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The trip takes half a day and costs 5 hryvnas for the Russian-language version. The Odessa Privoz is one of the biggest farmers' markets in the world and rivals those in lstanbul and Mexico City.

As the saying goes, you can find anything up to and including nuclear devices at the Privoz, but a better description is everything that is edible and in season in the Cl S, plus a whole lot more.

Located some 35 km outside of town, the partisan catacomb bus leaves (as of this writing) daily from the bus kiosk across Volzhynskij street from the train station at 10 a.m., except weekends.

In the very heart of the city there is the Odessa Museum of Western and Oriental Art.This museum is very prestigious, one of the finest in Europe. Rachmani- noff, Ezhen Izai, Pablo Sarasate and others performed their works.More than 400 km of catacombs are buried beneath Odessa.Both partisans and smugglers have used them over the years, and the part of the catacombs which resistance fighters used in 1941 is open to the public.Count Vorontsov built a Grecian collonade which overlooks the harbor and also provides a fine view of the bay.

Next to the palace is the Tyoschin Most, a foot bridge built over a gorge by a Communist functionary in the 1950s either so his mother-in-law could visit him more easily or so she would not have an excuse to stay overnight, depending on which version of the story you choose to believe.

It is better to see once that to hear about it hundred times”! Odessa is a capital city of Odessa region, in Ukraine, a port on Odessa Bay of the Black Sea. Russians, Ukrainians, and Jews predominate in Odessa's cosmopolitan population.

The atmosphere of our city will help you to relax and to enjoy your vacation here in Odessa…

The bridge is a traditional sight where newly weds have their pictures taken.

Once home to Odessa's wealthy merchants, Frantsuskij Boulevard now is home to numerous sanitoria, but the cobblestones and acacia trees are most reminiscent of Old Odessa.

Another name of Odessa is "The Pearl of the Black Sea".