Derybasivska StreetOdesa, Ukraine
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Derybasivska Street is a bustling and vibrant street that stretches across the city of Odessa. It is named after José de Ribas, one of the founders of the city. At the eastern end of the street, you can find a statue of Ribas, paying homage to his contribution. The western half of the street was converted into a pedestrian-only zone in 1984, creating a peaceful atmosphere for visitors to explore. The street is lined with stunning 19th-century and early-20th-century mansions, adding to its charm and historical significance. During the summer months, the street comes alive with tourists, street performers, and artists, creating an energetic and lively atmosphere. You can enjoy the sights and sounds of the street from the comfort of the numerous cafes and restaurants that offer outdoor seating. Derybasivska Street is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Odessa, and its vibrant and dynamic atmosphere makes it a great place to spend some time.
30.09.20At the beginning of the street it's very quiet
29.08.20Running horizontally across the city for almost a kilometre, Deribasivska Street is Odessa’s beating heart. Whether you’re shopping, dining or sights.. Read more »
20.08.20Must to see!