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Koktebel, Crimea Photos

Pictures of Koktebel, Crimea Koktebel today is one of Crimea's best-known resorts and has been attracting more and more wealthy visitors despite its conspicuous lack of infrastructure. Koktebel is a half-hour drive from Feodosiya and less than an hour from Sudak by bus. Maximilian Voloshin — a Russian writer and painter who lived from 1877 to 1932 — made the village of Koktebel famous by inviting prominent scientists, artists, writers, and intelligentsia to his fancy library-like....

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Karabi Plateau, Crimea Photos

Pictures of Karabi Plateau, Crimea Karabi Yayla (or Plateau) is the largest and most remote mountain plateau in Crimea. It is covered with caves and is a favorite destination for spelunkers. Much of the plateau belongs to the "Karst Reserve," and there might be special rules for entry. However, they are almost certainly ignored and go unenforced. Karabi is most accessible from Simferopol, but you will have to take a bus to one of the nearby villages. It's much easier to make Karabi....

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Feodosiya, Crimea Photos

Pictures of Feodosiya, Crimea Feodosiya is the second largest town in eastern Crimea after Kerch. It is located at the far east end of the Crimean Mountains and is both a tourist destination (especially in the summer) and an industrial center. Feodosiya is accessible by train from Kiev in the summer months, but there are no trains the rest of the year. However, buses run frequently from Simferopol, which has very good train connections to destinations around Kiev and western Russia.

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Balaklava, Crimea Photos

Pictures of Balaklava, Crimea Few places in Ukraine were as off-limits during the Soviet era as the small town of Balaklava on the Black Sea coast south of Sevastopol. Here the Black Sea submarine fleet was housed in the sheltered harbor. The town was closed to everyone but locals until several years after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Minibuses run to Balaklava from the "5th kilometer" bus station in Sevastopol. It's also not far off the Yalta-Sevastopol highway.

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Bakhchisaray, Crimea Photos

Pictures of Bakhchisaray, Crimea The Bakhchisaray region has one of the highest concentrations of historical sites of all of Crimea. Bakhchisaray is an ancient town half-way between Simferopol and Sevastopol and has a train station, making it accessible from any city in Ukraine (or Russia, etc.) that has a train connection to Sevastopol. Bakhchisaray's old town has a palace (see below) and several ancient Muslim mosques. Nearby is an ancient cliff monastery and one of Crimea's best-preserved....

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