Donetsk is a megalopolis in the Central Ukraine with population around one million citizens. It is an established industrial and mining center of Ukraine with a large chain of functioning coal mines. Donetsk is considered an unofficial capital of Donetsk basin - huge territory in the Central Ukraine.
Dnepropetrovsk is the fourth biggest city in Ukraine. Situated on the banks of a beautiful river Dnepr (the name of the city stems from it,) Dnepropetrovsk is only 300 kilometers away from Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.
Sumy is the small, but beautiful city in Ukraine, situated in the North-East of the country on the banks of River Psel. The population of the Sumy is around 300 thousand people. Quarter of the population of Sumy is Russians and the rest are Ukrainians.
The name of the city of Lviv can be translated as “City of Lions.” Lviv is an important cultural center of Western Ukraine, which never seize to attract tourists from all over the world. Lviv is known as “Ukrainian Paris” because of its more Western European touch to the city organization and mentality of the inhabitants.
City of Rivne is situated in Western Ukraine, in historical region of Volhynia. Rivne serves as a transportation center connecting Ukraine and European countries. There are the international Rivne Airport and railway connections to various surrounding cities of Ukraine.
Chisinau is the capital of modern Moldova and its administrative, cultural, political and scientific center. The city of Chisinau is situated on the seven hills around river Byk.
Novosibirsk is the most populous city in the Asian part of Russian Federation with a population of one million and a half people. Novosibirsk is important administrative in Asian Russia. Novosibirsk is situated on the banks of the Ob’ River adjacent to the Ob River Valley.
Saint-Petersburg is considered a “cultural capital” of Russian Federation. Population of the city on Neva River, called as well “Northern capital of Russia,” is around six million people. Unlike Moscow, main attractions of the city on Neva-river are theatres, beautiful architecture, museums, concert and theater halls and of course, beautiful and enigmatic Saint-Petersburg women.
The city of Moscow, being capital of Russian Federation, attracts young people from the whole country. Thousands of young men and women arrive every day to build a new life in the dynamic and rapidly growing megapolis of Moscow.
Ekaterinburg is the fourth largest city in Russian Federation with a population about one million people. Ekaterinburg is the administrative center of Ural region and one of the leading industrial and cultural cities of the Ural administrative region.