5 based on 13 reviews
Музей для Авиации и технологии! Here they have arrays of former Soviet planes and even generators-M19, 21米格系列的战斗机! I was with my beautiful Ukrainian guide when I visited the museum. In the factories are generators, wings, and engines of the planes...very nice to see how these planes were manufactured. Visited back in SEPTEMBER 2012!
4 based on 23 reviews
All information in Russian/Ukrainian,but information desk (haven´t tested their English !) Big waiting hall with many seats!(video-screens)[either people come in good time - or trains run irregular?!] - have read that there are 4 classes of "compartments"/ticket´s!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Lovely Cathedral that's located quite far from the centre of the city! in fact, it was in the far east of the Kombrody district of Luhansk that I've visited. Unfortunately, who knows if over there still has anything( But when I was there, I did see the beautiful site of the Cathedral, illuminated by a lot of lights that looked as if I was in Dietski saad!)) Wonderful
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Still remember as of today the wonderful time that I spent while at the battle zone of Luhansk, Ukraine/Luhansk Republic! This is one of the local lore museums that showed many different animals, natural reserves, and even Confucius Institute of Luhansk! The guide lady was a gorgeous and well-informed person who helped us tremendously to understand all about the museum) That was wonderful! Unfortunately, due to war, this place is no longer there, until the war's done, hopefully the people will restore it! Missed there so much!
5 based on 7 reviews
Visited back in Sep 2012 and Oct 2013 during an art work exhibition--фестиваль авторского искусства Радужный Кот)) It's a great library had 4 floors and over 1000 collections of books. Though it can't compare with world-class Libraries like British Library or so, it's still a great library to study and to do research in. Art Exhibitions were hosted here annually or 2 times a year, simply fabulous!)
5 based on 6 reviews
Of course, I visited there in 2012 and 2013, well before the war! This street back then was very wide and peaceful! You can find the wonderful monument of Dahl, the founder of Lugansk! He was also the creator of the modern Russian dictionary, thus, you can NOT eliminate Russian culture there. While walking along the road, I can also see the college behind the building, very nice!
5 based on 5 reviews
One of the most majestic monuments I've seen in my life! This is in the same class as Mao's statue all over China or the PLA. Surrounded by stones and flowers, it truly represents a great heroic scene like the ones in the Odessa Shevshenko Park! Visited in Sep 2012 and Oct 2013)
4 based on 8 reviews
Visited back in Aug-Sep 2012 and Oct 2013, I certainly loved to hang out here because it's very peaceful. Shevshenko's park is right across from the square! If you like to go on a date with a beautiful Ukrainian girl, here is one of the best spots. Around holiday season: 9 May Victory Day, 24 Aug, National Holiday, and 8 Sep, Lugansk Day, they host various events such as beauty pageant, Concerts, and so forth. Now since last year's war, it's barren now((
5 based on 4 reviews
4 based on 9 reviews
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Visited in Sep 2012, here provides me a sense of living in the past, in 1920s Soviet Union with Lenin as the head of the Bolsheviks. Nothing too special in Lugansk, we see former soviet types of architectures everywhere. The only exception is that the girls here from the former soviet union, are AS BEAUTIFUL AS SUNFLOWERS))) Love 'em))
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