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Sights and Tourist Attractions in Zaporizhzhya

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American conglomerate General Electric, Lenin’s Soviet Industrialization Plan, and Modern World Wonders List as to 2007…. are united with something really big. It is the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station located in Zaporizhzhya.
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The Zaporizhian Cossackdom has played a significant role in the Ukrainian, and the European history alike. The Museum on the Khortytsia Island relays history of the Ukrainian Cossacks in amusing and unusual details, and boasts the most abundant collection of original Cossacks’ objects.
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Khortytsia Island
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The biggest on the Dnieper River, the Khortytsia Island has rocky cliffs and vibrant green floodplains, forests and steppe areas, marches and lakes, ancient findings and national history glory alike. Nowadays it is a historical natural reserve with numerous expositions and the Cossack theme museum. We would say visiting the island is a real must if you happen to be in Zaporizhzhya.
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Handsome Cossacks with immutable oseledets on clearly shaven heads, with gorgeous mustaches, dressed in traditional costumes perform tricky Cossack martial Arts and make a perfect equestrian show on the Khortytsia Island.
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The Zaporizhian Host takes a special place in the history of Ukraine. A cohort of skillful and brave Slavic hero warriors, the Zaporizhian Cossaks built fortifications downstream the Dnieper River rapids in the 16th century thus founding the Zaporizhian Sich. The museum features an open-air exposition of the Sich architecture.
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For: Ramila Ancharova

This is to thank you for arranging transportation for Mrs. Mumma and me, 11 September 2009, Kremenchuk Sea Port to Kiev Boryspil airport.

The ship arrived about on time, perhaps a bit late.

Your driver was waiting with the automobile and we were on the road to Kiev immediately. No waiting was necessary.

Your driver is to be congratulated for his skill and attention to the traffic. He did a very superior job!

I have done much driving not only in America, but also in Western European countries and have seen many poor drivers, particularly those who can not anticipate possible problems caused by other drivers.

I was particularly pleased by how well your driver was able to anticipate and avoid possible problems caused by many other drivers we saw on the road that day enroute to Kiev.

Morton C. Mumma III Colonel, United States Air Force (retired)

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