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Monuments of Babi Yar
Babi Yar was the site of the largest single mass-killing of the Holocaust. But, remembrance of the slaughter has been problematic ever since. The Soviet poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko wrote in 1961:
"No monument stands over Babi Yar.
A steep cliff only, like the rudest headstone."
Many small, independent, and disconnected monuments have been built since then, but are the perfect example of the battle of historic memory in Ukraine.
Duration: 2-2.5 Hours
Cost: Introductory Rate of $30 for groups of less than 5, $40 for groups of more than 5.
Our Tours (Under Development)
Today, Podil is Kyiv's hipster neighborhood of cool bars, and restaurants, which surrounds the Kyiv Mohyla Academy, the home of the country's foremost Jewish studies program.
But it was once an important Jewish nieghborhood.
Kyiv is going through immense changes to its religious landscape with the creation of the Unified Ukrainian Orthodox Church. This tour will both explore this old/new church as well as the city's Muslim, Jewish, Greek Catholic, and Roman Catholic traditions. Along with how they have interacted and continue to interact with each other.