The majority of Ukrainians are Orthodox Christians (various churches of Ukrainian and Russian Orthodoxy). A small minority, especially near the Polish border, are Roman Catholics. Small numbers of protestant Christians and Muslims also exist. Many Ukrainians are not religious because of the effects of years of Soviet Communism in the country.
the wiki about Ukraine contains the answer.
Chernobyl is located in Ukraine. Ukraine is nearly 100% Christian.
The currency of Ukraine is the Hryvna.
The majority religion in the Ukraine is Eastern Orthodoxy. Eastern Orthodoxy is an old, very traditional form of Christianity which is mainly practiced in Russia, Greece, and Cyprus.
He was a Jewish immigrant born in Ukraine
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Christianity > Catholic, some parts support Orthodox
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Christianity is most popular religion. It is like that all around the world except crazy Muslim places.
It is a religion.
The major religion is Christianity: basicly Greek-Catholic, Rome-Catholic and the other branches of Catholicism. Some Eastern parts of Ukraine support Orthodox church.
what type of religion the Greeks believe in?
they eat potatoes meat
In Ukrainian it's Емелі, but some people speak Russian. So, please type "in Ukrainian", not "in Ukraine")
Vasyl Markus has written: 'Religion and nationalism in Soviet Ukraine after 1945'
their religion was Phoenician