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A region in the south of Ukraine stretched out along the northern coast of the Black Sea. Its largest cities are Odesa and Mykolaiv. Most of the key Ukrainian seaports responsible for exports are located here. This forest-steppe region is fascinating not only for its coast as the area where the rivers flow into the sea shapes many estuaries, reed beds, and sand spits. Ships and kayaks are built, yacht clubs operate, and rafting competitions are held here. Artefacts of the great Greek colony Olbia have been preserved near the village of Parutyne. The natural complex of the Aktove Canyon, Buzkyi Hard National Nature Park, and Tylihul Estuary and its ornithological sanctuaries are famous among tourists. Prychornomoria is also one of the wine-making centres of southern Ukraine.

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