Buky Canyon

Buky Canyon
Buky Canyon

Buky Canyon is one of the most picturesque places in Ukraine, located on Hirsky Tikych river (Mankivsky district, Cherkasy region). The canyon was formed of 2 billion years old Proterozoic granites, it is approximately 5 km (3 miles) long, 20 m (22 yd.) deep and from 20 to 40 m (65 – 130 ft) wide. There is a waterfall called Vyr (vortex) at the beginning of the canyon with the fragments of XIX century windmill.

There are also ruins of the first Ukrainian water-power plant nearby. In one place the canyon rocks form a stone gate, which resembles the world-famous Stonehenge, and in another place the rocks overhang the water, creating an unusual landscape for Ukraine – almost like a fjord.

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Nearest town
Uman (Cherkasy region)
Nearest village
Buki (Cherkasy region)
Nearest airport
Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv), Kyiv International Airport (Zhuliany)
Average temperature
-9° C in winter; +27° C in summer. The +10° C temperature period lasts 160-170 days

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