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The book is neither a guide nor a manual. Rather, it’s an insight into the city we adore—wonderful, fascinating and strange.
Once envisaged as Imperial Russia’s third capital after Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Ukraine’s fourth largest city — Dnipro — is shedding its reputation as a place closed to outsiders. The city was founded by Catherine the Great in the late 18th century and grew rapidly in 20th century as a center of industry.
The aerospace industry flourished and soviet monumental architecture came to dominate the skyline. During the cowboy capitalism of the “wild ‘90s” Dnipro emerged as as a key economic and political hub and maker of oligarch’s fortunes. Today the city is forming a new image — it is a modern city, in which history and innovation coexist.
The book is neither a guide nor a manual. Rather, it’s an insight into the city we adore — wonderful, fascinating and strange. In its pages you’ll find references to major historical events, famous and talented residents, art, culture, sports, literature, traditions and even beloved street food.
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