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Maniava

Maniava or Manyava is located on the banks of the Maniavka River in the Bohorodchany district, Ivano-Frankivsk province of Western Ukraine. It is a village of about 3.500 people and is situated in the Ukrainian Carpathian mountains. The famous Or ...

Obertyn

Obertyn is an urban-type settlement in Tlumach Raion in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of western Ukraine. Population: 3.129.

Otynia

Otynia is an urban-type settlement near Tlumach and Ivano-Frankivsk in Kolomyia Raion, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of western Ukraine. Population: 5.517.

Patsykiv

The village was a property of Andrzej Zurakowski and until 1772 belonged to Poland. In 1772 it was, together with Galicia, annexed to Austria until 1918. In 1880 it was inhabited by 436 people. A well-known faience factory existed here from 1912 ...

Pechenizhyn

Pechenizhyn is an urban-type settlement in Kolomyia Raion, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of Ukraine, 11 kilometres west of Kolomyya. Its population is 5.313.

Pniv

Pniv is a village located in Nadvirna Raion in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in western Ukraine. From the mid-14th century until 1772 see Partitions of Poland the village was part of the Kingdom of Poland. In 1772, it was annexed by the Habsburg Empire, ...

Sadzhavka

Sadzhavka is a village located in Nadvirna Raion in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in western Ukraine. From the mid-14th century until 1772 see Partitions of Poland the village was part of the Kingdom of Poland. In 1772, it was annexed by the Habsburg Em ...

Sniatyn

For the eponymous town in Russia, see Ksnyatin Sniatyn is a city located in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, in western Ukraine along the Prut river. It is the administrative center of Sniatyn Raion, and is located at around 48°27′0″N 25°34′0″E. Populatio ...

Stankova, Kalush Raion

Stankova is a village in the north of Kalush Raion, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, on the border of Zhydachiv Raion, Lviv Oblast. The population of the village is 1.266 persons and Local government is administered by Stankovaska village council. To the ...

Staryi Uhryniv

Staryi Uhryniv is a village in Kalush Raion, of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in western Ukraine. Local government is administered by Serednouhrynivska village council. Staryi Uhryniv is the birthplace of the Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera.

Svarychiv

Svaryciv is a village in the Rozhniativ Raion in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast of western Ukraine. The population on the all-Ukrainian population census 2001 was 5039 people. Occupies an area of 28.189 km2. Postal index - 77605. Telephone code - 0-3474. ...

Tlumach

Tlumach is a small city located in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, in western Ukraine. It is the administrative center of Tlumach Raion. Population: 8.975. In 2001, population was around 8.800.

Uhornyky, Ivano-Frankivsk

Uhornyky is a village of the Ivano-Frankivsk municipality, in the Western Ukraine. The village is located just east of Ivano-Frankivsk, separated from the city by the river Bystrytsia of Nadvirna. South of it is located another village of the Iva ...

Verkhovyna Raion

Verkhovyna Raion is a raion of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast. The urban-type settlement of Verkhovyna is the administrative center of the raion. Part of Verkhovyna town is also a village of Vipche. The raion was reinstated in 1966 out of the Kosiv Raion ...

Vovchynets, Ivano-Frankivsk

Vovchynets is a village in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. It was founded in 1469. The village is located right next to the city of Ivano-Frankivsk bordering it at the northern side. The village is located at the confluence of three local rivers Bystry ...

Zabolotiv

Zabolotiv is an urban-type settlement in Sniatyn Raion of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in Western Ukraine. Population: 4.056. In 2001, the population was 4.129.

Askania-Nova (urban-type settlement)

Askania-Nova is an urban-type settlement in Chaplynka Raion, Kherson Oblast of southern Ukraine, near the Askania-Nova biosphere reserve. Population: 2.865

Chonhar Peninsula

The articles name is transliterated in accordance to the official and academical romanization of Ukrainian. The Chonhar Peninsula Çonğar is a peninsula in the northern part of Syvash. Due to lack of corresponding phoneme /ɣ/ in Russian language, ...

Dzharylhach

Dzharylhach is an island in Skadovsk Raion, Kherson Oblast near Crimea in Ukraine. Along with the Tendra island that lies to the west, in the past it was a spit that Greeks called "Achilles Run". To the west it stretches as a spit and as a shoal, ...

Henichesk Raion

Henichesk Raion is one of the 18 administrative raions of Kherson Oblast in southern Ukraine. Its administrative centre is located in the city of Henichesk. Population: 59.870 The raion has a 10% Crimean Tatar minority, with the Tatar population ...

Hola Prystan

Hola Prystan is a city in Kherson Oblast of Ukraine. It serves as the administrative center of Hola Prystan Raion. It is administratively incorporated as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion. Population: 14.658 The Konka ...

Berezan, Kiev Oblast

Berezan is a city in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Administratively, it is incorporated as a town of oblast significance. Population: 16.543.

Bohdanivka, Yahotyn Raion

Bohdanivka is a village in the Yahotyn Raion in the east of Kiev Oblast, Ukraine. Local government is administered by Bohdanivska village council. It comprises villages Bohdanivka and Koptevychivka.

Borodianka

Borodianka, sometimes as Borodyanka is an urban-type settlement in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. It is the administrative center of Borodianka Raion. Population: 13.135. In 2001, population was 12.535. The town is located on a river Zdvyzh which is a r ...

Bucha, Kiev Oblast

Bucha is a city in Ukraines Kiev Oblast. Administratively, it is incorporated as a city of oblast significance. Its population is approximately 31.959.

Dvirkivshchyna

Dvirkivshchyna is a small Ukrainian village located in Yahotyn Raion of Kiev Oblast, 130 km east of the Ukrainian capital. It lays close to the city of Yahotyn. It also is an administrative seat of local rural community which includes four villag ...

Hermanivka

Hermanivka is a small town in the Obukhiv Raion south of Kiev, in central Ukraine. The Chervona River flows through the town on its way to confluence with the Dnieper. Hermanivkas history extends back some 900 years. Hermanivka has a small museum ...

Hornostaipil

The village is located on the Teteriv River and the Kiev Reservoir. Part of the former Chernobyl Raion until 1988, it is one of the few villages of this former district outside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

Khotiv

Khotiv is a village of the Kyiv-Sviatoshynsky district of Kyiv region of Ukraine. It adjoins the boundary of Kiev in its southwestern outskirts. Population of the village is 4800 inhabitants and 1592 houses. Territory of the Khotiv rural council ...

Kniazhychi

Kniazhychi is a village in the Kiev Oblast of northern Ukraine. The village has a population of 5202. The total area of land within the administrative boundaries of Kniazhychi village council is 3669.3 hectares.

Kovalivka, Vasylkiv Raion

Kovalivka is a village of Vasylkiv Raion, Kiev Oblast, Ukraine. The village is administered by its own rural council. The population is approximately 1.500.

Myronivka

Myronivka is a city of district significance located in southeastern portion of Kiev Oblast, Ukraine. Its population was recorded at 11.964 in 2013. It is an administrative center of Myronivka Raion.

Myrotske

Myrotske is a village in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Subordinated to Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion. There is a pond cascade in Myrotske, this is a good place to go fishing. The closest railway station is in Nemishaieve - 3 km away. The closest settlements ar ...

Novi Petrivtsi

Novi Petrivtsi is a big village just to the north from Kiev. Next to the village is located famous territory of the former Mezhyhirya Monastery that in 2008-09 was in the epicenter of a big political scandal. To the south of the village is locate ...

Petropavlivska Borshchahivka

Petropavlivska Borshchahivka is a village in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Subordinated to Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion.

Rzhyshchiv

Rzhyshchiv is a city in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Administratively, it is incorporated as a town of oblast significance. Population: 7.532.

Shchaslyve, Boryspil Raion

Shchaslyve is a village of Boryspil Raion, Kiev Oblast that borders Kiev city. Along with a settlement Prolisky, it composes the Shchaslyve rural council which is the biggest council in the district. The village and the council are located along ...

Uzyn

Uzyn is a city in Bila Tserkva Raion of Kiev Oblast of northern Ukraine. The city and covers an area of 67 km 2. Population: 12.122. The largest industrial organisations within Uzyn are a sugar collective combine, from which Ukraine gets 7% of it ...

Vasylkiv Air Base

Vasylkiv is an interceptor aircraft base since the Cold War in Kyiv Oblast, Ukraine located 7 km north of Vasylkiv. It is a medium-sized fighter base with numerous revetments. Units stationed at Vasylkiv include the 146th Guards Fighter Aviation ...

Vasylkiv Raion

Vasylkiv Raion is a raion in Kiev Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Vasylkiv which is incorporated separately as a town of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion. Population: 57.894.

Vyshhorod Raion

Vyshhorod Raion is a raion in Kyiv Oblast of Ukraine. Its administrative center is the town of Vyshhorod. Population: 72.500.

Vyshneve

Vyshneve is a city 2 km south of Kiev in Ukraine. It belongs to Kiev-Sviatoshyn Raion of Kiev Oblast. Population: 37.457. In 1886, a railway station was built on this site; at the time, the nearest settlement was the village of Zhuliany Ukrainian ...

Zelenyi Bir

Zelenyi Bir was founded in 1950 as collective farm. It was a village for the workers of a chicken farm. There are two shops, a school, a daycare, a post-office and an ambulance station. Near Zelenyi Bir there are three ponds.

Bobrynets

Bobrynets is a city in Kirovohrad Oblast of Ukraine. It serves as the administrative center of Bobrynets Raion.

Haivoron

Haivoron is a town in Kirovohrad Oblast of Ukraine. It serves as the administrative center of Haivoron Raion. Haivoron is standing on the river Southern Bug.

Holovanivsk

Holovanivsk is an urban-type settlement, and is the administrative center of Holovanivsk Raion in the west of Kirovohrad Oblast.

Mala Vyska

Mala Vyska province known as Kudesheve, is a town in Kirovohrad Oblast of Ukraine, and the administrative center of Mala Vyska Raion and Malovyskivska hromada. Population: 11.141. In 2001, population was 13.132. The town is situated on the river ...

Mala Vyska Raion

Malovyskivskyi Raion is a raion of Kirovohrad Oblast in central Ukraine. The city of Mala Vyska is the administrative center of the raion. Its population is approximately 43.072. The raion is mostly agricultural with some industries located aroun ...

Nebelivka

Nebelivka is a village in Novoarkhanhelsk Raion, Kirovohrad Oblast, Ukraine. As of 2001, it had a population of 713. A major archaeological site of the Neolithic Trypillia culture is located in the village. Dating to around 4.000 BCE, It was one ...

Novomyrhorod

Novomyrhorod is a city in Kirovohrad Oblast of central Ukraine, in the southern part of the Middle Dnieper area. It is the administrative center of Novomyrhorod Raion. Its population is approximately 11.247. Novomyrhorod is situated on the banks ...