Kherson

Kherson There are two such trips: one to the port town of Kherson, and the other to the town of Belgorod-Dnestrovsky. The Service Bureau in your hotel will be glad to make the arrangements. Depending on the time at your disposal the trip can be arranged for one, two or three days (with a night…

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Yacht Club

The beach, more than one kilometre long and 35-40 metres wide occupies a territory of almost 400,000 sq. m. It is excellently equipped both for adults and children. For the children there is a playground with swings, etc., and for the adults, a variety of sports facilities including basketball and volleyball courts and a football…

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Alley of Glory

The Alleya Slavy (Alley of Glory) From the Arcade, following an alley along the sea, which remains to our left, we reach Aleya Slavy (the Alley of Glory), which holds a special place in the park. A memorial complex was unveiled here on April 10th, 1964, on the twentieth anniversary of the Liberation of Odessa.…

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1.  Sea Terminal 2.  Potemkin Stairway3.  Opera and Ballet Theatre 4.  Chernomorets Stadium 5.  Arcade 6.  Open-Air Theatre 7.  Railway Station 8.  Odessa Film Studios 9.  Hotel Arkadiya 10.  Hotel Tourist 11.  Restaurant Clechik 12.  Yacht Club 13.  Sports Palace 14.  Musical Comedy Theatre 15.  Army Sports Club Stadium 16.  Lermontov Resort 17.  Sanatorium Ukraina…

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Research Institute

The Filatov Scientific Research Institute House No. 49/51 on the right-hand side of the street belongs to the Odessa Research Institute of Eye Dis­eases and Tissue Therapy founded in 1936. It bears the name of Academician Vladimir Filatov (1875-1956), the eminent Soviet ophthalmologist, known as a great fighter against blindness by his grateful patients from…

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The Arkadiya

The fathers of Odessa chose this name for this lovely spot on the coast hoping it would help make it a success as a holiday resort. They were not mistaken. Private villas, restaurants and other holiday facilities were soon built. After the revolution it was developed as a health resort and is now one of…

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The Health Resort District Arkadiya

The Health Resort District Arkadiya Privokzalnaya Ploshchad—Prospekt Shevchenko—Ploshchad Desyatogo Aprelya—Arkadiya—Ulitsa Pionerskaya— Proletarskiy Bulvar—Ulitsa Chizhikova-Privokzalnaya Ploshchad. This excursion to the oldest health-resort district Arkadiya (Arcadia) is best begun from Privokzalnaya Ploshchad (Railway Station Square). Take the No.7 trolleybus (the stop is on the left-hand side of the station, if you are facing it) and ride to…

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Hotel Chernoye More

Intourist hotel Chernoye More (Black Sea), house No. 59, opened in 1972, which can accommodate 360 visitors; and the twelve-storey Odessa Centre of Scientific and Technical Information and Propaganda (No. 28), built in 1980. The school building (No. 22) with a bas-relief of Lenin on its facade, was rebuilt in recent years and adds to…

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