Donetsk

What is Donetsk known for?


international game

Filmmaster Group. The opening ceremony was awarded as Event of the Year at the Stadium Business Awards on June 18, 2010 in Dublin. Shakhtar Donetsk's first match at the stadium was a 4–0 victory in a Ukrainian Premier League 2009–10 Round 8 fixture on 27 September 2009 against FC Obolon Kyiv. The first international game took place on November 18, 2009 against Greece, which Ukraine lost 0-1 failing to qualify for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. *


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national medical

East Germany '') have completed their higher education at either one of the two main universities in Donetsk. Donetsk is also the home of the Donetsk National Medical University, which was founded in 1930 and became one of the largest medical universities in the Soviet Union. There are also several scientific research institutes and an Islamic University within Donetsk. Donetsk is also the home of the Prokofiev Donetsk State Music Academy, a music conservatory founded in 1960


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" by the city council of Donetsk for "earning the UEFA Cup, development and popularization of the Ukrainian football, improvement of the Donetsk, Donetsk region (Donetsk Oblast) and Ukraine authority in the world".publication&action item&id 79218 Mircea Lucescu becomes an "Honorary citizen of Donetsk", Ukrainian Soccer Portal (29 May 2009) - Donetsk align


field sports

the different track and field sports, Donetsk especially has a big name in pole vaulting. Sergey Bubka, regarded by many as the greatest pole vaulter in history, grew up in the city, and also started in 1992 an annual pole vaulting event in Donetsk, called Pole Vault Stars. Bubka himself set the world indoor record (Men's pole vault indoor world record progression) at the event three times (1990, 1991, 1993). His indoor world pole vault record of 6.15m, set in the Donetsk


title winning

Olympic Stadium on 21 February 1993, was not broken until 2014. The Russian female pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva set a new world record at the event every year between 2004–2009. The 2015 IIHF World Championship Division I ice hockey tournament had been scheduled for 18 to 24 April 2015 in Donetsk but was later moved to Kraków, Poland due to the ongoing war. Professional sports teams The following is a list of existing professional sports teams, and notable (title-winning) defunct


title service

is to be completed in 2014. Building of fourth stage of Donetsk ring road to end in 2014, Interfax-Ukraine (11 January 2014) Air travel In addition to public and rail transport, Donetsk has an international airport (Donetsk Airport).


radical political

Terminal Vitebsky Station in Russia, Baku - the capital of Azerbaijan, and the Bulgarian seaside resort of Varna. Plot As the Soviet Union begins to undergo radical political change, a group of renegade Soviet military officers steal a nuclear missile and launch it towards the Soviet Union from Turkey. The Soviet city of Donetsk is destroyed by the stolen missile. When the missile hits, Soviet defense systems see that the weapon was launched from Turkey, and conclude that a NATO attack is in progress. The Soviets retaliate by launching ICBMs and SLBMs at the United States from both nuclear submarines and from land-based silos. Stadiums The most important matches of the Ukrainian national team are held in Kiev's Olimpiysky National Sports Complex, the previous home of Dynamo Kyiv (which presently only uses the stadium for major European matches). The alternative stadiums include: Ukraina (Ukraina Stadium) (Lviv), Dnipro Stadium (Dnipropetrovsk), Chornomorets (Chornomorets Stadium) (Odessa), Metalist (Metalist Stadium) (Kharkiv), and now most recently Donbass Arena, along with many others. However as new infrastructure and stadiums are built (especially in preparation for Euro 2012), other venues will include stadiums in the cities of Lviv, Donetsk, Odessa, among others. Biography Moskalenko was born in the village of Grishino, near Donetsk in Ukraine, in the family of peasants. He attended a number of military academies and joined the Red Army in 1920 and fought on various fronts during the Russian Civil War. During the Soviet-Finnish War, he was the commander of artillery for the 51st Rifle Division. WikiPedia:Donetsk Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Donetsk Oblast Donetsk commons:Донецк


stage play

a scoreless draw at home in the first match, the second leg in Donetsk saw Greece triumph with a 1–0 win, sending the Greeks to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. At the 2010 World Cup draw in Cape Town, South Africa on 4 December 2009, Greece found itself grouped with two familiar opponents from its first World Cup appearance in 1994. Argentina (Argentina national football team) and Nigeria (Nigeria national football team) were yet again drawn into group stage play alongside Greece, this time


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175px right Donetsk Shevchenko Cinema on Artema Street The main part of Donetsk, this large avenue is the place to start for any tourist trip around the city. You'll see an interesting mix of new and old architecture together with small parks, stylish hotels, shopping centres and fine restaurants. The historical sites are the most amazing here and include Lenin Square, the Opera & Ballet Theatre, Monument to Coalminers and Donetsk Drama Theatre. File:Panoramio - V&A Dudush

Памятник Соловьяненко Анатолию Борисовичу url email address Vul. Artema (Вул. Артема), 82 lat 48.006 long 37.8031 directions Near to the Opera & Balet Theatre phone hours price content Solov'yanenko is an opera tenor, folk artist of the USSR. A monument is a sculpture of Alexandra Solovyanenko in complete growth *

an area, the second facade goes out on boulevard of Pushkin. Visual hall has got 942 places. During the reconstruction of theater in 2000th it was decided to set the sculpture of muse of tragedy Melpomena from ancient Greek mythology. It is represented with a palm branch in hands. *

Donetsk

'''Donetsk''' ( ; former names: '''Oleksandrivka''', '''Yuzivka''', '''Stalinе''', see also: cities' alternative names (Names of European cities in different languages: C-D#D)) is an industrial city in Ukraine on the Kalmius River. Administratively, it is a centre of Donetsk Oblast, while historically, it is the unofficial capital and largest city of the larger economic and cultural Donets Basin (''Donbas'') region. The city of Donetsk is adjacent to another major city of Makiivka and along with other surrounding cities forms a major urban sprawl and conurbation in the region. Donetsk is a major economic, industrial and scientific centre of Ukraine with a high concentration of companies and a skilled workforce.

The city was first mentioned in 1779 as Oleksandrivka, by the Ukrainian cossacks after ruining of the Zaporizka Sich by the Russian Emperatrice Katherine II in 1775. In 1869 Welsh (Wales) businessman, John Hughes (John Hughes (businessman)) constructed a steel plant and several coal mines (coal mining) in the region; the town was thus named '''Yuzivka''' (Юзівка) in recognition of his role in its founding ("Yuz" being a Russian or Ukrainian approximation of Hughes). During Soviet (Soviet Union) times, the city's steel industry was expanded. In 1924 it was renamed ''Stalinе'' (Сталіне), and in 1932 the city became the centre of the Donetsk region. Renamed Donetsk in 1961, the city today remains the centre for Ukraine's coal mining and notable steel industry centre.

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