and redecorated, especially Khreshchatyk and Maidan Nezalezhnosti.
Many historic areas of Kyiv, such as Andriyivskyy Descent , have become popular street vendor locations, where one can find traditional Ukrainian art , religious items, books, game sets most commonly chess as well as jewellery for sale.
Kyiv's most famous historical architecture complexes are the St. Noteworthy historical architectural landmarks also include the Mariyinsky Palace designed and constructed from to , then reconstructed in , several Orthodox churches such as St.
Michael's Cathedral , St. Andrew's , St. Vladimir's , the reconstructed Golden Gate and others. One of Kyiv's widely recognized modern landmarks is the highly visible giant Mother Motherland statue made of titanium standing at the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War on the Right bank of the Dnieper River.
Among Kyiv's best-known monuments are Mikhail Mikeshin 's statue of Bohdan Khmelnytsky astride his horse located near St.
Sophia Cathedral , the venerated Vladimir the Great St. Vladimir , the baptizer of Rus' , overlooking the river above Podil from Saint Vladimir Hill , the monument to Kyi, Schek and Khoryv and Lybid, the legendary founders of the city located at the Dnieper embankment.
On Independence Square in the city centre, two monuments elevate two of the city protectors; the historic protector of Kyiv Michael Archangel atop a reconstruction of one of the old city's gates and a modern invention, the goddess-protector Berehynia atop a tall column.
Sophia Cathedral. Volodymyr's Cathedral. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery. Intercession Convent. Nicholas Roman Catholic Cathedral.
Saint Andrew's Church. National Bank of Ukraine. Brodsky Choral Synagogue - Moorish Revival architecture. Kyiv was the historic cultural centre of the East Slavic civilization and a major cradle for the Christianization of Kyivan Rus.
Kyiv retained through centuries its cultural importance and even at times of relative decay, it remained the centre of primary importance of Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
Its sacred sites, which include the Kyiv Pechersk Lavra the Monastery of the Caves and the Saint Sophia Cathedral are probably the most famous, attracted pilgrims for centuries and now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site remain the primary religious centres as well as the major tourist attraction.
The above-mentioned sites are also part of the Seven Wonders of Ukraine collection. In Kyiv had four theatres, one opera house and one concert hall,  but most tickets then were allocated to "privileged groups".
Numerous songs and paintings were dedicated to the city. The most popular songs are "How not to love you, Kyiv of mine?
It is said that one can walk from one end of Kyiv to the other in the summertime without leaving the shade of its many trees. Kyiv is known as a green city with two botanical gardens and numerous large and small parks.
The National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War is located here, which offers both indoor and outdoor displays of military history and equipment surrounded by verdant hills overlooking the Dnieper river.
Among the numerous islands, Venetsianskyi or Hydropark is the most developed. It is accessible by metro or by car, and includes an amusement park, swimming beaches, boat rentals, and night clubs.
The Victory Park Park Peremohy located near Darnytsia subway station is a popular destination for strollers, joggers, and cyclists.
Boating, fishing, and water sports are popular pastimes in Kyiv. The area lakes and rivers freeze over in the winter and ice fishermen are a frequent sight, as are children with their ice skates.
The centre of Kyiv Independence Square and Khreschatyk Street becomes a large outdoor party place at night during summer months, with thousands of people having a good time in nearby restaurants, clubs and outdoor cafes.
The central streets are closed for auto traffic on weekends and holidays. Andriyivskyy Descent is one of the best known historic streets and a major tourist attraction in Kyiv.
A wide variety of farm produce is available in many of Kyiv's farmer markets with the Besarabsky Market located in the very centre of the city being most famous.
Each residential region has its own market, or rynok. Here one will find table after table of individuals hawking everything imaginable: vegetables, fresh and smoked meats, fish, cheese, honey, dairy products such as milk and home-made smetana sour cream , caviar , cut flowers, housewares, tools and hardware, and clothing.
Each of the markets has its own unique mix of products with some markets devoted solely to specific wares such as automobiles, car parts, pets, clothing, flowers, and other things.
At the city's southern outskirts, near the historic Pyrohiv village, there is an outdoor museum , officially called the Museum of Folk Architecture and Life of Ukraine It has an area of 1.
This territory houses several "mini-villages" that represent by region the traditional rural architecture of Ukraine.
Kyiv also has numerous recreational attractions like bowling alleys, go-cart tracks, paintball venues, billiard halls and even shooting ranges.
The year-old Kyiv Zoo is located on 40 hectares and according to CBC "the zoo has 2, animals from species".
Kyiv is home to some 40 different museums. Kyiv fortress is the 19th-century fortification buildings situated in Ukrainian capital Kyiv, that once belonged to western Russian fortresses.
These structures once a united complex were built in the Pechersk and neighbourhoods by the Russian army. Now some of the buildings are restored and turned into a museum called the Kyiv Fortress , while others are in use in various military and commercial installations.
The Golden Gate is a historic gateway in the ancient city's walls. The name Zoloti Vorota is also used for a nearby theatre and a station of the Kyiv Metro.
The small Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum acts as both a memorial and historical center devoted to the events surrounding the Chernobyl disaster and its effect on the Ukrainian people, the environment, and subsequent attitudes toward the safety of nuclear power as a whole.
Of these three, Dynamo Kyiv has had the most success over the course of its history. Other prominent non-football sport clubs in the city include: the Sokil Kyiv ice hockey club and BC Budivelnyk basketball club.
Both of these teams play in the highest Ukrainian leagues for their respective sports. Budivelnyk was founded in , Sokil was founded in , during the existence of the Soviet Union.
Both these teams play their home games at the Kyiv Palace of Sports. During the Summer Olympics held in the Soviet Union , Kyiv held the preliminary matches and the quarter-finals of the football tournament at its Olympic Stadium , which was reconstructed specially for the event.
From 1 December stadium the stadium underwent a full-scale reconstruction in order to satisfy standards put in place by UEFA for hosting the Euro football tournament; the opening ceremony took place in the presence of president Viktor Yanukovich on 8 October ,  with the first major event being a Shakira concert which was specially planned to coincide with the stadium's re-opening during Euro Most Ukrainian national teams play their home international matches in Kyiv.
The Ukraine national football team , for example, will play matches at the re-constructed Olympic Stadium from Since introducing a visa-free regime for EU-member states and Switzerland in , Ukraine has seen a steady increase in the number of foreign tourists visiting the country.
A record number of 1. More than , foreign tourists visited Kyiv in the first half of , as compared to , tourists over the same period in Ordinary tourists generally come from May to October, business tourists from September to May.
In the Kyiv city's council established the city's anthem. The horse chestnut tree is one of the symbols of Kyiv. As with most capital cities , Kyiv is a major administrative, cultural and scientific centre of the country.
It is the largest city in Ukraine in terms of both population and area and enjoys the highest levels of business activity. On 1 January there were around , business entities registered in Kyiv.
Official figures show that between and Kyiv's economy outstripped the rest of the country's, growing by an annual average of Kyiv is a middle-income city, with prices comparable to many mid-size American cities i.
Kyiv is the undisputed center of business and commerce of Ukraine and home to the country's largest companies, such as Naftogaz Ukrainy , Energorynok and Kyivstar.
Average prices of apartments are the highest in the country and among the highest in eastern Europe. Primary industries in Kyiv include utilities — i.
Scientific research is conducted in many institutes of higher education and, additionally, in many research institutes affiliated with the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences.
Kyiv is home to Ukraine's ministry of education and science , and is also noted for its contributions to medical and computer science research.
It offers a completely new format of IT education. The education is completely free for all trainees subject to compliance with the terms of the program.
Of these, the Mohyla Academy is the oldest, founded as a theological school in , but Shevchenko University, founded in , is the oldest in continuous operation.
The total number of institutions of higher education in Kyiv approaches ,  allowing young people to pursue almost any line of study.
While education traditionally remains largely in the hands of the state there are several accredited private institutions in the city.
There are about general secondary schools and ca. There are many libraries in the city with the Vernadsky National Library , which is Ukraine's main academic library and scientific information centre , as well as one of the world's largest national libraries , being the largest and most important one.
The national library is the world's foremost repository of Jewish folk music recorded on Edison wax cylinders.
Local public transportation in Kyiv includes the Metro underground , buses and minibuses , trolleybuses , trams , taxi and funicular.
There is also an intra-city ring railway service. The publicly owned and operated Kyiv Metro is the fastest, the most convenient and affordable network that covers most, but not all, of the city.
The Metro is expanding towards the city limits to meet growing demand, having three lines with a total length of The Metro carries around 1.
In , the total number of trips exceeded million. The tram system consists of Once a well maintained and widely used method of transport, the system is now gradually being phased out in favor of buses and trolleybuses.
The Kyiv Funicular was constructed during — It connects the historic Uppertown , and the lower commercial neighborhood of Podil through the steep Saint Vladimir Hill overseeing the Dnieper River.
The line consists of only two stations. All public road transport except for some minibuses is operated by the united Kyivpastrans municipal company.
It is heavily subsidized by the city. The Kyiv public transport system, except for taxi, uses a simple flat rate tariff system regardless of distance traveled: tickets or tokens must be purchased each time a vehicle is boarded.
Digital ticket system is already established in Kyiv Metro, with plans for other transport modes. Discount passes are available for grade school and higher education students.
Pensioners use public transportation free. There are monthly passes in all combinations of public transportation. Ticket prices are regulated by the city government, and the cost of one ride is far lower than in Western Europe.
The taxi market in Kyiv is expansive but not regulated. In particular, the taxi fare per kilometer is not regulated. There is a fierce competition between private taxi companies.
A ship near the Kyiv River Port passenger terminal. Paton Bridge , the world's first all- welded bridge. The Novo-Darnytskyi Bridge over the Dnieper river.
Pivdennyi Southern Bridge. Kyiv represents the focal point of Ukraine's "national roads" system, thus linked by road to all cities of the country.
European routes , and intersect in Kyiv. There are 8 over- Dnieper bridges and dozens of grade-separated intersections in the city.
Several new intersections are under construction. There are plans to build a full-size, fully grade-separated ring road around Kyiv.
In , Kyiv's roads were in poor technical condition and maintained inadequately. Traffic jams and lack of parking space are growing problems for all road transport services in Kyiv.
Kyiv is served by two international passenger airports: the Boryspil Airport located 30 kilometres 19 miles away, and the smaller, municipally owned Zhulyany Airport on the southern outskirts of the city.
There are also the Gostomel cargo airport and additional three operating airfields facilitating the Antonov aircraft manufacturing company and general aviation.
Railways are Kyiv's main mode of intracity and suburban transportation. The city has a developed railroad infrastructure including a long-distance passenger station, 6 cargo stations, depots, and repairing facilities.
However, this system still fails to meet the demand for passenger service. Particularly, the Kyiv-Pasazhyrskyi Railway Station is the city's only long-distance passenger terminal vokzal.
Construction is underway for turning the large Darnytsia railway station on the left-bank part of Kyiv into a long-distance passenger hub, which may ease traffic at the central station.
Presently, only one rail bridge out of two is available for intense train traffic. A new combined rail-auto bridge is under construction, as a part of Darnytsia project.
In the Kyiv city administration established a new 'Urban Train' for Kyiv. This service runs at standard 4- to minute intervals throughout the day and follows a circular route around the city centre, which allows it to serve many of Kyiv's inner suburbs.
Interchanges between the Kyiv Metro and Fast Tram exist at many of the urban train's station stops.
Suburban 'Elektrichka' trains are serviced by the publicly owned Ukrainian Railways.