Photographer's Note

As the last pictures from Ukraine, three "nothing specials" from Chernivtsi.
Chernivtsi is sometimes called Little Vienna. The name Little Vienna should be no surprise because even though Chernivtsi has endured many dominations, this beautiful Ukrainian city has preserved the style and the spirit of a capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, of which it was a duchy from 1849 for about 150 years: a period considered the country’s Golden Age.
This area of Ukraine - in northern Bucovina - one of the most beautiful and remote corners of Eastern Europe, is still relatively undiscovered and untouched by mass tourism, but is rich in architecture, history and folklore.[]

On the main pedestrian street, I saw this Grand Cafe and its customers. According to Trip Advisor, it is the best cafe in the city. Inside, there is very nice small museum. It is delightful place.

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