Kharkiv is the second biggest city in Ukraine, with a population of 1,449,000 people.
The city is located at north east of Ukraine and is considered, after Kiev, to be an industrial center of education and training as well as a developed culture and mostly museums and glorious history.
In 1991 the city was expanded and in the city you can see the biggest squares in the world and, called The Liberty Square.
Hundreds of industrial and research plants are located in the city, concentrating mainly in the field of weapons production, tanks, tractor and turbine factories.
The city has a well-developed subway system that includes 29 stations as well as an international airport that allows direct flights from around the world to the city.
The city has several important sites: Herut Square – one of the largest in the world, Maxim Gorky Park – is named after the writer Maxim Gorky, Uspensky Cathedral – was built in the late 18th century and it’s spire tower rises to 90 meters height and the monument in memory of the famous Ukrainian poet and painter Taras Shevchenko.
Throughout the city there are great cafes, various restaurants and many nightlife venues. The city also offers a wide range of various art cultures and social life.