Here are a few of the things we saw while in Kyiv:
Independence Square, the central square in Kyiv
One of many memorials to people killed during the 2014 Euromaidan protests in the square
At night there is a music and light show with the fountains.
Buildings along Khreshchatyk, the main boulevard of Kyiv
Dormition Cathedral, destroyed in WWII and rebuilt in 2000.
The Kiev Pechersk Lavra monastery
Saint Sophia's Cathedral
Saint Andrew's church
Former Communist Party headquarters, now the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Building.
Soviet modernism style Hotel “Salyut”
Art Nouveau buildings
One of many parks
Besarabsky market hall, built in 1912
Statue in front of the Holodomor Museum, which is devoted to the famine created by the Soviet government that killed millions of Ukrainians in 1932 & 1933.
A Ukrainian folk music group.
Buskers playing the tradional Ukrainian bandura.
Kyiv has the deepest subway station (346 ft) in the world. It takes two very long steep escalator rides to get to the bottom.
Some of the stations are also quite fancy.
The founders of medieval Kiev
The Motherland Monument
Soviet style sculpture
A mural of more recent vintage
Funky children's playground