City of New Kakhovka

Architects believe that among the built in Ukraine during the Soviet era cities, just during creation of two managed to solve the task of harmonious combination of blocks, squares and streets with the picturesque nature of the Dnieper coast. One of them – New Kakhovka that welcomes you.

New Kakhovka, which was born in the early 1950s due to construction of Kahovska’s hydroelectric Station (one of the official «Great building of communism»), today is the most ambitious city of Kherson region. Built among the sands, where the prairie winds raged, New Kakhovka will appear to you as a true oasis with a wonderful park area, turned green trees and gardens.

City is living with complete business, economic, cultural and sport life. New Kakhovka is a powerful regional trade centre, which except itself also serves a half of the region. There are large companies, one of which is a major producer of cognac in Ukraine – factory «Tavria».

In the city annually held international exhibitions and forums. One of the guests of the International Investment Forum «Tavria Horizons», which held in New Kakhovka 2011, was the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Here are constantly hold contests with wine tasting, cognac, beer, confectionery, competition for the best fishing soup, festival fashion, music festival «Tavria djerelo», sailing regatta. The city has a luxury yacht club and a professional football club «Energy».

At one time in 12 years of age in the city Children and Youth Sports School Valery Borzov came to study. Later the young man went down in history as the first white sportsman who won over by Negro athletes in the 100-meter race (it happened in 1972, at the Olympics in Munich).

Young, beautiful, active and always welcoming New Kakhovka invites you to visit it. Don’t deny it.

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Marcos / 28.02.2012 12:00
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