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Oleny Telihy Street, Kiev, Ukraine
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

More than 130,000 men, women, and children were murdered here by the Nazis and their sympathizers from Ukraine and Romania. While Ukraine is destroying many Russian monuments, the monument at Babi Yar remains one of the most moving I've seen, especially from the side. I...More

Thank Charley44
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Easy to reach at the end on the tube line, set in a nice park, stunning memorials but spend time on your own by the ravine and you will feel the tragedy of history weigh upon you.

Thank michael d
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It used to be a huge forest, where (mostly) jews were shot to death on a daily basis and buried in place. The huge location wss minimized gor the purpose of a park. Please remember whild walking on site and on the adjoined park, that...More

Thank yourseth
Reviewed August 6, 2018

Located in a forested ravine just outside of Kiev city limits, is this solemn memorial that marks the spot where nearly 34,000 men, women and Jewish children of the ghetto were brought and executed over a period of two days. In subsequent months, most of...More

1  Thank CJW913
Reviewed August 5, 2018

The site just would not conveys the tragedy, it mainly a lip service. In projects lack of respect for an historical tragedy. There is a pretty “park” on the sight, and a new highway splits the valley into 2 halves. Very little conveys the tragic...More

2  Thank D L
Reviewed August 2, 2018

Easy access with the metro to Dorohozhychi. Vast and beautiful park that covers the horrors of over 33 000 jews and later also other groups shot and buried here. Good information tablets and several monuments.

2  Thank Pia J
Reviewed July 6, 2018 via mobile

Please do not make my mistake and head to Babi Yar without doing research, because there are two sites. I only found the big one with the large statue which only memorialized Ukrainian citizens with no mention of what actually happened here. This is tragic...More

3  Thank MariannaDances
Reviewed July 5, 2018

I'm not going to judge the condition of this place (I'm OK with it, but not everyone agrees) nor its atmosphere (I'm again OK with it, but again, not everyone agrees), but the horror take took place here should make it top destination for every...More

1  Thank taqqie
Reviewed July 3, 2018 via mobile

Don’t get me wrong, Kiev is a cool city. People have been super friendly. But after seeing the condition of this site I am disappointed in their lack of contrition and respect for an historical tragedy that scars a nation. Yes there is a pretty...More

4  Thank Nomadusa1
Reviewed June 18, 2018

Read a book or search for information about the tradegy before you visit the place. It will create a very special atmosphere.

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Response from Tapoetapoe |
I would go by Metro. Simplest and least time consuming. Metro stop at Babi Yar park is: (311) Dorohozhychi Don't worry about the Cyrillic spelling in the metro. It is both written in Latin as well as Cyrillic. Otherwise... More
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