Thanks everyone, those pics were taken in mid-march, so they are a bit old. These are not my plants, mine are much smaller due to the fact they were damaged this winter and now regrowing.
Here's my biggest fig, Novokakhovsky (do you recognize it as some known variety?), in May. I don't live there permanently, so please don't mind the mess in the background.
The local figs ripen in late July-August (if it's breba) and main crop comes in early to mid-September. The first light frost usually hits around early to mid-November, the coldest nights in winter can dip down to 5 F - 0 F, but this winter was particularly hard, and the temps dropped to -11F, which damaged pretty much everything in my garden, like grapes and peaches, not only figs. Usual fig satellite plants here are pomegranates and persimmons, they have sustained damage this year too.
Robert, Kherson is rather close to Mykolaiv, being 30 miles away to the south-east.
Fred, that's some nice Russian!