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Grandma Bert's photo of St. Andrew's Church in Kiev.
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Statue to Bogdan Khmelnitsky, credited with creating a Cossack state in 1654, St. Sophia Square.
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The Motherland Statue rises out of the woods. It can be seen for miles on clear days.
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The Museum of the Great Patriotic War (WWII) is at the end of the walk from the front of the Motherland Statue.
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From behind as the sun begins to go down.
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The Bessarabian Market, considered to be the most expensive market in Kiev.
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Your grandfather grabbed a quick, poorly lit shot of Kiev's main square, Victory Square.
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"University" metro station.
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The rooms in the Raddisson Blu hotel were clean and spacious.
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The shower and tub in the room.
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Bathroom vanity area.
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