Ukraine is a country located in eastern Europe. It is the second largest on the continent after Russia. The capital of the Ukraine is Kiev (Kyiv), which is located on the Dnieper River in north-central Ukraine. This country is bordered by Belarus, Russia, the Sea of Azov, the Black Sea, Moldova, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland. The Ukraine offers beaches Crimea, mountains in Carpathians, European-style luxury in Kyiv, and camping in many areas.
Ukraine’s economy is dependant on agriculture, especially wheat, maize, buckwheat and other corn, red and green vegetables, all kinds of fruit, melons and berries. Ukraine is one of the world’s main sugar producers. Rich in natural resources, such as iron ore, coal, oil, gas, and more, the Ukraine offers a variety of industries concentrated in and around big cities. A few of the companies in the Ukraine include ASKA Insurance Company – insurance, Bank Forum – banking, and BG Capital - investment banking. Throughout the Ukraine there are many options for office space.
Entertainment And Dining Out
With a long and varied history, there are many things to see in the Ukraine. One of these is Mystetskyi Arsenal. Historically this building was a military arsenal, having been long abandoned it was revitalized into Kiev’s vibrant arts and cultural centre. There is a large museum, libraries, classrooms and exhibition space. In the Ukraine, traditional food is similar to Russian cuisine. There is an emphasis on hearty and filling meals. Favourites are dumplings, potatoes and sour cream. Seasonal fruit and vegetables including peppers, cucumbers, and tomatoes are used when available and during the colder months menus change to bottled fruit and preserved cabbage. The larger cities offer a wide choice international cuisine. Country specialities include Borshch - beetroot soup made with meat broth, Varenniki - dumplings with potatoes, cheese, meat or fruit, and Deruny - potato pancakes.
There are 14 major airports in the Ukraine. Including the Kiev International Airport Mykolaiv Airport. Ukraine is well-connected to the rest of Europe and Russia via trains. Trains link almost every town in the country, and regularly connect these cities with Moscow and a number of other large European destinations. The trip from Kiev to Moscow takes 10 hours, 30 minutes.