(Last Updated On: December 7, 2008)
For a good part of our visit in Crimea, we arranged for a guide to take us around. Sergey Sorokin provided excellent service, allowing us to view some of the most famous sites in Crimea, as well as taking us on wonderful hikes. Hiking in the area is plentiful, but finding your way to and through these unmarked trails is virtually impossible without a guide.
From Yalta, we headed east, and stopped at this beautiful lighthouse, which is actually a Russian Orthodox Church. The church has just recently been reconstructed, as is the case with most churches in Ukraine since most were demolished as part of the anti-religious movements prevalent during Soviet rule.
From there we headed toward Sudak. There we visited a fortress which was built during the 12th and 13th centuries as part of the Silk Road.
Coming soon- more pictures from Crimea!
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