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Chersonesus Collection

Discover the ancient wonders of Chersonesus, a historical gem nestled in Ukraine's Crimea region

Background imageChersonesus Collection: French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese, 1854. Creator: Unknown

French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese, 1854. Creator: Unknown
French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese, 1854. Crimean War. The projecting jetty is crowded with warlike implements recently landed from the transports, of which a large number are lying at anchor

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Hemidrachm (Coin) Depicting a Lion, late 5th century BCE. Creator: Unknown

Hemidrachm (Coin) Depicting a Lion, late 5th century BCE. Creator: Unknown
Hemidrachm (Coin) Depicting a Lion, late 5th century BCE

Background imageChersonesus Collection: French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese (engraving)

French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese (engraving)
1607915 French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: French Troops landing at Cape Chersonese)

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Ancient City of Khersoness, Ruins of ancient theatre, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine, Europe

Ancient City of Khersoness, Ruins of ancient theatre, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine, Europe

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Ruins of Ancient City of Khersoness, Ancient theatre, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine, Europe

Ruins of Ancient City of Khersoness, Ancient theatre, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine, Europe

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Ukraine, Crimea, Sevastopol, Khersoness, Fog bell - which comes from a Crimean War cannon

Ukraine, Crimea, Sevastopol, Khersoness, Fog bell - which comes from a Crimean War cannon

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Sebastopol from Old Chersonese and Ancient Church of St Vladimir, 1856

Sebastopol from Old Chersonese and Ancient Church of St Vladimir, 1856. Artists: William Simpson, E Walker
Sebastopol from Old Chersonese and Ancient Church of St Vladimir, 1856. From The Seat of War in the East, by William Simpson (1823-99). [Paul & Dominic Colnaghi & Co. London, 1856]

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Ukraine. Saint Vladimir Cathedral and Chersonesus Taurica ru

Ukraine. Saint Vladimir Cathedral and Chersonesus Taurica ru
Ukraine. Ruins of greek colony Chersonesus Taurica. 6th century BC. At background, Neo-Byzantine Russian Orthodox Church reconstructed at 21th century by E. Osadchiy. Sevastopol

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Ukraine. Saint Vladimir Cathedral

Ukraine. Saint Vladimir Cathedral. Neo-Byzantine Russian Orthodox Church built at 19th century. Reconstructed at 21th century by E. Osadchiy. Exterior. Chersonesus Taurica. Sevastopol

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Saint Andrews Monument

Saint Andrews Monument
Monument of Saint Andrews Apostle at Chersonesus Taurica. Sevastopol. Ukraine

Background imageChersonesus Collection: Ukraine. Chersonesus Taurica ruins

Ukraine. Chersonesus Taurica ruins
Ukraine. Chersonesus Taurica. 6th century BC. Greek colony occupied later by romans and byzantines. Roman amphitheatre. Sevastopol



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Discover the ancient wonders of Chersonesus, a historical gem nestled in Ukraine's Crimea region. This captivating city, also known as Khersoness, holds a rich history dating back to the late 5th century BCE. Explore its fascinating ruins and immerse yourself in the stories they tell. Step into the past at the Ancient City of Khersoness, where remnants of an ancient theatre transport you to another era. Marvel at the architectural marvels that once graced this land and imagine the vibrant performances that took place within these walls. As you wander through Sevastopol, don't miss out on visiting Saint Vladimir Cathedral and witnessing its grandeur firsthand. The intricate details and stunning craftsmanship will leave you in awe. Capture breathtaking views from Sebastopol as you gaze upon Old Chersonese and admire the Ancient Church of St Vladimir. Let your imagination run wild as you envision life during those turbulent times captured by artists William Simpson and E Walker. Pay homage to history with a visit to Saint Andrews Monument, a symbol of resilience standing tall amidst changing tides. Its significance is deeply rooted in Ukrainian heritage. Don't forget to explore Chersonesus Taurica ruins; each stone tells a tale waiting to be discovered. These ruins are not only reminders of an illustrious past but also serve as testaments to human perseverance against time's relentless march. Experience Ukraine's unique blend of culture, history, and natural beauty all within one place – Chersonesus awaits your arrival.