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Climb to the Great Lavra Bell Towerin Kiev, Ukraine

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Climb to the Ukrainian version of Leaning Tower of Pisa and you will see the panorama of forever young and beautiful Kiev.
How to climb to the Great Lavra Bell Tower in Kiev
Tower, slightly tilted to the side, which makes it similar to the Leaning Tower, is located near the entrance to the monastery, near the Holy Gates. You can climb on the third tier of the tower, you need just overcome more than 300 stairs. At the top is an observation deck with spectacular views of the capital city of Ukraine.

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#3Kiev Pechersk Lavra in KievKiev Pechersk Lavra

One of the largest monastery in the world, and the very first in Kievan Rus. There is territory for tourists here, and the territory for monks on the other side of the monastery.

Location: Lavrska street, 15
Open hours: from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm

How much?

entrance to the upper area of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra costs 15 hryvnias, entrance to the tower costs 35 hryvnias.

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