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Kyiv – tourist information
Kyiv is the capital and largest city in Ukraine. It is known for its ancient and rich history, being the cradle of Eastern Slavic civilisation and the centre of Orthodoxy. Kyiv is also a city of great culture and art, the birthplace of many famous writers, musicians and artists. In Kyiv, you can see numerous monuments such as Saint Sophia Cathedral, the Pechersk Monastery, the Golden Gate, the Jewish Gate, the National Museum of Ukrainian History and the Motherland Monument.
Radom – tourism information
Radom is a city located in central Poland on the Mleczna River. It is known for its industrial past, especially in arms manufacturing and aviation. Radom is a city of exciting culture and art, being home to many cultural, educational and sporting institutions, where you can see monuments such as the Kazimierzowski Castle, St. Wenceslas Church, the Town Hall, the Radom Village Museum, the Oskar Kolberg Museum, the Polish Sculpture Centre, the Sandomierz Palace, the Old Garden, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Ciszek Nature Reserve, or Tadeusz Kościuszko Park.