Flower exhibit blossoming at Spivoche Field in Kyiv
A massive flower exhibition "Ukrainian. Own. Special. vs Very special," dedicated to the anniversary of the Ukrainian Independence, has opened on Friday at Spivoche Field on a hill near the Kyiv Pechersk Lavra.
"Today, an opening ceremony for a flower festival has been held at a Spivoche Field landscape park in Kyiv," MP Dmytro Bilotserkovets, who is also an aide to the Kyiv Mayor, wrote on Facebook.
The exhibition, which is timed to Ukraine’s Independence Day (August 24), features 10 flower compositions, each dedicated to a certain region of Ukraine, according to the official.
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According to the program of events approved by the Kyiv State City Administration for National Flag Day and the 26th anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence, the exhibit at Spivoche Pole will last until September 18.