"Wonders of Ukraine"
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Hoverla mountain Hoverla mountain is the highest mountain in Ukraine and part of the Carpathian Mountains
Askania-Nova is a biosphere reserve located in Kherson Oblast, Ukraine. The reserve consists of a zoological park, a botanical (dendrological) garden, and an open territory of virgin steppes.
Granite-steppe lands of Buh is a regional landscape park in the north-west of Mykolaiv Oblast in Ukraine. The park includes the river valley of Southern Buh and the ravine-like vallies of its tributaries: Velyka Korabelna, Bashkala, and Mertvovod. The park stretches on 70 km (43 mi) from the southern part of Pervomaisk to the town of Oleksandrivka in Voznesensk Raion. It was established in 1994 by the decision of the Mykolaiv Oblast council and is located on the territory of Pervomaisk, Arbuzynka, Domanivka, and Voznesensk districts. The area of the park is 6,267 ha (15,490 acres).
Dniester Canyon — the Dniester River canyon, located at the territory of Dniester River Valley in Ukraine. On February 3, 2010, the Regional landscape park "Dnister Canyon" was promoted to the status of the National Nature Park. Dniester Canyon is the most interesting and the most picturesque area of the Dniester River. The steep canyon slopes are of limestone and the nature of the area is particularly beautiful, as it was chosen as one of 7 natural wonders of Ukraine.
National Nature Park "Podilski Tovtry" is a national park, located in the Horodok, Kamianets-Podilskyi, and the Chemerivtsi Raions of Khmelnytskyi Oblast in southern region of the western Ukraine. It is the biggest nature conservation area in Ukraine. The National Environmental Park "Podilski Tovtry" was created on the decree of the President of Ukraine, then Leonid Kuchma, on July 27, 1996, in order to maintain and protect the natural landscape of the Podillia region. The park is a nature-conservational, recreational, culturally enlightening, and scientifically researching institution of national importance. The National nature park "Podilski Tovtry" belongs to the National Ecological Network of Ukraine of the Podillya region.
Svityaz is the deepest lake in Ukraine, with a maximum depth of 58.4 m. It is the second largest in the country. Svitiaz belongs to groups of Shatsk's lakes, which are located in Polissya (Volyn region) in the utmost north-western corner of Ukraine, close to the borders with Poland and Belarus. The lake is part of Shatsky National Natural Park (Shatsk Raion, Volyn Oblast). In the middle of the lake there is an island of 7 hectares in size. The lake occupies an area of 25.2 km², the average depth is 6.9 m., the transparency of water to 8 m. The length of the lake is 9.3 km. The biggest width is 8 km. Volume of the lake is 180 mill. km³. The lake warms in the summer and its clean water and sandy bottom makes it a very popular tourism site.
Lake Synevyr is the biggest lake in the Carpathian Mountains of Ukraine. It is located in Mizhhiria Raion, Zakarpattia Oblast not far from a village of Synevyr Poliana and is the part of the National natural preserve "Synevyr" which was established in 1989. Scientists estimate that the lake appeared 10 thousands years ago. In 2008 the lake was recognized as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Ukraine.