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A major airspace-industry hub, the major entryway to Dnipropetrovsk is the Dnipro International Airport (DNK). The airport is located 15km from the city centre and is served by both Ukrainian and international airlines. Transport to and from the airport is by marshrutka or by taxi for those in a hurry.
Situated on the Dnipro River in the south-central part of Ukraine, Dnipro is home to the Rocket parkRocket park marks the role the city played in the defense industries of the Soviet-era. Visitors to Dnipro will also find the Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine Museum located in the Menorah Centre, as well as the D.I. Yavornytsky National History Museum, among other attractions.
A city that grew from the foundations of a booming manufacturing industry, Dnipro was founded towards the end of the 18th century by Catherine the Great. Until WWII a large part of Dnipro’s population was Jewish and parts of its Jewish community remain. A community with evidences of its fluctuating prosperity reflected in its plush mansions and the longest promenade in Europe, Dnipro is often overlooked by visitors to Ukraine, but is well worth visiting.
Known for its galleries of Dnipro’s industrial 20th century history, the National History Museum paints the story of the region to as far back as the stone age. Visitors will find here interesting artefacts and prehistoric tools as old as 3,000 years. There is also a gripping exhibition of propaganda posters, including those from the Holodomor famine in which up to 10 million people were killed in 1932 to 1933. A most riveting and solemn place, the museum is a must-visit in Dnipro.
Visitors to Ukraine are usually thrilled to try foods like, borshch, which is a beet red cabbage soup, also varenyky – potato dumplings, or okroshka, which is a cold soup often served in the summer. There is also the popular Chicken Kiev, which is known as kotlety po-kyivskomy. For drinks, Horilka is a famous alcoholic beverage mainly distilled from wheat or rye, but sometimes from honey, potatoes and sugar beets. In the hot summers, the drink Kvass is quite popular, and made from rye bread and malt.