Ukraine

Ukraine is the largest contiguous country on the European continent with an area of 603,628 km km2. It borders the Russian Federation to the northeast and east, Belarus to the northwest, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, Black Sea to the south and Sea of Azov to the southeast.

Asked in Soccer History, Ukraine, FIFA World Cup

How many times did Ukraine win the world cup?

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Ukraine has not won the World Cup as of 2010. No
Asked in Ukraine

What are the neighbouring countries near Ukraine?

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Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romaniaand Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south and southeast, respectively.
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What is the capital of Ukraine?

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Kyiv (Kiev), the capital of Ukraine, is one of the oldest cities of Eastern Europe, having been founded, according to legend, in 462 AD. It is situated on the right and the left banks of the river Dnipro (Dnieper) and its current population is 2.5 million people. Historically, other cities have served as Ukrainian capitals. After the fall of Kyivan-Rus, L'viv served as capital of the remaining Halych-Volyn Principality from 1272-1340. Under Mazepa, during the Hetmanate, Baturyn was the capital from 1669-1708, and from 1750-1764. 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 the city. "Kiev" is the older version of the name, transliterated from the Russian name of the city. CapitAl. Since 1934 Kiev has been the capital of Ukraine.
Asked in Ukraine

Where is mockup builder location?

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What I know, they are from Lviv (Ukraine), I had been on their presentation it make's good impresion.
Asked in Translations, Ukraine

What is 'Thank you' in Ukrainian?

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Дякую Pronounced 'Dyakuyu' or basically 'Dyakooyoo'
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Is it true that Ukraine is a very poor country?

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Ukraine is not a "well-developed" country, however it is not a "developing" country either. Its a developed country. It is poor in contrast with much of the rest of the Europe, especially Western Europe, but in comparison with most countries of South America, Asia and Africa, Ukraine is doing very well.
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What are Ukraine's surrounding country's?

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Starting at North and going clockwise: Russia, [coast of the Black Sea], Romania, Hungary, Slovak Republic, Poland and Belarus.
Asked in Christmas, Ukraine, Santa Claus

What is Santa Claus called in Ukraine?

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In Ukraine Santa Claus is called Ded Moroz.
Asked in Ukraine, Hotels and Lodging

What are good hotels in Artemovsk Donetsk Ukraine?

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there is one older soviet style hotel right near the main square. various offices in the hotel also. i just stayed there for one night and paid aprox $40.
Asked in Ukraine, Industries and Professions

Where is Ukraine's heavy industry located?

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The Donets Basin and the Dnieper River.
Asked in Ukraine, Russia, Symbolism and Symbolic Meanings, Flags

What do the colors of the Russian flag symbolize?

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According to Wikipedia: While there are several theories as to the origin and reason for the choice of white, blue and red for the colours, none is currently accepted as universally correct. There is no official meaning assigned to the colours in Russian laws. The three colours purportedly came from the coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Moscow, which depict Saint George wearing white (silver) armor, riding a white horse, wearing a blue cape and holding a blue shield, on a red field. According to another version, these three colours were associated with the robes of the Virgin Mary, the holy protectress of Russia. Yet another interpretation of the three colours is that the order that they are placed in reflected the Russian social system under the monarchy: white represents God, blue the Tsar and red the peasants. Another very common interpretation is the association of colours with the main parts of the Russian Empire: white thus represents Belarus ("White Russia"), blue Ukraine (or Malorossia, "Little Russia"), and red "Great Russia".
Asked in Ukraine, History of India

Why is chernozem important to Ukraine?

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Chernozem is so important to ukaraine because this type of soil is what makes ukaraine farmland so productive.
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Is Ukraine in the eastern hemisphere?

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Yes, Ukraine is located in the eastern hemisphere.
Asked in Ukraine, Humor & Amusement, Museums

What type of museums are there in Kiev Ukraine?

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i think i know how to help you........................... try going to kiev Ukraine
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Ukraine

What languages are spoken in Ukraine?

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The 1 official language in Ukraine is Ukrainian, which is also the national language. There are also 12 government recognized languages: Belarusian Bulgarian Crimean Tatar Gagauz Greek Hebrew Hungarian Polish Romanian Russian Slovak Yiddish The indigenous minority languages are: Crimean Tatar Krymchak Karaim Urum The main foreign languages are: Russian English German French Spanish Chinese Italian Arabic Ukrainian Sign Language (Українська жестова мова) is the sign language of the deaf community of Ukraine.
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Did Ukraine use to belong to Russia?

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technically no, however it was part of the U.S.S.R so one could say that it did once belong to Russia
Asked in Salary and Pay Rates, Ukraine

What is the average annual income for the citizens in Ukraine?

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The average annual income for a citizen in the Ukraine is $6,400 dollars. ($1,000 dollars less than last year.)
Asked in Ukraine, Medical Schools

What is list of medical colleges in Ukraine approved by pmdc?

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kindly tell me about crimea state medical university. is it recognized by PMDC?
Asked in Ukraine, Lakes and Rivers, Oceans and Seas

What river flows south across Ukraine into the Black Sea?

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Danube river. Dnestr, Bug, Dnepr The Dniestr and Dniepr. nistru Dniester River The river is Nistru (Dniester in Russian language). The Dnipro river (Dneper, Dnjeper, Dneiper) Danube river.