st. Orangeryna, 10, Kyiv

About the place

Babin Yar is the world-famous site of the tragedy that has become a symbol of the Holocaust, the largest international cemetery in Ukraine. Here, during the fascist occupation of Ukraine, more than 100,000 civilians, prisoners of war, guerrillas, guerrillas, hostages, members of the OUN, the mentally ill, and others were shot dead.

The Nazis punished the Jews and the Roma, women, the elderly and children, and the ideologically - the Communists and Komsomol people, as well as those who did not please the authorities of the "higher race".

Review 5

Konstantin Kovler

Very sad place, recommend to visit different monuments, not only the main one.
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Paul de Gregorio

A must visit for anyone visiting Kiev. Sobering, enraging & thought provoking. We must all remember.
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Fidel M

Wow..... Emotionally Overwhelmed. Can't wait till they open the visitor center.
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Rock Star

Also known as a place where 33,771 Jews were killed 2 days.
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Adwait Paithankar

A great place with not so great history. It's one of the most well maintained memorial for those who died in fighting against the Nazis.
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