Journalist Iryna Romaliiska wrote a photo report from Sukholuchchia on her blog for Censor.NET.
The home is 80 km north of Kyiv. The road to Sukholuchchia is great, the journalist reports.
The hunting house is open for public, entrance ticket costs 50 hryvnia ($2). Tourists with tents are also welcome (200 hryvnia per tent plus entrance fee).
There are horses, deer, and pigs living in the residency.
Employees say the home was robbed after Yanukovych fled, and many costly pieces of interior design have been stolen.
Below are pictures of a shooting range used by guards, the journalist presumes.
The only open house on the territory of the residence is the church.
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