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    What NOT to do
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  • Do not give a girl a dozen flowers, even numbers are for dead people, odd numbers for the living --Mark
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  • Before go In Ukraine,you need to understand,that Russians and Ukrainians are not the same nation,and it’s very hurtful for Ukrainians to hear such things,that there is no difference between these two folks) --Arina Shakhova
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  • if you congratulate a Ukrainians in advance on their birthday ,it will be considered that you wish them death --Arina Shakhova
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  • If you will go to visit a Ukrainian,always remember,that you need to eat all food on your plate,because in the event if you don’t do this,it will be considered disrespectful to the host --Arina Shakhova
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  • (if you want to point on something or somebody,never do this by your forefinger,because it’s very impolite gesture for Ukrainians,instead of this you can use your hand --Arina Shakhova
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  • Ukraine --Arina
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  • 1) If you don’t want to hurt someone’s feelings,please,don’t give an even number of flowers to a person,because Ukrainians do this only for funereal. --Arina Shakhova
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  • 2)If you are inside,doesn’t matter where -house/shopping mal/restaurant or cafe-never whistle.It's possible to do only when you’re outside,because it’s bad omen to whistle inside and it is believed that this can worsen your well-being. --Arina Shakhova
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  • 3) if you don’t want to get intoxication,never buy food near or inside a subway --Arina Shakhova
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  • 4) Drinking alcohol in a public places is strictly forbidden in Ukraine ,so if you don’t want to have problems with police-forget about this --Arina Shakhova
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  • Ukraine's landscape is compared to a pancake, and this makes the Carpathian Mountains a real tourist highlight. Fans of hiking and cycling should walk through the wooded hills and flowering meadows and, of course, climb the highest mountain, Hoverla. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • There are a lot of Slavic cathedrals and churches in Ukraine,and if you want to visit it,bring a kerchief with you,because can not enter without it --Arina Shakhova
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  • You can get a lot of impressions going somewhere by train, especially in a reserved carriage "platzcart". All neighbors quickly get to know each other, share food and drinks, tell stories. As a foreigner, you will immediately be in the center of attention, so get ready to answer a lot of questions. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • Anyone who wants to buy a 5-liter jar of gherkins, or a gearbox for a Lada car, or a kilogram of bacon, or a counterfeit perfume, is advised to visit one of the unsurpassed Ukrainian bazaars. They are in every city, but the largest are in Odesa, Kharkiv, Kyiv and Chernivtsi. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • Ukrainians love business cards and exchange them passionately. So take plenty of them. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • When you spend the night in modest hotels in winter, you can keep warm by removing the mattress and bed linen from the bed - and sitting on the floor near the heater (radiator). --Tetiana Koretska
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  • Attending a Liturgy in an Orthodox church is an unforgettable experience in Ukraine. Remember taking pictures inside the church, especially during the Liturgy, can cause condemnation. In order not to attract attention, buy a candle and put it in front of the icon you like the most. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra is number one on the list of "must see" for foreign tourists. Tourists should "discover the secrets of Orthodoxy" by going down into the caves and seeing the relics of saints. It is also worth visiting Ukrainian museums, in particular the Museum of Miniatures. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • Special attention should be paid to the city of Lviv. It is the living heart of Ukraine. The heart of Lviv is Rynok Square - with the town hall, the aroma of freshly ground coffee, tables on the street near coffee shops, cobblestones of Habsburg times and the jingle of the old Soviet tram. --Tetiana Koretska
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  • In Ukraine, you can celebrate Christmas twice - the Catholic Christmas on December 24 and the Orthodox Christmas from January 6 to 7 --DanPrikh
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