Nikopol on the map

Nikopol is a city in the southeastern part of Ukraine, belongs to the Dnepropetrovsk region and is the administrative center of the Nikopol region. The city is located on the right bank of the Dnieper River, 99 km from Dnipropetrovsk. The area of ​​the city is 59 km2. The territory of Nikopol belongs to the […]


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Kryvyi Rih on the map

Kryvyi Rih is a Ukrainian city located in the southeast of the country. Its population is more than 560 thousand people, thanks to which Kryvyi Rih is one of the largest cities in the country. It is also considered the longest settlement in all of Europe, with a length of 67 km from north to […]


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Dneprodzerzhinsk on the map

Dneprodzerzhinsk is a Ukrainian city located in the Dnepropetrovsk region. The Dnieper River flows in the middle of the city. It splits Dneprodzerzhinsk into left and right banks. To get from one bank to the other, you need to cross a large road bridge. There is also a reservoir dam. On the right bank of […]


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See Pavlograd on the map

There are especially strategically important cities for the Ukrainian industry. One of these is Pavlograd. It is located in the heart of the coal basin in the Donbass. A large industrial zone is separated from residential areas and extends far from them in the northern direction – all enterprises and industries are concentrated there. Until […]


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Physical map of Ukraine

Most of the country’s territory is located in the southwestern part of the East European Plain. These are steppes and low plateaus, rising on average 175 meters above sea level. The physical map of Ukraine, detailed and accessible, names the following main hills: Volynskaya Donetsk ridge Ovruch ridge Podolskaya Priazovskaya Pridneprovskaya Tovtry And also lowlands: […]


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Chernihiv on the map

Chernihiv is one of the oldest cities in Ukraine with a long history, rich in various events. It is located in the north of the country and is one of the largest regional, transport and industrial centers. The Strizhen River passes through its territory; and from the south and southeast, the Desna River and a […]


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Odesa on a Map

On the southern borders of Ukraine spreads out the famous Odesa. Thanks to satellite images, one can see the peculiarities of the city and its borders in detail. The major part of Odesa is located on the Black Sea coast, spreading out on a flat terrain of the bay area. The presence of direct access […]


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Map of Ukraine before 1939

Nowadays, Ukraine is spoken of as the largest country in Europe surpassing Spain, France, Germany in area and second only to the Russian Federation. But what did the map of Ukraine look like before 1939, before joining the Soviet Union? It is considered to be 1654, the year of the formation of the first independent […]


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Cherkasy on a Map

Cherkasy is one of the largest cities of Ukraine, with a population of more than 280 thousand people. It is considered a center of the economy and industry. Satellite images show that the city is located on the right bank of the Dnieper River at the artificial Kremenchuk reservoir. The distance to Kyiv is just […]


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Lviv on a Map

Lviv is one of the seven largest cities of Ukraine. On a satellite map, one can see where Lviv is located, what districts it is divided into, as well as natural and administrative objects. A very beautiful city, Lviv, was founded in the 13th century. From the earliest stage, it began to rapidly develop under […]


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