Trivia Crack Answer: Odessa
About the pearl of the Black Sea
Odessa is a city in Ukraine known as the pearl of the Black Sea. Odessa is located along the coast of the Black Sea. It is a very popular tourist attraction. Its sandy beaches make it popular both among Ukrainians and foreigners, as most of the beaches in the Ukraine are stone beaches. This is why people refer to it as the pearl of the Black Sea. Odessa is also an important port for trade and transportation. During Ukraine’s time in the Soviet Union, Odessa was the main port of trade for the Soviet Union. Odessa has a warmer temperate climate, making it ideal for tourists seeking beaches. Earlier in its history, Odessa was considered a healthy place to go. People with chronic illnesses would often be encouraged to go to Odessa to treat their illness. In this way, Odessa was very similar to Bath in England. Odessa has many buildings that are inspired by a more Mediterranean architecture, which is unusual in the area. Odessa is famous for the Potemkin Steps, the Odessa theater and its center, which contains a statue of Catherine the Great. There are many museums, parks and gardens for tourists to peruse as well.