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Ukraine
   has the capital   
Kiev
Archeological excavations show evidence of the first settlement on the territory of Kiev 15,000 to 20,000 years ago. Kiev`s development accelerated durign the reign of Prince Volodymir the Great (980-1015). the autumn of 1240, the Tatar-Mongols headed by Batiy Khan, captured Kiev after series of long and bloody battles. In the 15 th century Kiev was granted the "Magdenburg Rights", which permitted greater independence of the city in matters of international commerce. On August, 24, 1991 the Supreme Soviet of Ukraine proclaims the Declaration of Independence.
Kiev
   stands on the   
Dnieper
Ukraine
Kiev
   is at   
50°27'N 30°30'E
Ukraine
Kiev (Kyiv)
   Dam is located in   
Ukraine
42,841 cu. m. Part of Kyiv Hydroelectric Station and located in the town of Vyshhorod
Kiev
   was formerly the capital of   
Ukraine
Ukrainian People's Republic lost its sovereignty, 1917 - 1920
Kiev, Ukraine
   is at   
50°30'N 30°28'E
Yazyk Do Kiyeva Dovedyot
   means   
Your Tongue Can Get You to Kiev.
Moral: You can achieve almost anything by asking for help from others
Kievskaja
   is located in   
Uzbekistan
990 Meters in Depth
V Ogorode Buzina, a V Kiyeve Dyad'ka.
   means   
Elder-berry is in the Kitchen-garden, Therefore Your Uncle is in Kiev.
Moral: You're jumping to conclusions; Your story doesn't add up; So what does it matter?
Countess Markievicz
   stands/stood in   
Tara Street
Golda Meir
   was born in   
Kiev, Ukraine
1898-1978. Served as Prime Minister of Israel from 1969 to 1974
Vaslav Nijinsky
   was born in   
Kiev, Ukraine
1889?-1950. Was the most famous male dancer of his time
Ukraine
   is the site of   
Kiev: Saint-Sophia Cathedral and Related Monastic Buildings, Kiev-Pechersk Lavra
Kiev, Ukraine
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