Mezhyhirya

Mezhyhirya (Ukrainian: Межигір'я, Mežihìr’â) was the private residence of former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych in the village of Novi Petrivtsi, Vyshhorod Raion, which he occupied since 2002

Mezhyhirya (Ukrainian: Межигір'я, Mežihìr’â) was the private residence of former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych in the village of Novi Petrivtsi, Vyshhorod Raion, which he occupied since 2002. On February 23, 2014 the Ukrainian parliament adopted a resolution on transfer of Mezhyhirya (as a recreational complex of Pushcha-Vodytsia) into a state ownership, while being in private possession since 2009. The estate is over 140 ha (350 acres) and is situated on the banks of the Dnieper river (Kiev Reservoir). From 1935 to 2007 Mezhyhirya was a state government residence until it was turned into a private property. In 2012 the State Administration of Affairs rented a space from Tantalit for 99,691 hryvnia per year arranging it for official receptions. Internet newspaper Ukrayinska Pravda in its journalistic investigation published a number of documents that confirm a link between those organizations-tenants, family members of Yanukovych and his entourage. The 140-hectares Mezhyhirya complex is enclosed by a five meter tall fence with length along the perimeter of 54 km (34 mi). On its territory are located a yacht pier, equestrian club, shooting range, tennis court and many other recreational tourism complexes as well as hunting grounds. Lease of 1 ha (2.5 acres) in Mezhyhirya for Yanukovych costs 314 hryvnia per month (2010) which is about $39.57 according to the exchange rate. According the site wikipedia.org

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Aerial view over the city

Club House «Honka»

SPA-center

Landing stage \'Galleon\'

Golf course

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