l_athleteResult.asp?a_id 315 Later that year, Zhabotynsky entered the Kharkiv Pedagogical Institute and studied there until 1964. At the ''1961 USSR Championship'' in Dnipropetrovsk Zhabotynsky earned silver with the result of 500 kg. http: www.chidlovski.net liftup l_athleteResult.asp?a_id 315 Two years later he set his first world record, starting an outstanding series of international achievements. Zhabotynsky was the USSR Olympic Team Flag Bearers flag
: www.kmu.gov.ua control en publish article?art_id 160667097&cat_id 156277122 Yulia Tymoshenko: In Ukraine there will be "mova" (Ukrainian language), not "yazyk" (Russian language)! , Web portal of the Ukrainian Government (25 September 2008) Yulia Tymoshenko (born Grigyan; was born 27 November 1960, in Dnipropetrovsk
publisher Arhivtime.ru accessdate 28 November 2014 In some Anglophone (English language) media the city was also known as the Rocket City. <
turned into a pile of stones" work ТСН.ua accessdate 28 November 2014 In June 2014 another Lenin monument was removed and replaced by a monument to the Ukrainian military fighting the War in Donbass
name "polonialife" In 1981 during the time of martial law in Poland he emigrated to Canada. He lived in Toronto until his death in November 2008. * The Chornohora Songs and Dance Ensemble was founded by Yaroslav Chuperchuk in 1946, and renamed Halychyna in 1956. * The Dnipro Dance Ensemble was founded in Dnipropetrovsk prior to WWII, and flourished under Kim Vasylenko from 1947. Vasylenko has written numerous times on the topic of Ukrainian folk-stage dance
, including the classic ''Lexicon of Ukrainian Folk-Stage Dance.'' * The Yatran Dance Ensemble was founded in Kirovohrad in 1949, and gained great renown beginning in 1957 under director Anatoliy Krivokhyzha Pavlo Virsky was born on February 25, 1905 in Odessa, at the time part of the Russian Empire (in present-day Ukraine). After graduating from the Odessa Music and Drama School in 1927, he continued his studies in Moscow, at the Theater Technicum, from 1927-28. Beginning
Khmelnytskyi), Vinnytsia, Dnipropetrovsk, Kryvyi Rih, Stalino and Rostov. It executed 5,577 people. Development of the R-36 was begun by OKB-586 (Yuzhnoye Design Bureau) (Yuzhnoye) in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine in 1962, and built upon the work of the R-16 program. The Chief Designer was Mikhail Yangel. Initial development was of light, heavy, and orbital versions, with flight testing from 1962 through 1966, at which time initial operational capability was achieved
, 1995 author Levi Brackman, Rivkah Lubitch accessdate September 21, 2011 Shortly before the break-up of the Soviet Union, he
of the city's metro line has seen renewed construction efforts and the metro has been transferred to municipal ownership in the hope that this will help it secure a loan from the European Bank for Development and Reconstruction. Commons:Category:Dnipropetrovsk
At this point Dnipropetrovsk became one of the most important manufacturing cities in the Soviet Union, producing many goods from small articles like screws and vacuum cleaners to aircraft engine pieces and ballistic missiles. As a result of all this industrialisation the city's inner suburbs became increasingly polluted and were gradually given over to large, unsightly industrial enterprises. At the same time the extensive development of the city's left bank and western suburbs as new residential areas began. The low-rise tenant houses of the Khrushchev era (Khrushchyovkas) gave way to the construction of high-rise prefabricated apartment blocks (similar to German Plattenbaus). In 1976 in line with the city's 1926 renaming a large monumental statue of Grigoriy Petrovsky was placed on the square in front of the city's station. В 1976 г. архитектурно-художественная композиция привокзальной площади была завершена постановкой памятника Г. И. Петровскому To this day the city is characterised by its mix of architectural styles, with much of the city's centre consisting of pre-revolutionary buildings in a variety of styles, stalinist buildings and constructivist architecture, whilst residential districts are, more often than not, made up of aesthetically simple, technically outdated mid-rise and high-rise housing stock from the Soviet era. Despite this, the city does have a large number of 'private sectors' were the tradition of building and maintaining individual detached housing has continued to this day. Commons:Category:Dnipropetrovsk
'''Dnipropetrovsk''' ( .
Within the Dnipropetrovsk Metropolitan area the population is about 1,004,000 United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, World Urbanization Prospects (2009 revision), (United Nations, 2010), Table A.12. Data for 2007. to 1,360,000 Thomas Brinkoff, Principal Agglomerations of the World, accessed on 12 March 2009. Data for 2011-04-01. people.
A vital industrial centre of Ukraine, Dnipropetrovsk was one of the key centres of the nuclear (Nuclear power), arms (Arms industry), and space (Soviet space program) industries of the Soviet Union. In particular, it is home to the Yuzhmash, a major space and ballistic missile design bureau and manufacturer. Because of its military industry, Dnipropetrovsk was a closed city A closed city does not allow foreigners inside without official permission. until the 1990s.
Dnipropetrovsk is a powerhouse of Ukraine's business and politics as the native city for many of the country's most important figures. Ukraine's politics is still defined by the legacy of Leonid Kuchma, Pavlo Lazarenko and Yuliya Tymoshenko whose intermingled careers started in Dnipropetrovsk.