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According to shoppingpicks, January in Ukraine is a cold and dry month. Temperatures range from a high of -2°C (28°F) to a low of -7°C (19°F). Snowfall is common, with an average of 10-15 days per month. The humidity level is usually low and the risk of flooding is minimal. February sees temperatures remain cold and dry, with highs reaching up to -2°C (28°F) and lows dropping down to -7 °C (19 °F). Snowfall remains common, but there is still a risk of flooding in low lying areas. March brings slightly warmer temperatures with highs reaching up to 1-3 °C (34-37 °F) and lows dropping down to -4 ° C(25 ° F). Snowfall decreases slightly but the risk of flooding remains minimal. April continues the trend of slightly warmer temperatures with highs reaching up to 5-7 °C (41-45 °F) and lows dropping down to -1 ° C(30 ° F). Snowfall levels remain consistent throughout the month, but there is still a risk of flooding in low lying areas. Ukraine has a continental climate for the most part. In winter, when cold air from Siberia invades the country, severe frosts can be experienced for weeks at a time. In winter there is often a thick layer of snow. In summer it is warm inland (25-30°C). Most precipitation falls in early summer. In the month of May, the thermometer already indicates a pleasant 20°C and there is not much rain. The area around the Black Sea, with the famous place of Odessa and the Crimean peninsula, differs with a Mediterranean climate. Check businesscarriers for Ukraine Economics and Business.

Ukraine Geography and Population

Ukraine (Geography) The current borders belong to the post-war period. At the time of the peace agreement, the then Ukrainian Soviet Republic was expanded to former Polish, Czechoslovak and Romanian territories, and then in 1954 the Crimean peninsula was transferred from the Russian Soviet Republic. Ukraine is predominantly plains. To the west, however, lie the… Read More »

Sights of Odessa, Ukraine

In 1794, the city of Khadjibey was renamed Odessa by Catherine the Great. After several building projects were completed, the city began to resemble cities such as Prague and Budapest. Soon it is even called “the pearl of the Black Sea.” Odessa is a great holiday destination with a lot of variety. You can enjoy… Read More »

Ukraine Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Since 2016 (excluding 2020, -3.9% due to the coronavirus pandemic), Ukraine’s GDP has grown by 2-3.3% per year. GDP grew by 3.2% in 2021. Inflation for 2021 was 9.4%. According to the methodology of the International Labor Organization, the actual… Read More »

Ukraine Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Ukraine Citizens of Russia do not need a visa to enter the territory of Ukraine. Entry is carried out on an internal (common civil) passport or international passport. When crossing the border of Ukraine by train, you must ask the conductor for an immigration card, fill it out and… Read More »

History in Ukraine

The first settlements on the territory of Ukraine appeared in the early Paleolithic. Archaeologists have discovered sites of primitive people in the Southern Crimea, the Sea of Azov, the Middle Dniester region, in Volyn and in Nadporozhye. By the late Paleolithic, the entire territory of modern Ukraine was already inhabited. In the 7th century BC.… Read More »

Ukraine Resorts and Attractions

Ukraine is a state in Eastern Europe. Common borders in the east and northeast with Russia, in the north with Belarus, in the west with Poland, Slovakia, Hungary. In the southwest it borders on Romania and Moldova. The capital is the city of Kyiv. According to smb, the word “Ukraine” originally meant “the outskirts of… Read More »

How to Get Around Ukraine

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, various airlines offer direct flights between major Ukrainian cities. Ukraine International Airlines (PS) connects Kyiv with Lviv, Dnipro and Odessa, among others. Motor-Sich (M9) flies to the cities of Kyiv, Lviv, Odessa and Zaporizhzhia. Windrose Aviation (7W) operates between Kyiv and Dnipro. Traveling by car/bus The important cities… Read More »

Kiev, Ukraine Culture

Kiev. Capital and largest city of Ukraine, located in the north-central part of the country on the banks of the Dnieper River. Kiev is an important industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Europe. It is home to many high- techindustries, institutions of higher education, and historic tourist attractions. The city has extensive infrastructure and a highly developed public transport system,… Read More »

Ukraine Brief History

The current Ukrainians descend from the Slavic populations who settled in the lands straddling the Dnepr river between the century. VI and VII. In the sec. IX the region they occupied became with the city of Kijev the center of a vast state organization extending from the Baltic Sea almost to the Black Sea, known… Read More »

Ukraine: State Independence and Reorientation

With the founding of »Ruch« (1989) as a popular movement chaired by the writer IF Dratsch , various opposition groups came together. After Ukrainian was made the state language in early 1990, Ukraine declared itself sovereign within the USSR on July 16, 1990. Since 1990, numerous parties have emerged from very different directions. After the… Read More »

Ukraine Travel Advice

General travel information for Ukraine Continent: Europe Geographical Location: Eastern Europe, located between the Black Sea and Russia Highest point: Hoverla (2061 m above sea level) Longest river: Danube (2850 km) of state: parliamentary-presidential republic system of government: Presidential-parliamentary system of government Languages: Official language Ukrainian, lingua franca also Russian, in the south and east… Read More »

Ukraine Recent History

Territorial development of the Ukrainian SSR In 1939 the Soviet Union occupied the areas of western Ukraine that had previously belonged to Poland and incorporated them into the Ukrainian SSR. This happened within the framework of the Hitler-Stalin Pact. In 1941 large parts of the Ukraine were occupied by the German Reich and appointed Reichskommissariat… Read More »

Ukraine Wildlife and Economy

Animals and Plants What is growing in Ukraine? There are swamps, steppes and forests in Ukraine. A total of 16 percent of the country’s area is forested. For example, forest grows in the hill country and also in the Carpathians, the high mountains in the west. There you can still find some of the last… Read More »