Stunning cathedrals and views of the Black Sea make Ukraine an incredible place to explore.
Yalta, a port city on the Black Sea in southern Ukraine.
Swallow's Nest, a neo-Gothic castle near Yalta in southern Ukraine.
The Khan's Palace in the town of Bakhchisaray was built in the 16th century.
A Russian Orthodox cathedral in the historic town of Chernigov in northern Ukraine.
The Khotyn Fortress in the Chernivtsi Oblast province of western Ukraine. In 2002, the fortress reached its millennial anniversary.
The Odessa National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet in Odessa, Ukraine. The original building first opened in 1810, but was destroyed by a fire and rebuilt in 1887.
St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Although the original cathedral of the monastery was destroyed by Soviet authorities in the 1930s, it was completely rebuilt after Ukraine gained its independence in 1991.
The Rose Garden at Kiev Pechersk Lavra, translated as the 'Kiev Caves Monastery," in Kiev, Ukraine.
Noviy Svet , a small resort town in Crimea, Ukraine.
A cable car descending the mountain of Ai-Petri in Crimea, Ukraine.
A stone viaduct in Terebovlya, a small city in western Ukraine.