12 pictures for Chernihiv
Things to see in Chernihiv, Ukraine
Chernihiv is a city in northern Ukraine and the administrative center of Chernihiv Oblast. The city has a population of about 416,000. Chernihiv is famous for its historic architecture, including the Renaissance Tsar's Palace (now a museum), the St. Vladimir's Cathedral (one of Kiev's most important Orthodox churches), and the Municipal House (a landmark from the 18th century). The city also contains many museums, including the Museum of Local Lore, which features exhibits on local history and folklore.
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