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Vydubychi (also Vydobychi, Vudobych, Vydobech) (Ukrainian: Видубичі) is a historical neighborhood in Ukrainian capital Kiev. Geographically constituting a hill and a valley on the Right (western) Bank of the Dnieper River, it is now a part of the Pechersk district of the city.

The lower part of Vydubychi has evolved in a giant intermodal transport hub comprising the Syretsko-Pecherska Line Syretsko-Pecherska Line[1]Vydubychi metro station, two railway stops, the Vydubychi bus terminal, two multi-level grade-separated interchanges: motorway interchange and railway interchange; the Vydubychi hub adjoins two major bridges: the Pivdennyi Bridge and New Darnytskyi Bridge.[1]

The Vydubychi Monastery with its beautiful hill park is located in the neighbourhood.