Green tourism, authentic churches, Old Believers settlement and, of course, canals of the Danube with picturesque landscapes that made the city “Ukrainian Venice”.
The AH was created here on 29 October 2017 and includes the city of Vylkove, settlements of Bile, Desantne, Novomykolayivka and Myrne. The initial budget amounted to UAH 7 million, but now it has already reached 78 million.
The major challenges of AH comprise roads, the quality of drinking water and sewage system.
The most popular tourist route in Vylkove is the so-called zero kilometer – the place where the Danube falls into the Black Sea. Many tourists come here to make a wish. According to the AH head, his greatest desire is to see the city included to the UNESCO list.
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