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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Bristol Hotel

The hotel was designed in a mixed Renaissance Revival and Baroque Revival Victorian style, with Neoclassical statues and white marble columns facing the street. It has 113 rooms and is one of the city's notable landmarks. The hotel was built between...

Londonskaya Hotel

The building housing the Londonskaya Hotel was originally constructed between 1826–1828 as a private residence, designed by architect Francesco Boffo in the early Italian Renaissance style. The hotel was opened in 1846 by Jean-Batiste Karuta, a French ...

Odessa Hotel

Hotel Odessa is a 4-star hotel in Odessa, Ukraine. It is situated near the seaport. It was built in 2001 and has 19 floors. It formerly belonged to the Kempinski hotel chain (2001–2002) and had 5 stars. It was voted the best hotel in Ukraine in 2001. A...

Odessa Passage

Odessa Passage is a passage and a hotel on Deribasivska Street in the centre of Odessa. It has 4 floors. On the ground floor there are many boutiques and on other 3 floors there is a hotel. Odessa Passage was built at the end of the 19th century and wa...

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Cathedral

The temple follows the Roman or Latin rite and was built between 1844 and 1853 thanks to the efforts of Catholics from Poland and Germany and the initiative of Father Grzegorza Razutowicza, designed by Polish architect Feliksa Gąsiorowskiego with the h...

Chornomorets Stadium

The Chernomorets Stadium is a football stadium built in 2011 in Odesa, Ukraine. The stadium has a capacity of 34,164 and is the home of FC Chornomorets Odesa. The inaugural match, between FC Chornomorets Odesa and FC Karpaty Lviv, was played on Novembe...

Maraslis House

The house was the home of Grigorios Maraslis who was the Mayor of Odessa. He lived here from 1831 to 1907. The house had belonged to his father (1780–1853) who had the same name. It is not known who is the architect, but his father had bought this hous...

Mayurov House

Mayurov House, also known as the Roundhouse is a famous building in Odessa, Ukraine. It is located in the city center on the Hretska Ploshcha (Greek Square), dividing it into two parts: a round part (with a well in past) and the Greek Market.

Odessa Catacombs

The Odessa Catacombs are a labyrinth-like network of tunnels (subterranean cavities) under Odessa and its outskirts in Ukraine, that are mostly (over 90%) the result of stone mining, particularly coquina. The system of Odessa Catacombs includes such un...

Odessa City Hall

The frontage features two large statues depicting Ceres and Mercury in their roles as the goddess of agriculture and the god of trade respectively, marking the buildings original purpose as an Exchange. Every half-hour, the clock above the entrance ...

Odessa railway station

Odessa is the main train station in Odessa in southern Ukraine. It was built in the second half of the 19th century. It was damaged in 1944 during World War II and was rebuilt in 1952. It is situated in the city center of Odessa.

Port of Odessa

The Port of Odessa or Odessa Marine Trade Port — located near Odessa — is the largest Ukrainian seaport and one of the largest ports in the Black Sea basin, with a total annual traffic capacity of 40 million tonnes (15 million tonnes dry bulk and 25 mi...

Potemkin Stairs

The Potemkin Stairs, or Potemkin Steps, is a giant stairway in Odessa, Ukraine. The stairs are considered a formal entrance into the city from the direction of the sea and are the best known symbol of Odessa. The stairs were originally known as the Bou...

Seventh-Kilometer Market

Existing in the 1960s and 1970s, it was originally open only on Sundays (later on Saturdays) in Slobodka, near the 3rd Jewish cemetery on the Chemistry street, at the time a small walled-in area of 150m wide and 250m long, hence totally inadequate for ...

Spartak Stadium

It is the home ground of football club Real Pharma Odesa and RC Kredo-63. Was temporary home ground of Chornomorets of the Ukraine Premier League while their home stadium is under reconstruction for Euro 2012. The stadium was opened in 1928 as a ded...

Transfiguration Cathedral in Odessa

The first and foremost church in the city of Odessa, the cathedral was founded in 1794 by Gavril Bănulescu-Bodoni. Construction lagged several years behind schedule and the newly appointed governor of New Russia, Armand-Emmanuel de Vignerot du Plessis,...

Vorontsov Lighthouse

The lighthouse was built with iron tubing and lead gaskets. It has a one-million-watt signal light that can be seen up to twelve nautical miles (22 km) away. It transmits the Morse Code signal of three dashes, the letter O, for Odessa. It also sounds a...

Vorontsov Palace

The buildings were built between 1827 and 1830 by the Sardinian-born architect Francesco Boffo for Russian Prince Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov, one of the governor-generals of the Odessa region. Vorontsov chose to build his city palace on the spot whe...

Al-Salam Mosque

Odessa Muslims have a long tradition. The city of Odessa was built on the site of an ancient Tatar settlement called Hadzhibey. The settlement was founded by Hacı I Giray, the Khan of Crimea, in 1240 and originally named after him as Hacıbey (pronounce...

Arcadia Beach

Arcadia beach is Odessa, Ukraine's most famous beach. It is located in the Arcadia quarter. The founders of Odessa chose this name for this area in the hopes it would help make is a success as a holiday resort. There is a main beach which has water ...









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