There is also an awesome legend about this monument. According to the story, the structure actually has a round form. The lower part of the whole structure is hiding under the ground of the Dnipro slopes. And you can even get inside and take a ride around the circle. If you come closer and put the ear to the monument, you may even hear someone riding inside.
And, of course, the incredible landscape! From here you see the magnificent Dnipro, which is, by the way, the largest river in Ukraine, and the third one in Europe. A great white ship is shown over there, as if it was frozen into the bank of the Dnipro river. In fact, this is the construction of the River Station, which was on purpose built in the form of a ship, but maybe it also dreams of floating away one day? On the left, Prince Vladimir admires the city from the slopes, holding a large cross. It was he, who brought Christianity to Ukraine, more than a thousand years ago. Perhaps the Prince, who has been living on these slopes for over 150 years, could have tell us many stories happened to him, but he does not speak.