Hopkins and its sister city, Borispil, are forging bonds step by step.
The partnership began when Mayor Gene Maxwell visited the Ukrainian city last year. It continued when a Ukrainian delegation visited Hopkins in September. And it will take yet another step forward when a group of Boryspil teens .
But few are lucky enough to go on one of these visits. That’s why Patch wants to help people from these two cities get to know one another better. We’re inviting readers from both Boryspil and Hopkins to share photos of their favorite local landmarks, hangouts and vistas with sister city residents across the globe.
Do you have a favorite park? Is there a can’t-miss entrée in your favorite restaurant? Do you have a local hangout where you relax with your friends? Take a photo and share it on Patch.
To share a photo, just click “Upload Photos and Videos” above this article. Add a few photos or several, and then let people know what makes the location special. And of course, feel free to leave a note in the comments section to elaborate on what makes your community so special.
In no time, we should have a gallery that helps build friendships across the distances.
I look forward to seeing what you have to share.
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