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About Symu

There are no planes to get you to Sumy unless your wallet is thick enough to pay for a private one, but you can get in by train with a few changes en route or mini-bus. Founded by the Cossacks as a fortress in the 17th Century, it was home to Slavic tribes between the 2nd - 6th Centuries. Named after the Suma and the Sumka Rivers that circle the town, as old legends go it is supposedly where 3 black bags with golden buttons were found, which is today depicted on its coat-of-arms. The city sits in the northeastern of the Ukraine on the Psyol River with a charming atmosphere and plenty of whitewashed buildings in pedestrian-only streets to meander around.

Check out the remnants and the burial mounds of the original inhabitants, the Slavic Tribes, on Pavlov Street in the southwest of the city. There are plenty of churches for those in need of a bit of redemption, such as the Holy Resurrection Cathedral that is the oldest stone building in the city. The cathedral was actually constructed using part of the city walls and has a secret underground passage leading down to the river. For an architectural hit, you should head to the Transfiguration Cathedral that combines Baroque, Classicism and Renaissance styles. Museum buffs will get a kick out of walking around the Museum of Chekhov, an open mansion that once belonged to a noble family during the 18th and 19th Centuries. Considered to be the symbol of Sumy, "Altanka", this is a carved wooden gazebo entirely constructed without using a single nail. It is the only wooden building that was not destroyed during World War II. There are plenty of monuments dotted around the city streets and the best streetscapes can be found along Soborna and Voskresenska Streets where there are plenty of cafes for when the caffeine bug bites.

When you want some time out, there is Kozhedub's Park sitting in Sumy's heart to stroll around and sit and gawk at the locals going about their business.

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