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Khortytsia Reserve reopened to visitors: what is known

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Khortytsia Reserve reopened to visitors: what is known

The Khortytsia National Reserve in Zaporizhzhia has finally reopened and welcomes visitors. Find out more about the reopening and what locations are available

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Zaporizhzhia National Reserve Khortytsia has reopened its doors to visitors. In particular, its northeastern territory has been opened. This is stated in the TSN broadcast.


Khortytsia National Reserve in Zaporizhzhia is open: details


It is known that earlier the regional defense council decided to close the reserve for the duration of the full-scale conflict with russia.


However, from now on, visitors again have free access to three key places in the reserve - the Unity Mound, the Cossack Circle, and the Zaporizhzhia Sich historical and cultural complex.




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“Now you can enjoy the beauty of Khortytsia without any obstacles: walk along the Taras Shevchenko trail, walk along the road to the Sich and stop at the two-meter-high iron trident,” the report says.


It is emphasized that the Unity Mound has the tallest flagpole in Zaporizhzhia region with the flag of Ukraine, which visitors should pay attention to. Signs are placed nearby. Guided tours will also start soon.


“These will be historical tours related to the Cossack era,” the museum says.


In addition, it is noted that in the near future the reserve will open a shelter where you can take refuge in case of air raid.

Also remember that Visit Ukraine has a tour bank of 800 offers for trips to different cities of the beautiful country of Ukraine. If you are a foreigner and want to visit Ukraine, we recommend that you take care of your safety and take out an insurance policy with a unique offer - war risk coverage. You can do it here



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We remind you! Since the beginning of the great war in Ukraine, the military administration of the city of Odesa has decided to close a number of monuments and parks to the public for security reasons. The Potemkin Stairs were among these sites. However, they will soon reopen to locals and visitors. Find out when this will happen in our article.



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