About odesa
Odesa is the third most populous city and municipality in Ukraine and a major seaport and transport hub located in the south-west of the country, on the northwestern shore of the Black Sea. The city is also the administrative centre of the Odesa Raion and Odesa Oblast, as well as a multiethnic cultural centre. As of January 2021 Odesa's population was approximately 1,010,537. On January 25, 2023, its historic city centre was declared a World Heritage Site and added to the List of World Heritage in Danger by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in recognition of its influence on cinema, literature, and the arts. The declaration was made in response to the bombing of Odesa during the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has damaged or destroyed buildings across the city.

Odesa

person walking on beach during daytime
person walking on beach during daytime
black suv on road near sea during daytime
black suv on road near sea during daytime
green grass field near body of water during daytime
green grass field near body of water during daytime
aerial photo of road during daytime
aerial photo of road during daytime
a body of water with clouds above it
a body of water with clouds above it
beige motor scooter parked near bare trees during daytime
beige motor scooter parked near bare trees during daytime
brown brick pathway near body of water during daytime
brown brick pathway near body of water during daytime
brown rock formation under blue sky and white clouds during daytime
brown rock formation under blue sky and white clouds during daytime
brown sand on gray sand
brown sand on gray sand
brown rock formation on sea shore during daytime
brown rock formation on sea shore during daytime