6/8 Gogola St., Kharkiv, Ukrainehttp://+38 057 786-71-20
Kharkiv, Ukrainehttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g295369-d1876177-Reviews-Freedom_Square-Kharkiv.htmlOriginally named (1926–1996) Dzerzhinsky Square after Felix Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the Bolshevik secret police, it was renamed after Ukraine became independent in 1991. A monumental statue of Lenin was erected in 1964 and continues to dominate the square.
Sumska str., 35http://www.zoo.kharkov.ua+38 057 7054490It was founded in 1896, it is located in the city centre, in the neighbourhood with city park of T.G. Shevchenko. The area of the territory occupied with a zoo, - 22 hectares.
Sumskaya Str., 35, Shevchenko GardenKharkiv city dolphinarium was opened in Shevchenko garden in 2009. The show involves four dolphins, three seals and one sea lion. The visitors can also swim with the dolphins. The dolphinarium is open every day.
Sumskaya Str., 35The garden named after Taras Shevchenko is the oldest green area in the center of the city, one of the favorite places of residents and visitors of Kharkov. The garden was laid down by the founder of Kharkov University V. Karazin in 1804.
Iriny Bugrimovoy Square, 1http://circus.kharkov.ua+38 057 7330840This circus is one of the oldest in Ukraine and almost all the most famous circus actors of USSR visited Kharkov Circus with their great performances. It was founded in 1886.
Kharkiv Choral Synagogue
str. Pushkinskaya, 12http://www.synagogue.kharkov.uaKharkov Choral Synagogue is the largest in Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States and the second largest in Europe after that of Budapest. The height of the cupola is 42 metres, and height of the chamber is 30 metres, the height of the roof is 25 metres, the length of the flank is 50 metres, the total area is 2067 square metres. The depository of scrolls has a height of 9 metres. The hall 450 sq.metres in area can accommodate 800-1000 people.
Karl Marx Square, 1, Kharkiv, Ukrainehttp://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g295369-d2486349-Reviews-Annunciation_Cathedral-KharkThe Annunciation Cathedral is the main Orthodox church of Kharkiv. The pentacupolar Neo-Byzantine structure with a distinctive 80-meter-tall bell tower was erected between 1889 and 1901, from designs by a local architect, Mikhail Lovtsov.
The Uspensky Cathedral is situated at the central part of the University Hill. It is one of city's wonderful architectural monuments built in 1771-1777 in the style of Russian Baroque.
Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin
4, Gogola Str.This Catholic Church was built in 1887-1892. The building of basilica type has high Gothic bell tower with a spire and round window in the second tier. The organ, made in Bavaria, was installed in 1901. The church had hospice, asylum for orphaned children, parochial school, and cemetery chapel. In 1940 the church was closed by the decision of the municipal authorities. The first post-war mass was celebrated on the steps of the church only in 1991. The restoration and reconstruction of interiors was completed in 2000.
Pushkin Drama Theatre
AVEC Art Gallery
Sumskaya str., 70
5, Universitetska Str., Kharkiv, Ukraine(057)731-35-68, 731-36-94The museum was founded in 1920 as The Slobozhanska Ukraine Museum named after H. Skovoroda. Its collections according to their composition, value, and number rank among the largest in Ukraine and include a lot of objects of material and spiritual culture of the Slobozhanschina region. They comprise archaeological finds, ethnographic and numismatic items, paintings, a set of banners, decorations, post-cards, photos, historical documents, etc.
Sovnarkomovskaya Str., 9, 11Kharkov Art Museum is one of the oldest museum institutions in Ukraine. The museum is rich in unique works of art. The history of the museum originates to 1805, when the founder of Kharkov University V. Karazin purchased 2477 graphic works of A. Durer and F. Boucher for university collection. In 1886, the first in Ukraine art-industrial museum was opened in Kharkov. Today the collection of the museum has about 20 thousand exhibits. In the department of Ukrainian and Russian art of the 16th-20th centuries the works of Aivazovsky, Shishkin, Vasnetsov, Pimonenko, Surikov, Murashko, Repin and others are presented.
15, Chernyshevska St
4, Svobody Square