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Odessa City Guide
Odessa - regional city of Ukraine, port on the Black sea. Territory of 160 square kilometers. According to last census the population is 1 129 000. It was based in 1794. After Kiev and Kharkov - Odessa is the biggest city, the industrial, cultural, scientific and resort center of Northern Black Sea Coast. In the cosmopolitan population of the city prevail are Russians, Ukrainians and Jews. Large resort center includes: beaches, numerous night clubs and health resorts.
Moderately continental and rather humidity. The quantity of sunny days in a year exceeds 290.
Odessa is the largest marine port of Ukraine. Transporting such products as: corn, sugar, coal, oil products, cement, metals, jute, wood, products of machine-building industry. Based on naval, fishing and whaling fleet. Basic industries are shipbuilding, petroleum refining, engineering, manufacture of metal, food-processing industry, and woodworking, agriculture and chemical industry etc.
Odessa is proud of the unique architectural and cultural legacies. In the old part of the city you may see; university (founded in 1865), Opera and Ballet Theater (1809), Historical Museum (1825), City Library (1830), Astronomic Observatory (1871), Art Gallery (1898), other educational establishments, theaters and museums, medical university, marine academy and conservatory. Many famous people grew up and lived in Odessa in different times: Alexander Pushkin, Il'ya Mechnikov and Leonid Utesov.
Odessa’s airport is located not far from the city center, 16km. Operating international and domestic flights.
Railway station is located in the center of the city.
Banks of Odessa accepts Visa and Master Credit Cards. There is many exchange offices in the city, some of them working 24 hours.
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