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Like many former Soviet cities, Kiev is a multicultural place: you will certainly meet ethnic Russians - which form about 13% of the city's population - and also Armenians, Azeris, Belarusians, Georgians and Tatars.
There are also people claiming Jewish, Polish, Romanian and Hungarian descent. Since 2011, signs with Latin transliteration are starting to make an appearance throughout Ukraine.
A bus, known as the Sky Bus, operates 24-hour service between each terminal of the airport and the southern side of the Central Railway station (UAH60, 70 minutes), with a stop at the Kharkivska Metro Station on the Green Line (UAH35, 45 minutes).
If your destination lies on the Left Bank, or if it's rush hour (in which case the bus is likely to run into traffic in the center) and you were going to take the subway anyway, it might be a good idea to exit at Kharkivska.
The spelling of the city name in English-language guidebooks is debatable.
By the late 9th century, Kiev was at the centre of an emerging Eastern Slavic state.
Between the 10th and early 13th centuries, the city reached its golden age as the capital of the first Ukrainian state known today as Kievan Rus, (Kyivan Ruthenia, or Rus-Ukraine).
For taxis, the minimum price to the city centre is about UAH 300 (May 2017) when you book in advance.
Alternatively, Uber offers the best value for the last minute calls.
Passport control upon both arrival and departure is usually quite fast and usually takes no longer than 10 minutes.