The city of Lvov in
the Ukraine is home to the world's largest crossword puzzle.
Clues to the crossword are scattered around the city's major landmarks and attractions including parks, fountains, and theatres.
Although the crossword – which is 19 squares across and 34 squares high – is far too big to be filled in by hand, the artists responsible have come up with an intriguing way of displaying the answers.
When night falls, fluorescent letters placed inside every square are turned on, revealing the complete solution in a light glow
From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by Frau.
When I submitted this - I was going to submit the original article that was in ykpa?'hcbka MO'Ba - but thought about how others probably would not be able to read it. So I searched for an English version of it.
And my post - I just have a simple English version keyboard. So I already know that some of my letters and diacritical marks for ykpa?'hcbka MO'Ba - are incorrect.
and another thing: Lvov is actually spelled Lviv by ukrainians. Lvov is the russian spelling.
Ukranians now like their country to be called "Ukraine" without the article, as the old form has some nasty Stalinist associations.