There is a famous cultural street in Kiev. Because the street is on the hillside and the top of the slope is the Andrei church of the 18th century, it is naturally called the Andre slope by the locals. The slope is located at the junction of the upper city and the lower city of the ancient city of Kiev. The handicraftsmen and small traders of the Kievan era lived in the lower city, thus becoming a trading place for handicraft products. Today, all kinds of stalls on both sides of the street are filled with a variety of Ukrainian national style crafts, as well as the Soviet Union's badges, old cameras, and even gas masks and other military goods. There are also many oil painting booths along the street, but most of them are just the level of ordinary decorative paintings, so the price is also very cheap. For foreign tourists, they are completely guilty of backing home thousands of miles away.