Khmelnytskyi is one of the major cities in the west of Ukraine. It has a rich six-hundred-year history that begins with a small settlement of Ploskirov. The city is located on the banks of the Southern Bug River, which is clearly visible from a satellite. However, the area is rich with other water bodies.
The Southern Bug divides the city’s territory into two parts. That’s why the city is notable for numerous bridges, which are marked on the maps and plans of Khmelnytskyi. The districts of the right and left banks are connected by six automobile and three railway bridges. The right bank that locates the city center is considered the most historically important part. All because it was there that the settlement of Ploskirov formed.
The population of Khmelnytskyi is more than 270 thousand people. The city is subdivided into six districts. Each of them has shopping centers, industrial enterprises, educational and medical institutions, and suburban bus stations.
The territory is built up without a strict plan; parks, all sorts of green zones, and rivers make quarters unequal in size and form.