BEST SOVIET HOTEL! (+ biggest NUCLEAR bomb shelter in UKRAINE) ??

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I walk you to (in my opinion) the coolest Soviet Hotel after walking through the biggest nuclear bomb shelter in Ukraine. #ukraine #kyiv #peoplenotpolitics.

34 мысли о “BEST SOVIET HOTEL! (+ biggest NUCLEAR bomb shelter in UKRAINE) ??

  1. Святослав Ігорович сказал:

    1:50 -these are not Vikings. These are the three brothers princes Kiy, Schek, Horiv and their sister, Princess Libid. Founders of Kyiv. And they are from the local tribe of Polyana. The main tribe of Kyivan Rus, which inhabited the middle Dnieper. The basis of the Ukrainian nation. The Vikings only served as mercenaries to the Kiyv kings …

  2. Andy Manning сказал:

    What another lovely video,and seeing how much Kyiv has changed and changing since i was last there in 2014…Certainly more upbeat and lively since the Maidan situation end of 2013 ,start of 2014.A really sad experience attending classes through a battlezone. I do hope Ukraine and others in the area can resolve things, building for a future that all can gain.Glad you mentioned the bombshelter stations of the metro..

  3. TRAVIS STRANGER сказал:

    Привет!) Очень нравятся твои видео. Приятно и необычно смотреть и узнавать о своей стране, своем городе с подачи иностранца. Интересно с какого города США ты родом и есть ли оттуда какие то видео..

  4. Павло Шедь сказал:

    Дуже приємно що люди із далеку розповідають про Україну туристичну.
    Велике вам дякую.
    Бажаю розвитку вашому каналу і більше підписників.
    Завітайте до нас в Хмельницький також радив би в Камянець-Подільський. Дякую

  5. Alexey Libov сказал:

    Peter that's very nice and interesting videos from you about Ukraine. That's so weird that you appreciate all of that we have in Kiev:) I'd also reccomend you to visit Odessa some day, there is lot's of interesting places in that city as well.

  6. Прозревший Алень сказал:

    Have you been to Mamaeva Sloboda? It's a cossacks settlement with a bunch of wooden huts and other stuff next to National Aviation University. It's better to visit it on some holiday like Independence day or Constitution day in the end of June. Also I recommend visiting Aviation Museum that's not far from airport Zhulyani. And if you like nature and flowers you may wanna go to Співоче поле to take some nice photos. Just google it, I don't know how to say it properly, maybe Singing Field, sounds weird, but that's it. It's not far from World War museum. But it's opened for like 3 weeks or so, from the end of August to 15th of September I guess.

  7. Прозревший Алень сказал:

    Well, actually I didn't know they let you in to get upstairs and enjoy the city panorama from the roof of the hotel. Gonna check that out when I have time to get to Arsenalna. Thanks for the video. There was also a weird building near Lybidska metro station, it was like flying saucer aka UFO. But I don't know what was inside of it, people say that was a scientific library. Just google "UFO Lybidska"

  8. Nickolas Bochkarev сказал:

    There is nothing creative or nice about that hotel. Its an egotistical backlash against traditional architecture. Made for for the mass man with no soul, it simple novelty that wears out when another novelty replaces it. Question for you. Did it contribute to the block or street, or ruin the look and harmony of it? If the whole block was full of similar building would you be so attracted to it? Would it be harmonious. etc.

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