Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine and the most prominent Ukrainian city, home to several million people. It is a crucial economic, business, educational, cultural, and decision-making centre. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe, as its history began as early as the V‒VI century. The city is located in the north of Ukraine, on both banks of the Dnipro River, and borders Polissia and the Naddniprianshchyna regions. It is a rapidly developing modern metropolis. Active people from all over the country come here, and many creative projects emerge here. Modern Kyiv culture is eclectic: it takes meanings from different regions and then transforms them in its unique way.