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Take a look at the main Christmas trees from all the regions of Ukraine

main Christmas trees
Take a look at the main Christmas trees from all the regions of Ukraine
Merry Christmas, Dear Readers! Euromaidan Press collected for you all the main Christmas trees of Ukraine. Is the most expensive one also the most beautiful? Which oblast has the highest tree? And which oblast has the smallest one  (its length is only about a meter)? And does the Kyiv tree have a competitor? Take a look and decide for yourself!
Odesa Photo: odesa.depo.ua
Odesa Photo: odesa.depo.ua
Cherkasy Photo: infomist.ck.ua
Cherkasy Photo: infomist.ck.ua
Chernivtsi Photo: 0372.ua
Chernivtsi Photo: 0372.ua
Kherson Photo: pik.ua
Kherson Photo: pik.ua
Kropyvnytskyi (Kirovohrad Oblast ) Photo: dostyp.com.ua
Kropyvnytskyi (Kirovohrad Oblast ) Photo: dostyp.com.ua

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpczd-fgrIk

Mykolayiv, the most expensive official Christmas tree in Ukraine. It costs more than $100,000.

Kharkiv Photo: @julia_parfinenko
Kharkiv, the highetst one – 36 meters Photo: @julia_parfinenko
Sumy Photo: like.sumy.ua
Sumy Photo: like.sumy.ua
Rivne Photo: rivne.ogo.ua
Rivne Photo: rivne.ogo.ua
Poltava Photo: day.kyiv.ua/
Poltava Photo: day.kyiv.ua/
Ternopil Photo: golos.com.ua
Ternopil Photo: golos.com.ua
Khmelnytskyi Photo: vsim.ua
Khmelnytskyi Photo: vsim.ua
Lutsk (Volyn Oblast ) Photo: volynnews.com
Lutsk (Volyn Oblast ) Photo: volynnews.com
Lviv Photo: Lviv City Council
Lviv Photo: Lviv City Council
Mariupol (Donetsk Oblast) Photo: Mariupol City Council
Mariupol (Donetsk Oblast) Photo: Mariupol City Council
Vinnytsia Photo: vn.depo.ua
Vinnytsia Photo: vn.depo.ua
Zaporizhzhya  Photo: 061.ua
Zaporizhzhia  Photo: 061.ua
Zhytomyr Photo: zhzh.info
Zhytomyr Photo: zhzh.info
Uzhhorod (Zakarpattia Oblast) Photo zhgorod.net.ua The Christmas tree in Uzhhorod is only 1 meter in length. The idea is to give it an official status of the main Christmas tree in Zakarpattya Oblast. But it will happen in a few years, when the tree grow a bit older. So far it is replaced by a tree from Carpathian Mountains.
Uzhhorod (Zakarpattia Oblast)  The Christmas tree in Uzhhorod is only 1 meter in length. The idea is to give it an official status of the main Christmas tree in Zakarpattya Oblast. But it will happen in a few years, when the tree grow a bit older. So far it is replaced by a tree from Carpathian Mountains.  Photo zhgorod.net.ua
Uzhhorod (Zakarpattia Oblast) Photo zhgorod.net.ua
Uzhhorod (Zakarpattia Oblast) Photo zhgorod.net.ua

http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=57&v=GTHN1ohNttg

Chernihiv

Dnipro (Dnipropetrovska Oblast) Photo: vgolos.com.ua
Dnipro (Dnipropetrovska Oblast) Photo: vgolos.com.ua
Ivano-Frankivsk Photo: kurs.if.ua
Ivano-Frankivsk Photo: kurs.if.ua
Severodonetsk (Luhansk Oblast) Photo: @severlhs
Sievierodonetsk (Luhansk Oblast) Photo: @severlhs
Kyiv Photo: Olena Makarenko
Kyiv Photo: Olena Makarenko

And these were the main Christmas trees of Crimea established for celebrating the New Year 2014 – the last New Year before the occupation.

Crimea is Ukraine!

Simferopol 2014 Photo: rimea.vgorode.ua
Simferopol 2014 Photo: crimea.vgorode.ua
Sevastopol 2014 Photo: rimea.vgorode.ua
Sevastopol 2014 Photo: crimea.vgorode.ua
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