10 Unknown fact about Ukraine

Ukraine is the second-largest country in Europe after Russia, with a total area of 603,628 square kilometers.

The Ukrainian language is the official language of Ukraine, and it is spoken by over 40 million people around the world.

Ukraine is home to the largest Jewish community in Europe after Russia.

The world's first-ever constitution was introduced in Ukraine in 1710 by Hetman Pylyp Orlyk.

Ukraine has the largest population of beekeepers in the world, with over 300,000 beekeepers.

Ukraine is home to the deepest metro station in the world, Arsenalna, which is located 105 meters underground.

The Chernobyl disaster, one of the worst nuclear accidents in history, occurred in Ukraine in 1986.

Ukraine is known for its beautiful traditional costumes, which are characterized by bright colors and intricate embroidery.

The city of Lviv, located in western Ukraine, is known for its beautiful architecture, rich history, and vibrant cultural scene.

Ukraine is famous for its delicious cuisine, which includes dishes such as borscht, varenyky (dumplings), and salo (cured pork fat).