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  1. Ukraine VladTarasenko Age 14, Melitopol`, Ukraine

  2. Our national symbols National Flag National Hymn(Click on the picture to listen) Coat of arms

  3. Our National Symbols Our flag was created with 2 symbols: the blue sky and the yellow wheat. It shows our fertile lands, rich harvest and beautiful skylines on our picturesque lands called ‘steppe’.

  4. Ukraine is situated in eastern Europe. Washed by 2 seas: the Black Sea and the sea of Azov. Bordering  Poland, Slovakia and Hungary in the west, Belarus in the north, Moldova and Romania in the south-west and Russia in the east. location of ukraine

  5. The total geographic area of Ukraine is 603,550 square kilometers. It has different relief along all the country. Ukraine has a temperate continental climate with cool winters and relatively hot summers. Geography and climate

  6. Azov coast has always been a favourite destination for countless people, was known as the most accessible area for a full family vacation. Ukrainian Carpathians attract tourists from all over the world due to the unique nature, the miraculous source of mineral water, and a well-developed tourist infrastructure, which every year improved. Crimea, with its unique towns and places, simply by the private sector and the newest luxury hotel. Rest in Crimea attracts purity of the sea, healing effect, the warm rays of the sun, particularly mild climate and healthy air, plenty of hotels, pensions, health and children's summer camps. resorts

  7. Its history goes back to the 5th century. By the legend, KyivskaRus` was created by three brothers Kyi, Schek, Horiv and their sister Lybid`and now it is called Ukraine. Now Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine. HISTORY OF creation

  8. Kyiv is an important industrial, scientific, educational, and cultural centre of Eastern Europe. It is home to many high-tech industries, higher education institutions and world-famous historical landmarks. The city has an extensive infrastructure and highly developed system of public transport, including the Kiev Metro. Kyiv

  9. The government of Ukraine is often associated with the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. Like a lot of European countries with the semi-presidential system a head of state, the President of Ukraine, has a great influence on the executive branch of the government. The highest government body of the executive branch is the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine not the president. The legislative branch is represented by a unicameral parliament, Verkhovna Rada, consisting of 450 People's Deputies (members of parliament). government and Politics

  10. Ukraine was greatly affected by the economic crisis of 2008 and as a result a 15.1% decrease in Ukraine's GDP took place over 2008 and 2009. Inflation slowed in July 2009 and stayed at about 8%. The Ukrainian currency, which had been pegged at a rate of 5:1 to the U.S. dollar, was devalued to 8:1, and was stabilized at that ratio. The Ukrainian economy recovered in the first quarter of 2010. The resumed growth has been helped by growth in neighboring Russia, which is by far the country's largest trading partner and export market, and to a lesser extent Turkey. The currency is 1 Hryvnia (UAH) = 100 kopiykas = 0,8 $. Economy

  11. The population is 45,625,590 (1 January 2012) Current vital statistics: the number of births during the months of January–November 2012 increased by 21,125 over the same period in 2011. The birth rate for January–November 2012 was 11.5 per 1,000 population, an increase over 11.0 during January–November 2011 and 10.9 for January–November 2010. Demography

  12. There exists near 100% literacy in Ukraine. 11 years of schooling are mandatory. As a rule, schooling begins at the age of 6, unless your birthday is on or after September 1st. The Ukrainian educational system is organized into five levels: preschool, primary, secondary, higher and postgraduate education. EDUCATION

  13. It contains elements of other Eastern European cultures, as well as some Western European influences. Ukrainian customs are heavily influenced by the Eastern Orthodox Church and traditions from Slavic mythology. Ukraine has a shared culture with neighboring nations, dating back to the 9th century. Mutual influence is particularly apparent among the cultures of Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and Belarus. The culture of Ukrainian Cossacks has significant traces of the cultures of Turkic peoples. Ukrainian culture

  14. Modern Ukrainian life consists of nice music, beautiful theaters and opera houses, cinemas, fashion, sports, dances ect. For example: Sons of Day is popular Ukrainian alt.rock band in USA, OkeanElzy- famous Ukrainian rock band in Ukraine. Ukrainian producers made many famous films. Ukraine is very famous because of Euro 2012, which was held here. Ukrainian culture

  15. Ukrainian cuisine is very rich. National dishes are borshch, golubtsi, varenyky, salo, paska. Drinks: kompot, kefir, kvas, ryazhanka. NATIONAL UKRAINIAN FOOD

  16. Our country is beautiful with its incredible nature, hospitable people and diverse culture. conclusion

  17. You are welcome to Ukraine!