Chernihiv region ( Ukrainian - Chernigiv region ) is one of the largest in area and the most ancient regions of the country, formed in 1932. The history of the Chernihiv region is here , the geography of the Chernihiv region is here .
Sights of the Chernihiv region
In some cities of the region, Orthodox religious buildings of the times of Kievan Rus were preserved, and the architectural heritage of the XVII-XIX centuries. demonstrate various examples of religious and civil construction - Orthodox churches, palaces and estates with magnificent parks, office buildings and monuments.
- Baturin - Many Restored Attractions
- Voronki - the tomb of the Decembrists, a memorial stele, a museum.
- Danevka - a monastery with the miraculous icon of the Virgin
- Dedovtsy - Museum-Estate of N. Kostomarov
- Kachanivka - a beautiful landowner estate
- Kozelec - ancient temples and buildings
- Lemeshi - family estate of Razumovsky
- Lubech - caves of St. Anthony, hetman's stone
- Makoshino - Old Russian settlement and r. Gum
- Mezin - Paleolithic site of ancient people
- Pit - partisan cemetery
- Nizhyn - temples, a post station, unusual monuments
- Novgorod-Seversky - ancient monastery and other interesting places
- Osich - St. Nicholas Krupitsky Monastery
- New Bulls - Orthodox church of the Assumption, etc.
- Oster - historical and natural attractions
- Sands - the house-museum of Pavel Tychyna, the museum of partisan glory
- Priluki - many historical sights
- Sednev - several diverse sights
- Slavutich - an interesting urban area
- Sokirintsy - a beautiful old palace
- Trostyanets - a large old Arboretum
- Chemer - the estate of the landowners Pashkovsky.
- Chernihiv - the administrative center of the region
Sights of the Chernihiv region by region
- Bakhmach district
- Bobrovitsky district
- Ichnyansky district
- Kozeletsky district
- Korop district
- Mensky District
- Nezhinsky district
- Novgorod-Seversky district
- Prilutsky district
- Repkinsky district
- Srebnyansky district
- Chernihiv district
- Slavutich - geographically located in the Chernihiv region, although administratively subordinate to Kiev
Source: a large guide Sights of the Chernihiv region
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