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Ukraine Cities by Population


300 cities shown of 1042 total Ukraine cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Kiev 2,514,227
2. Kharkiv 1,430,885
3. Dnipropetrovsk 1,032,822
4. Donets'k 1,024,700
5. Odesa 1,001,558
6. Zaporizhzhya 796,217
7. L'viv 717,803
8. Kryvyy Rih 652,380
9. Mykolayiv 510,840
10. Mariupol' 481,626
11. Luhans'k 452,000
12. Khmel'nyts'kyy 398,346
13. Sevastopol' 379,200
14. Makiyivka 376,610
15. Simferopol' 358,108
16. Vinnytsya 352,115
17. Kherson 320,477
18. Poltava 317,847
19. Chernihiv 307,684
20. Cherkasy 297,568
21. Sumy 294,456
22. Zhytomyr 282,192
23. Horlivka 278,550
24. Rivne 255,106
25. Kirovohrad 249,454
26. Dniprodzerzhyns'k 248,575
27. Chernivtsi 236,250
28. Ternopil' 235,676
29. Kremenchuk 227,494
30. Luts'k 213,661
31. Ivano-Frankivs'k 204,200
32. Bila Tserkva 199,163
33. Kramators'k 173,700
34. Melitopol' 158,000
35. Kerch 152,195
36. Nikopol' 130,500
37. Syeverodonets'k 130,000
38. Sloviansk 124,800
39. Berdyans'k 118,284
40. Uzhhorod 117,878
41. Alchevs'k 116,000
42. Pavlohrad 115,932
43. Lisichansk 111,600
44. Yevpatoriya 105,223
45. Yenakiyeve 104,101
46. Oleksandriya 103,000
47. Kamieniec Podolski 100,000
48. Konotop 91,798
49. Kostyantynivka 91,259
50. Krasnyy Luch 90,005
51. Brovary 88,506
52. Uman' 87,658
53. Berdychiv 86,250
54. Shostka 85,432
55. Stakhanov 84,425
56. Chervonograd 83,000
57. Izmayil 82,485
58. Mukacheve 81,633
59. Artemivs'k 80,500
60. Yalta 79,509
61. Drogobych 79,406
62. Nizhyn 75,499
63. Novomoskovs'k 73,100
64. Nyzhn'ohirs'kyy 72,534
65. Feodosiya 72,052
66. Shakhtersk 71,700
67. Pervomays'k 70,746
68. Krasnoarmiys'k 68,263
69. Torez 68,037
70. Sverdlovs'k 68,000
71. Kalush 67,698
72. Smila 67,530
73. Kovel' 66,400
74. Korosten' 65,000
75. Khartsyzsk 64,000
76. Rubizhne 62,993
77. Pryluky 62,823
78. Druzhkovka 62,315
79. Lozova 62,311
80. Kolomyya 61,781
81. Antratsit 61,600
82. Stryy 61,404
83. Novovolyns'k 57,800
84. Novohrad-Volyns'kyy 55,925
85. Energodar 55,800
86. Snizhne 55,587
87. Boryspil' 55,000
88. Illichivs'k 54,102
89. Izyum 53,778
90. Roven'ki 53,600
91. Lubny 52,600
92. Bryanka 51,921
93. Komsomolsk 51,740
94. Zhovti Vody 51,559
95. Fastiv 51,143
96. Nova Kakhovka 50,672
97. Marhanets' 50,443
98. Bilhorod-Dnistrovs'kyy 50,201
99. Okhtyrka 49,818
100. Krasnodon 49,352
101. Romny 48,570
102. Svitlovods'k 47,946
103. Shepetivka 46,419
104. Bucha 42,279
105. Voznesensk 42,248
106. Dzerzhyns'k 41,758
107. Dzhankoy 41,731
108. Pervomaysk 41,480
109. Myrhorod 41,377
110. Irpin' 40,789
111. Kotovs'k 40,664
112. Kuznetsovs'k 40,000
113. Kirovsk 40,000
114. Vasyl'kiv 39,700
115. Yuzhnoukrains'k 39,430
116. Volodymyr-Volyns'kyy 38,256
117. Dubno 37,690
118. Yasinovataya 37,600
119. Kakhovka 36,816
120. Boryslav 36,704
121. Pereyaslav-Khmel'nyts'kyy 36,527
122. Chuhuyiv 36,519
123. Dobropol'ye 35,977
124. Zhmerynka 35,960
125. Avdeyevka 35,826
126. Hlukhiv 35,387
127. Sambir 35,197
128. Tokmak 34,926
129. Boyarka 34,631
130. Dolyns'ka 34,267
131. Starokostyantyniv 33,897
132. Vyshneve 33,183
133. Slavuta 33,080
134. Netishyn 33,063
135. Mohyliv-Podil's'kyy 32,500
136. Synel'nykove 31,900
137. Obukhiv 31,557
138. Balakliya 31,156
139. Krasnoperekops'k 30,700
140. Alushta 30,271
141. Debal'tsevo 30,200
142. Miskhor 30,000
143. Pereval'sk 29,220
144. Tsyurupyns'k 28,800
145. Saky 28,322
146. Znomenka 28,318
147. Krasnyy Liman 28,200
148. Khmil'nyk 28,136
149. Khust 27,999
150. Chortkiv 27,977
151. Zolotonosha 27,722
152. Lebedyn 27,695
153. Vynohradiv 27,600
154. Sarny 27,097
155. Malyn 27,068
156. Truskavets 26,600
157. Bakhchysaray 26,525
158. Armyans'k 26,000
159. Berehove 25,741
160. Kaniv 25,666
161. Molodogvardeysk 25,654
162. Kozyatyn 25,645
163. Popasnaya 25,442
164. Korostyshiv 25,099
165. Yuzhne 25,000
166. Slavutich 25,000
167. Haysyn 24,687
168. Krolevets 24,115
169. Dokuchayevsk 23,900
170. Volnovakha 23,731
171. Zdolbuniv 23,697
172. Merefa 23,679
173. Kreminna 23,538
174. Bakhmach 23,379
175. Brody 23,239
176. Yahotyn 22,779
177. Hadyach 22,667
178. Zolochiv 22,608
179. Lyubotyn 22,545
180. Polonne 22,348
181. Vyshhorod 22,080
182. Starobil's'k 22,000
183. Kiliya 21,754
184. Heniches'k 21,663
185. Sokal' 21,451
186. Krasnohrad 21,426
187. Ladyzhyn 21,393
188. Polohy 21,380
189. Amvrosiyivka 21,307
190. Kremenets' 21,000
191. Kurakhovo 20,700
192. Dolyna 20,696
193. Piatykhatky 20,459
194. Dniprorudne 20,271
195. Nadvirna 20,154
196. Stebnik 20,087
197. Putyvl' 20,000
198. Balaklava 20,000
199. Krasyliv 19,815
200. Kivsharivka 19,738
201. Reni 19,719
202. Vovchans'k 19,486
203. Vatutine 19,407
204. Skadovs'k 19,404
205. Derhachy 19,322
206. Kalynivka 19,315
207. Balta 19,220
208. Zvenyhorodka 19,161
209. Zuhres 19,121
210. Korsun'-Shevchenkivs'kyy 19,000
211. Lutugino 18,830
212. Svatove 18,770
213. Shpola 18,689
214. Novoukrayinka 18,633
215. Bilohirs'k 18,091
216. Bilopillya 17,824
217. Bohodukhiv 17,818
218. Izyaslav 17,758
219. Ilovays'k 17,621
220. Rozdil'na 17,615
221. Skvyra 17,452
222. Orikhiv 17,287
223. Karlivka 17,226
224. Pidhorodne 17,103
225. Horodok 17,086
226. Berezhani 16,962
227. Bolhrad 16,708
228. Bar 16,641
229. Kivertsy 16,509
230. Svalyava 16,507
231. Bohuslav 16,498
232. Hulyaypole 16,442
233. Ovruch 16,398
234. Ochakiv 16,300
235. Tul'chyn 16,136
236. Hola Prystan' 16,102
237. Zmiyev 16,095
238. Pyryatyn 16,089
239. Gorodok 15,993
240. Dunaivtsi 15,836
241. Apostolove 15,828
242. Komsomol's'ke 15,825
243. Artsyz 15,761
244. Novyy Buh 15,646
245. Hayvoron 15,526
246. Zhashkiv 15,264
247. Radomyshl' 15,252
248. Nosivka 15,164
249. Horodyshche 15,063
250. Vasylivka 15,012
251. Beryslav 14,880
252. Snihurivka 14,873
253. Burshtyn 14,729
254. Rakhiv 14,674
255. Kamianka 14,547
256. Novhorod-Sivers'kyy 14,400
257. Tetiyiv 14,388
258. Nizhnyaya Krynka 14,253
259. Ostroh 14,251
260. Mykolayiv 14,251
261. Koryukivka 14,215
262. Khorol 14,117
263. Khrystynivka 14,056
264. Sudak 13,956
265. Kotsyubinskoye 13,934
266. Seversk 13,900
267. Prymors'k 13,900
268. Schast'ye 13,800
269. Bilyayivka 13,762
270. Ukrainka 13,636
271. Horodnya 13,601
272. Nova Odesa 13,547
273. Rozhishche 13,280
274. Kaharlyk 13,245
275. Mykhaylivka 13,216
276. Terebovlya 13,153
277. Nova Vodolaha 13,112
278. Yavoriv 13,008
279. Zhovkva 12,973
280. Tarashcha 12,952
281. Myronivka 12,871
282. Mena 12,766
283. Zbarazh 12,736
284. Novomyrhorod 12,728
285. Uzyn 12,726
286. Soledar 12,662
287. Bashtanka 12,657
288. Mala Vyska 12,644
289. Hlobyne 12,544
290. Hostomel' 12,450
291. Ichnya 12,417
292. Solonytsivka 12,378
293. Yakymivka 12,353
294. Barvinkove 12,344
295. Baranovka 12,220
296. Novoazovs'k 12,200
297. Buchach 12,082
298. Borodyanka 12,069
299. Lokhvytsya 11,950
300. Shchors 11,857



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Ukraine History

Human settlement in the territory of Ukraine dates back to at least 4500 BC, when the Neolithic Cucuteni culture flourished in a wide area that covered parts of modern Ukraine including Trypillia and the entire Dnieper-Dniester region. During the Iron Age, the land was inhabited by Cimmerians, Scythians, and Sarmatians. Between 700 BC and 200 BC it was part of the Scythian Kingdom, or Scythia. Later, colonies of Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, and the Byzantine Empire, such as Tyras, Olbia, and Hermonassa, were founded, beginning in the 6th century BC, on the northeastern shore of the Black Sea, and thrived well into the 6th century AD. In the 7th century AD, the territory of eastern Ukraine was the center of Old Great Bulgaria. At the end of the century, the majority of Bulgar tribes migrated in different directions and the land fell into the Khazars' hands.

In the 9th century, much of modern-day Ukraine was populated by the Rus' people who formed the Kievan Rus'. Kievan Rus' included nearly all territory of modern Ukraine, Belarus, with larger part of it situated on the territory of modern Russia. During the 10th and 11th centuries, it became the largest and most powerful state in Europe. In the following centuries, it laid the foundation for the national identity of Ukrainians and Russians. Kiev, the capital of modern Ukraine, became the most important city of the Rus'. According to the Primary Chronicle, the Rus' elite initially consisted of Varangians from Scandinavia. The Varangians later became assimilated into the local Slavic population and became part of the Rus' first dynasty, the Rurik Dynasty. Kievan Rus' was composed of several principalities ruled by the interrelated Rurikid Princes. The seat of Kiev, the most prestigious and influential of all principalities, became the subject of many rivalries among Rurikids as the most valuable prize in their quest for power.

The Golden Age of Kievan Rus' began with the reign of Vladimir the Great, who turned Rus' toward Byzantine Christianity. During the reign of his son, Yaroslav the Wise, Kievan Rus' reached the zenith of its cultural development and military power. This was followed by the state's increasing fragmentation as the relative importance of regional powers rose again. After a final resurgence under the rule of Vladimir Monomakh and his son Mstislav, Kievan Rus' finally disintegrated into separate principalities following Mstislav's death.







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