The Armenian Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary , ) in Lviv, Ukraine is located in the city s Old Town, north of the market square.
The Verkhovna Rada building is located in the center of the capital city of Ukraine Kiev, in the Pechersk Raion. It is the place where the Ukrainian parliament (Verkhovna Rada) meets for all regular and ceremonial sessions. The building was erected between 1936â€“38 to a design by Volodymyr Zabolotny (Vladimir Zabolotny) in the neo-classical Ukrainian architectural style of the Stalin era. Zabolotny was awarded the State Prize of Soviet Union for that project in 1940 and appointed the chief architect of the city.
The Wooden Churches of MaramureÅŸ in the MaramureÅŸ region of northern Transylvania are a group of almost one hundred churches of different architectural solutions from different periods and areas They are Orthodox churches The MaramureÅŸ churches are high timber constructions with characteristic tall, slim bell towers at the western end of the building They are a particular vernacular expression of the cultural landscape of this mountainous area of northern Romania
The Odessa Catacombs are a network of estimated 4000 kilometres-long tunnels stretching out under the city and surrounding region of Odessa, Ukraine The majority of the catacombs are the result of stone mining
BÄƒlÈ›i International Airport , also known as BÄƒlÈ›i-Leadoveni International Airport is one of the two airports serving the city of BÄƒlÈ›i, Moldova. Located north of the city center (or 9 km from the city limits, Dacia district), in the north of the country, it is the second largest airport of Moldova, servicing cargo and charter passengers flights. Another airport in the area, BÄƒlÅ£i City Airport, located within the city limits, is primarily used for emergency interventions of regional importance.
The Lipcani-RÄƒdÄƒuÅ£i Bridge is a road bridge over Prut and a checkpoint between Moldova and Romania.
The only surviving tower of the fortress Letychiv Fortress is a complex of limestone walls built in 1598 by Jan Potocki to defend Podolia from the regular raids of the Crimean Tatars The north-western tower, the eastern wall and parts of the southern wall still stand in the town of Letychiv, Ukraine The most prominent feature on the grounds of the fortress is the Baroque church of the Assumption (1606-1638, rebuilt 1724) There s also a statue of Ustym Karmaliuk, a rebel leader buried at Letychiv During World War II, the castle served as a notorious slave labor camp
The Albertirsaâ€“Zakhidnoukrainskayaâ€“Vinnytsia powerline is a power transmission line between Ukraine and Hungary It is a part of the former "Mir" transmission system between the Soviet Union and Comecon countries As of today, it is the only 750 kV-powerline in Hungary and one of the few powerlines operated with this voltage in the European Union
Muzeul Memoriei Neamului (Romanian; Museum of National Memory) is a museum in ChiÅŸinÄƒu, Moldova, dedicated to the victims of the Soviet occupation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina, and to commemorating anti-communist resistance in the region.