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Kyiv (Kiev), the capital of Ukraine, is one of the oldest cities ofEastern Europe, having been founded, according to legend, in 462AD. It is situated on the right and the left banks of the riverDnipro (Dnieper) and its current population is 2.5 million people. Historically, other cities have served… as Ukrainian capitals. Afterthe fall of Kyivan-Rus, L'viv served as capital of the remainingHalych-Volyn Principality from 1272-1340. Under Mazepa, during theHetmanate, Baturyn was the capital from 1669-1708, and from1750-1764. And, after Ukraine's incorporation into the USSR,Kharkiv served as capital of the Ukrainian SSR from 1919-1934. "Kyiv" is the official transliteration of the Ukrianan name of thecity. "Kiev" is the older version of the name, transliterated fromthe Russian name of the city. CapitAl. Since 1934 Kiev has been the capital of Ukraine. (MORE)
Ukraine is a country in eastern Europe between Russia on the east,Belarus on the North, Poland on the west, and Romania, Moldova, andthe Black Sea to the south. On that map it is in the right middle. It is the largest country in Europe not including Russia becausethe most of the Russia is located …in Asia. Ukraine is a former Soviet republic, now an independent country, SWof Russia and also bordering on (amongst others) Poland, Slovakia,Hungary and Romania. It was a part of the Soviet Union, but now it is an independentcountry. It is right next to Poland and Russia. But it is NOT A PART OFRUSSIA ANY MORE, it is independent since 1991. Also it is thebiggest country in Europe not counting Russia and not countingFrance with all its colonies in Africa, because as a country Francein smaller than Ukraine. Eastern Europe. between Russia and PolandEurope Ukraine is in Europe (MORE)
In 2001, the Census revealed that Ukraine had a population of 48,457,102. A 2010 estimate shows that the population is around 45,888,000.
Ukraine is the biggest country in Europe not including Russia because the bigger part of it is actually in Asia. Approximately the area of Ukraine is 600,000 square miles, the population is not so big though - nearly 46,000,000 and it's decreasing. Over 10 miles
Weapons, metal, grain. Ukraine produces nearly all types of transportation vehicles and spacecraft. Antonov airplanes and KraZ trucks are exported to many countries. The majority of Ukrainian exports are marketed to the European Union and CIS. Since independence, Ukraine has maintained its own space… agency, the National Space Agency of Ukraine (NSAU). Ukraine became an active participant in scientific space exploration and remote sensing missions. Between 1991 and 2007, Ukraine has launched six self made satellites and 101 launch vehicles, and continues to design spacecraft. So to this day, Ukraine is recognised as a world leader in producing missiles and missile related technology. In Soviet times, the economy of Ukraine was the second largest in the Soviet Union, being an important industrial and agricultural component of the country's planned economy. With the collapse of the Soviet system, the country moved from a planned economy to a market economy. Ukraine's economy contracted severely following the years after the Soviet collapse. (MORE)
There is disagreement about the meaning of the name "Ukraine." Some say it means "on the edge," as "kray" means edge, but that would actually be O-krayinah not U-krayinah. The word "krayinah" means country/nation, and the name could simply mean "the country.".
Kievan Rus' empire from 9th century - makes it over 1100 years old. Ukraine gained independence from USSR on August 24, 1991, so Ukraine is not even 20 years old.
In 1917: formed the Ukrainian National Republic. Ukraine, as an independent state, starts from August 24, 1991.
The major religion is Christianity: basicly Greek-Catholic, Rome-Catholic and the other branches of Catholicism. Some Eastern parts of Ukraine support Orthodox church.
winters - long and cold summers - short and hot plenty of rain Crimean coast - temperatures are between 17 to 35 degrees F (-8 to 2 degrees C) Inland temperatures are 64 to 81 degrees F (18 to 27 degrees C)
Ukraine is the initiator of Orthodoxy of Christianity. But whenRussia took over Orthodoxy of Ukraine and set their own leader asthe leader of all Orthodoxy, Ukraine changed over it's religiousleader to Catholic leader, and that's why they are Greek Catholics,Rome Catholics, etc. They are just Orthod…ox Christians, who supportCatholic leader. Some Eastern parts of Ukraine support Orthodoxy. (MORE)
The nationality of Ukraine is Ukrainian which dates back to the 9thcentury. This was during the reign of the Kiev kingdom.
In Europe next to the Black Sea With Russia on the east and Poland on the west
Airport names show in bold indicate the airport has scheduled service on commercial airlines. ( Wikipedia ).. CITY ICAO IATA AIRPORT USAGE RUNWAY(S) . Civil airports Berdyansk UKDB ERD Berdyansk Airport Public 09/27, 2500m, Concrete Bila Tserkva UKBC* Public Cherkasy UKKE… CKC Cherkasy Airport Public 15/33, 2500m, Asphalt Chernivtsi UKLN CWC Chernivtsi International Airport Public 15/33, 2200m, Asphalt Dnipropetrovsk UKDD DNK Dnipropetrovsk International Airport Public 9/27, 2850m, Concrete Donetsk UKCC DOK Donetsk International Airport Public 08/26, 2484m, Asphalt Dzhankoy UKFY Dzhankoy Airfield Public/Mil. 05/23, 2500m, Concrete Hostomel UKKM GML Gostomel Airport Public 15/33, 3500m, Concrete Ivano-Frankivsk UKLI IFO Ivano-Frankivsk International Airport Public/Mil. 10/28, 2507m, Concrete Izmail UKOI IZL Izmail International Airport Public Kerch UKFK KHC Kerch Airport Public 07/25, 1652m, Asphalt 07/25, 2000m, Grass Kharkiv UKHH HRK Kharkiv International Airport Public 08/26, 2220m, Asphalt/Concrete Kharkiv UK60 Kharkiv North (Sokolnyky) Public 03/21, 1804m, Concrete Kherson UKOH KHE Kherson Airport Public/Mil. 03/21, 2500m, Asphalt/Concrete Khmelnytskyi UKLH HMJ Khmelnytskyi Airport Public 16/34, 2200m, Concrete Kirovohrad UKKG KGO Kirovohrad Airport Public 12/30, 1538m, Asphalt 16/34, 1300m, Asphalt Kremenchuk UKHK* KHU Kremenchuk Airfield Public Kryvyi Rih UKDR KWG Kryvyi Rih International Airport Public 18/36, 2500m, Concrete Kyiv UKBB KBP Boryspil International Airport Public/Mil. 18L/36R, 4000m, Concrete 18R/36L 3500m, Concrete Kyiv UKKK IEV Kiev International Airport (Zhuliany) Public/Mil. 8/26, 1800m, Concrete Kyiv UKKT NNN Sviatoshyn Airfield Public 14/32, 1800m, Concrete Kyiv UKKJ* Chaika Airfield Public Luhansk UKCW VSG Luhansk International Airport Public 9/27, 2840m, Asphalt Lviv UKLL LWO Lviv International Airport Public/Mil. 13/31, 2510m, Asphalt Lymanske UKOM Lymanske Airport Public Mariupol UKCM MPW Mariupol International Airport Public 02/20, 2550m, Asphalt 02/20, 1400m, Grass 11/29, 1400m, Grass Odessa UKOO ODS Odessa International Airport Public/Mil. 07/25, 553m, Grass 16/34, 2799m, Concrete/Asphalt Poltava UKHP PLV Poltava Airport Public 09/27, 2500m, Concrete 09/27, 2500m, Grass Rivne UKLR RWN Rivne International Airport Public 12/30, 2626m, Concrete Sevastopol UKFB BQB Belbek Airport Public/Mil. 07/25 Sieverodonetsk UKCS SEV Sieverodonetsk Airport Public Simferopol UKFF SIP Simferopol International Airport Public 01L/19R, 3701m, Concrete Simferopol UKFW Zavodske Airfield Public Sumy UKHS UMY Sumy Airport Public 08/26, 2500m, Asphalt Ternopil UKLT TNL Ternopil Airport Public 10/28, 2000m, Concrete 12/30, 750m, Asphalt Uzhhorod UKLU UDJ Uzhhorod International Airport Public 10/28, 2038m, Asphalt Vinnytsia UKWW VIN Vinnytsia Airport Public/Mil. 13/31, 2500m, Concrete Zaporizhzhia UKDE OZH Zaporizhia International Airport Public/Mil. 02/20, 2502m, Asphalt Zhytomyr UKKO Ozerne Airport Public/Mil.. (MORE)
If you mean what happened it 1986 it was the Chernobyl nuclearplant that exploded during the night torwards 10 pm people Rescuecrews in hazmats rushed to put out the fires the large next toChernobyl PRIPAT with approximately 50,000 people where with thegas most died and some survived dying later on …because of the highradiation in there body's overall the radiation spread west towardspoland all the way barely reaching the UK If you mean what happened in 2014 and what is happening now (early2015), then the Ukrainian people rose up against their corruptgovernment and ousted the president, soon after Russian troopsinvaded Crimea, and a referendum was signed and now Russia hasclaimed the peninsula, then separatists/russiansoldiers/terrorists/rebels in the east decided that they wanted tobreak away from Ukraine and a war is being fought even though acease-fire has been declared several times (MORE)
It's pretty famous for a place called chernobyl, which is aan abandoned city/ town. It's famous for the nuclear disater. Google it to find out more.
Ukraine's main allies are the Eastern European nations who were also liberated from communism and Russia's control. Mainly Belarus and the big three (Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia) although they have good relations with Moldova, Albania, Slovakia and Romania. These are the allies likely to support… Ukraine in most actions, although by extension, all of Europe is an ally to Ukraine nowadays. They're doing okay. (MORE)
Ukraine is a country located in Eastern Europe. It is the second largest country on the European continent, after Russia.
The entire country goes by the capital (Kyiv) city's time. . Time zone is GMT +2 hours. .
They are the world's largest producer for sunflower oil. They are also a major global producer of grain and sugar.They also produce cast iron,steel and pipes.
In Eastern Europe. West of Russia. East of Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary. North of Romania, Moldovia, and the Black Sea. South of Belarus
Ahh... why do u need to know ? Anyways I'm Ukrainian so I know. There are traditions like Independence day and Christian holidays. I don't really know what you mean by Traditions. But they are the same as Americans or English. They dress the same and do same stuff. Except Ukrainians don't cele…brate Americans or English holidays. Like Halloween or other once like these. (MORE)
If using a 3 letter abbreviation, it would be UKR . . 2 letter abbreviation is UA . Â Also less popular UK , UA is the better abbreviation so there is less confusion. . Ukr & Uk is typically appropriate when used with translation, etc. . UA is used on Ukrainian license plates.… (MORE)
Not that safe...watch out for all your things and remember to lock doors and don't leave things in open sights...
Some people used to refer to it as such, and some still do, butthis is linguistically wrong. The name of the country is simplyUkraine. So it is grammatically right to write 'Ukraine' not 'the Ukraine.' Using "the" is a holdover from when Ukraine was under Russiandomination. Both the czars and the S…oviets denied the nationhood ofUkraine, and tried to force the people to assimilate. This was doneby banning the usage of the Ukrainian language and by trying to getpeople to believe that Ukraine was merely a region of RUssia, andthat the Ukrainians were merely "Little Russians." The correct usage (and that preferred by the current government) is simply "Ukraine." The other usage was preferred by the Russian and Soviet overlords in Ukraine's past; they denied the separate nationhood of Ukraine, and considered it merely a region of Russia. Thus the usage. (MORE)
It's popular for many things, like national cuisine, nationalresorts (Crimea, Azov Sea, mineral water resorts, CarpathianMountains and so on).
well, yes but not technically. you see, like any other country theyhave their own traditions for this holiday. yes, we have Christmas as all the other countries but we celebrateit in much different way and on the 7th of January because wemostly are Greek catholics and Roman catholics celebrate it o…n the25th of December. For more about traditions of celebrating go to "how peoplecelebrate Christmas in Ukraine" (MORE)
try this he highest altitude in Ukraine is mountain Goverla (2061 meters) in the Carpathians. The maximum altitude at the Crimean's is the Roman-kosh (1545 meters). I
From living in Ukraine for 10 years, no one will stop you living in Ukraine, if you are a citizen of different country you might have trouble coming back if you stay for too long though. Ukraine does not officially recognize dual-citizenship, but neither will Ukraine take away your citizenship… from another county if you ever chose to become a citizen of Ukraine. (MORE)
The prime minister of Ukraine is Mykola Yanovych Azarov, who assumed office on 11 March 2010 .
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Ukraine is a bit smaller than the Central African Republic , but a bit bigger than Madagascar .
Ukraine in a translation to an Ukrainian language is "in country". For someone who knows: Ð£ ÐÑÐ°!!Ð½Ð°. (ukraina) u- in, kraina- country. Make sense.
No. Lithuania and Ukraine are separate countries in Europe. They do not even share a border.
no. it's an independent country. it used to be in the USSR together with Russia and other countries
Ukraine is in Eastern Europe, in between Russia (to the east of Ukraine) and Poland (to the west of Ukraine). South of Belarus. North of Moldova and Romania. Ukraine is also north of the Black Sea. Bordering countries: Belarus, Russia, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland Turkey is e…ast of Greece and Bulgaria, south of the Black Sea. North of Iraq and Syria, and west of Iran. It's in between Europe and the Middle East. Bordering countries: Georgia, Armenia, Iran, Iraq, Syria (MORE)
Citizenship in Ukraine is recognized as Ukraine nationality internationally speaking. Ethnically speaking, the Ukrainians are an Eastern Slavic ethnic group that are maybe 70% of the population there. The rest are ethnically Russian or Tatar or Polish but they hold Ukraine citizenship.
No, In the south Ukraine is washed by the Azov Sea and the Black Sea.
I did a port on Ukraine and all I am aware of is The Carpathian Mountains.
Ukraine is mostly fertile grass, but there is one small desert. Itis the eastern Ukrainian desert. It is in the Kharkivs'ka oblast. Oleshky Sands is the largest expanse of sand in Ukraine. It issometimes called a desert but receives too much precipitation to beclassified as a true desert.
You can walk, run or swim, better ask them first though. Just a word of warning watch your back as you will probably get shot. It has been nice answering your question and I hope you have enjoyed your life.
1. Guy walks down street 2. Guy sees building sight 3. Guy looks at a crane 4. Guy points at crane and says 'u crane' 5. Ukraine is born.
The Russian Federation , Republic of Belarus, Republic of Poland, Slovak Republic, Republic of Hungary, Romania, Republic of Moldova, and don't forget the mostly unrecognized Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic.
A litre (or liter) is 1000 ml anywhere in the world. The Ukrainian word is Ð»ÑÑÐµÑ, pronounced "lyi-ter."
Oleshky Sands is the largest expanse of sand in Ukraine. It issometimes called a desert but receives too much precipitation to beclassified as a true desert.
The Ukraine does not have a dictator, but a president. The current president of the Ukraine is Viktor Yanukovych.
No. Hurricanes can only form over warm ocean water. The Black Sea, the only major body of water near Ukraine, is too small and too cold to support the formation of a hurricane.
No . Japan is a separate country (island) just east off the Asian mainland; Ukraine is a country in eastern Europe.
im ukrainian its all seasonal there people are very homey they will take you in also we will make you eat and atea very sweet even if you met someone 5 min ago you will feel like you known them for along time time great convertationalists im going to stop talking now like i said great convertational…ists (MORE)
In a formal sense, the Ukraine has no enemies. But the eastern partof the country has a lot of inhabitants of Russian descent and mostof its all-powerful industrialists there have close connexions toRussia. Russia uses that situation to support pro-Russianseparatist movements that today control a la…rge part of Ukraine'sborder area. But it's not so much that Russia is an 'enemy' of theUkraine: Russia simply wants it to be and remain just that muchdestabilized and out of the sphere of influence of the Westernpowers. (MORE)