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Kerch (Kertch) Ukraine

Posted on: January 28, 2012

Kerch is one of small resort centers of Ukraine, situated in Crimea. The town is very small with no industry and very slow trading. The population of the town is 150.000. The main business of Kerch is tourism as town is very old (it was founded about 2500 years ago). It is located on the Sea cost and has extremely rich and interesting history. Travel business is not so broadly and professionally developed like in Odessa Ukraine and services in Kerch are of low quality and high prices make this place not competable but anyway we suggest visiting this lovely place.

The easiest way to reach Kerch is to reach Simferopol first. There are bus and railway stations in Simferopol, which connect this place with the world.

Major sights of Kerch are: Ancient city Pantikapei (7th century BC. Excavations of antique settlements of Bosporus State. Pantikapaion or  Pantikapei is the capital of Bosporus State), Yeni-Kale (18th century, Turkish fotress), Mitridat Mountain, Minings, Orthodox Cathedral (13th Century), fortress Kerch (19th century), Kerch catacombs. All these sights will enjoy you as all these objects mean great skills of the ancient architects, mode of life and culture, history of many nations, settled Kerch peninsula.


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