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The People and Culture of Ukraine

Ukraine, an Eastern European country with a rich cultural heritage as well as a rich history of linguistics is a perfect instance of this. A large portion of the population is to some degree bilingual in Ukrainian as well as Russian.

Ukraine was declared independent in 1991 has tried to find a way as an independent nation while keeping close ties with Western institutions such NATO or the European Union or NATO. However, internal conflicts make it much more challenging.

The year 2011 saw 2011 the Orange Revolution was a popular rebellion that forced the president Viktor Yanukovych out of office. Also, it sparked a series of protest movements. The transition to democracy led to the elections to the presidency of Victory Yushchenko.

Ukrainians have a wide range of races and faiths. While most people are Orthodox Christians there is also a large number of Roman ritual Catholics as well as Protestants.

Ukrainian cuisine is renowned for its use of vegetables and cereals. As Ukraine boasts some of the finest soils in the world and is in a position to produce a diverse range of crops.

Pierogies are a common Ukrainian dish that can be cooked or baked and include eggs, flour as well as potato mixture. It is possible to fill them with any mixture of cheese, sour-cream, or minced meat.

Holubtsi is a type of cabbage roll which can be filled with pork, beef or vegetable fillings and can be prepared in a variety of ways. It is possible to serve them as a side dish or main meals and they’re usually served alongside stews, soups, or sauces.

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