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Prymorsky Boulevard

Primorsky Boulevard
 
Shady platens and chestnut trees, benches lining modest tidy flowerbeds and the magnificent sea view make the Primorsky Boulevard irresistible both for tourists and Odessans. Seems like the place has psychedelic properties. People come here and stay for hours gazing at the Sea Port full of ships, boats and yachts, enjoying the shade and the sea breeze. Unoccupied benches are few, people reluctantly leave the boulevard.
The City Council building neighbors the monument to great Alexander Pushkin, from where the pedestrian area of the boulevard continues to the west with the Vorontsov Palace and the Grecian colonnade overlooking the harbor.
Next to the palace is so called "Piece of Old Odessa": the steep wood and iron bridge, the well and a sculpture of a girl with a jar. Newlyweds traditionally come here to have their pictures taken.
 
 
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Just wanted to thank you for helping me in making my journey to the
Ukraine reality. My air-ticket was waiting for me at hotel George in Lvov. I just came back last night from my trip and it will take time to process all my impressions. As planned I visited Dnipropetrovsk, Charkiv and Kiev. They were all interesting in their own way, but Kiev is a real pearl.
In the summer it must be even more beautiful. I practiced my poor Russian and learned even better to read cyrillic letters. Not many people speak English or German, which for me personally is good, because I'm forced to make myself understood, trying to speak Russian. Travelling in winter is sometimes hard; dark, cold weather with freezing fingers and toes. Every season has it's charm and I enjoyed my stay very much. If you make an effort, people are very kind and helpful. I look forward to going again.
Again, thank you for making it possible.
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