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The national parks in Ukraine feature the many pristine landscapes that Ukraine has to offer. National parks constitute about 11,116 km2 (4,292 sq mi) of Ukraine.

UnderstandEdit

There are 54 national parks in Ukraine. The oldest park is Carpathian National Park, which was established in 1980.

The total area protected by national parks is around 11,116 km², with an average of 226.85 km² but a median of only 14,836 hectares 148.36 km² in Zalissya. The largest national park is Upper Pobozhia, in Khmelnytskyi Oblast with more than 1,000 km² of protected area while the smallest park is the Derman-Ostroh National Nature Park, making up an area of 55 km².

This category of the Nature Conservation Fund was created mainly after the fall of the Soviet Union and such there were very few parks in Ukraine. Many of its parks are concentrated in the west, closer to Romania and Poland.

ParksEdit

 
Map of Ukrainian national parks
 
Cheremosh National Nature Park
  • 1 Azov-Syvash National Nature Park  
  • 2 Biloozerskyi National Nature Park   (White Lake National Park)
  • 3 Buzk's Gard National Nature Park  
  • 4 Carpathian National Nature Park  
  • 5 Charming Harbor National Nature Park   (Tarkanhut National Park)*
  • 6 Cheremosh National Nature Park  
  • 7 Derman-Ostroh National Nature Park  
  • 8 Desna-Starohutskyi National Nature Park  
  • 9 Dniester Canyon National Nature Park  
  • 10 Dvorichanskyi National Nature Park  
  • 11 Dzharylhak National Nature Park  
  • 12 Great Meadow National Nature Park  
  • 13 Halych National Nature Park  
  • 14 Hetman National Nature Park  
  • 15 Holosiivskyi National Nature Park  
  • 16 Holy Mountains National Nature Park  
  • 17 Homilsha Woods National Nature Park  
  • 18 Hutsulshchyna National Park  
  • 19 Ichnia National Nature Park  
  • 20 Ivory Coast of Sviatoslav National Nature Park  
  • 21 Karmeliukove Podillia  
  • 22 Khotyn National Nature Park  
  • 23 Kremenets Mountains National Nature Park  
  • 24 Lower Dniester National Nature Park  
  • 25 Lower Polissia National Nature Park  
  • 26 Lower Sula National Nature Park  
  • 27 Meotyda National Nature Park  
  • 28 Mezynskyi National Nature Park  
  • 29 Northern Podillia National Nature Park  
  • 30 Podilski Tovtry National Nature Park  
  • 31 Oleshky Sands National Nature Park  
  • 32 Pryazovskyi National Nature Park  
  • 33 Prypiat-Stokhid National Nature Park  
  • 34 Pyriatyn National Nature Park  
  • 35 Shatsk National Natural Park  
  • 36 Skole Beskids National Nature Park  
  • 37 Sloboda National Nature Park  
 
Synevyr National Nature Park
  • 38 Synevyr National Nature Park  
  • 39 Synyohora National Nature Park   (Residence Synyohora)
  • 40 Tsumanska Puscha National Nature Park  
  • 41 Tuzly Lagoons National Nature Park  
  • 42 Upper Pobuzhia National Nature Park  (proposed)
  • 43 Uzhanskyi National Nature Park  
  • 44 Verkhovyna National Nature Park  
  • 45 Vyzhnytsia National Nature Park  
  • 46 Yavorivskyi National Park  
  • 47 Zacharovanyi Krai National Nature Park  
  • 48 Zalissia National Nature Park  

Notes:

  1. An * indicates it is on the Crimean Peninsula, which was annexed by Russia in 2014.

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