Amusing fortresses, magnificent castles, beautiful towns and vast churches represent the rich history and cultural heritage of Ukraine, which is a home to millions and billons of people. There is a list of national traditions, political values, and geographical factors that altogether make the country a distinctive place. Different people have experienced living in the country at different times such as Russian Boyars and Austro Hungarian and other legendary people that were popular all over the world. The country seems to have a blend of architectural style and advancements with the multiple national traditions; therefore, it is considered an ideal vocational spot. Being the home to many castle and worth-visiting territories, it is a marvelous traveling destination where people can explore the history in its original forms since heritage has been stored very carefully by the people. In case you enjoy visiting castles and fortresses but you don’t have enough time, we suggest you to rent an apartment in kiev and get few more days for your journey.
The Kamenets-Podolsky Castle is one of the most beautiful scenery in the area, built in the 12th century when Russian Empire was dominant all over the Ukraine. At that time Podlia was linked up with the Galacia-Volhynia, which was known to be an import kingdom of the country. Ukrainians had been the main population of the kingdom ever since it was established in the country. And then a few years later, Armenian handcrafters started to visit the city and it became a hub of different ethnicities. The locals of the city decided to put natural barriers for their defense and for the betterment of their security they chose to fortify the city into different castles. In short words, The Kamenets- Podolsky is one of the oldest castles of the twelfth century. This place is also known as the old and strong defense structure, built near the narrow isthmus, through which a deep roads goes to the Old town. This castle had been in the passions of Kamenets for four years. Later, it was replaned after the death of the owner in the battle fought against Tatars. The castle is wrapped within the big poles and is very complicated in its structure. The present structure has 11 towers connected with the walls whilst the previous structure of the castle didn’t have any tower around it. The reconstruction took place in XII that changed the structure to a slight percentage.
The Sudak Fortress: The fortification of this castle leaves everyone amazed and perplexed. This castle was built in Crimean Peninsula. During its construction many other fortresses were being built in other cities of Ukraine, such as Crimea, Feodosiya and Gurzuf. The first note written about the Sudak Fortress was found in 242, so it’s clear that it has a long and lengthy history. This castle is named as Sudak Surosh in many old manuscripts and written sources of Old Russian language. In Russian Literature, the city was named as “The world about Igor’s Regiment.”
Olesky Castle: This castle has very interesting history and is a one of the most enticing castles that were ever built in Lviv region. Father of Bogdan Khmelnitsky worked in the military service for many years right in this area. The castle is also a birthplace of the future Polish king Sobieski. The castle is connected with many roads and routines that are being used for the trading purpose. Ever trade that is done in the city goes from Turkey to Lutsk and so on to the next destination. The shape of this Ukraine castle is very weird; oval-shaped, the height is above fifth meters and more. The first note about this place dates back to 1327 when major parts were in the possession of Prince Troiden.