Our Kherson region: what one of the most beautiful regions of Ukraine is famous for
After a long occupation, the right bank of the Kherson region returned to the control of Ukraine. Of course, there is still a lot of work to be done to restore the region and completely free it from the invaders, but we decided to show you what wonderful places our native Kherson Oblast hides and where you must visit after our victory.
The Kherson region is located in the south of Ukraine, where a temperate continental climate prevails. In simple words, here you can find both hot summer and cozy winter. The region is also made unique by the fact that it is washed by two seas at once - the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea.
One of the most interesting places in the region is located in the Oleshkivsky district and is called Oleshkivski sands. This unique place for the natural zone of Ukraine is the largest sand massif in Europe. Sands are often mistakenly called a desert, but according to the temperature regime and the amount of precipitation, this zone can rather be classified as a semi-desert.
The inhabitants of this area planted a forest around the sands with their own hands, which restrained this semi-desert. Unfortunately, this forest suffered greatly from the actions of the Russian invaders. But there is no doubt that after complete liberation, all the beauty of this area will be restored.
You can also admire the beauty of the Kherson region in the area of the Stanislavsky Canyon, which is located between the villages of Stanislav and Oleksandrivka. This is one of the most picturesque and unique places in the region.
During the full-scale invasion, the Kherson Grand Canyon suffered greatly - the invaders almost completely destroyed the mountains.
Another attraction of the Kherson region is wine. The region is home to the Chateau of Prince Trubetsky, a country recreation complex that houses a historic winery building with tasting rooms and wine cellars.
Here you can have a romantic vacation surrounded by vineyards, with an incredible view of the Dnipro. The chateau is worth visiting both for wine lovers and for those who are just beginning their acquaintance with its features.
During the occupation, the property of the wine region was damaged.