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One of the city’s main attractions, this is arguably the best place to grab a bite, unwind in a café or go for a stroll. The street was named in...
An intriguing shortcut from Deribasivs’ka to Preobrazhens’ka, Passage is known for its beautiful architecture and alluring sculptures that adorn...
Vorontsovs’kyi prov. 2
A magnificently reconstructed citadel located on the site of on an ancient Greek settlement and Turkish fortress, it suffered many devastating...
Constructed in 1803, Odesa’s first park is located just off Deribasivs’ka and was a gift from José de Ribas and his brother to the locals as...
Golden Child Sculpture
The chubby bronze baby busting out of a futuristic metallic egg in front of the port station is a representation of “The Golden Age". The boy looks...
House with Telamons
In the front corner of this building, two toga wearing Greeks are battling over a gigantic Christmas tree ornament that seems to be holding up the...
A charming courtyard in front of The Opera Theatre, during imperial times it was reserved for the select few. It has now been restored and is open to...
These famous stairs have had a different name in just about every era of their existence. Voronts’kyi-Giant-Boulevard-City-Richelievs’kyi Stairs...
Sabanaiev Mist 4
Built as a residence for Count M.Tolstoy, a famous patron of the arts, this structure is a wonderfully preserved example of pre-revolutionary...
Odesa’s sea terminal was constructed in 1967 and restored into its modern shape in 2000. Many westerners find reassurance in its contemporary glass...
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