Cherkasy

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Cherkasy (Черка́си, pronounced ), or Cherkassy,, is a city in central Ukraine.wikipedia
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Cherkasy Oblast

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It is the capital of Cherkasy Oblast (province), as well as the administrative center of surrounding Cherkasky Raion (district) within the oblast.
The administrative center of the oblast is the city of Cherkasy (population: ).

City of regional significance (Ukraine)

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The city itself is designated as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion.

Ostap Dashkevych

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During the end of 15th until the beginning of 16th centuries, the post of Cherkasy headman was held by the prominent persons of that time – Bogdan Glinskiy, Kmyta Oleksandrovych, Vasyl Dashkevych, Andriy Nemyrovych, Ostafiy Dashkevych, Vasyl Tyshkevych, Dmytro Baida-Vyshnevetskiy etc.
Daszkewicz held a position of starosta in Cherkasy (1514–35) at the early stages of development of cossacks, and is sometimes mistakenly referred to as a hetman.

Cherkasy Forest

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Known as Cherkaskiy Bir, it is the biggest (28500 ha) natural pine forest in Ukraine.
Cherkasy Forest (transliterated: Čerkas'kyj bir) is a natural pine forest located on north and north-west ends of the city Cherkasy in central Ukraine.

Dmytro Vyshnevetsky

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During the end of 15th until the beginning of 16th centuries, the post of Cherkasy headman was held by the prominent persons of that time – Bogdan Glinskiy, Kmyta Oleksandrovych, Vasyl Dashkevych, Andriy Nemyrovych, Ostafiy Dashkevych, Vasyl Tyshkevych, Dmytro Baida-Vyshnevetskiy etc.
In 1550–1553, Vyshnevetsky became a starosta of the Cherkasy and the Kaniv Powiats.

Azot (Cherkasy)

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The main pollutant in the city is "Azot" plant, so the nearby area (south-east part of the city) is the most polluted.
Now "Azot" has 43 subdivisions which are located on 500 hectare at the southern outskirts of Cherkasy city.

Royal city in Poland

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It was a royal city of Poland.

Kiev Governorate

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From 1797 it was a povitove town of Kiev Governorate.
At the turn of the 20th century, the governorate included twelve uyezds named by their centers: Berdychiv, Cherkasy, Chyhyryn, Kaniv, Kyiv, Lipovets, Radomyshl, Skvyra, Tarashcha, Uman, Vasylkiv and Zvenyhorodka.

Kiev Voivodeship

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While in the Polish Kingdom the city was a seat of the county (poviat) which belonged to a greater unit – the Kiev Voivodeship of the Lesser Poland Province until 1793.

Cherkasy National University

The Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy
Cherkasy National University or officially The Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy is located in Cherkasy (Central Ukraine).

Zolotonosha

Zolotonosha Municipality
Two major automobile routes are going through the city - H16 (Uman-Zolotonosha, national route) and P10 (Kaniv-Kremenchuk, regional route).
Zolotonosha is located on the Zolotonoshka River, a tributary of the Dnipro river within 30 km of the oblast's administrative center, Cherkasy.

Taras Shevchenko

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Several public libraries are serving the city – Central Library of Lesia Ukrainka, City Library for Youth and Children, Central Oblast Library of Taras Shevchenko.
Those uprisings were brutally suppressed in Cherkasy, Poltava, Kiev, Bratslav, and Chernihiv disrupting normal social life for many years afterwards.

Dnieper

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The city is located on the right bank of Dnieper River (specifically at the Kremenchuk Reservoir), about 200 km south of the nation's capital, Kiev.

Bogdan (bus model)

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Buses are mostly represented with "Etalon", "Bohdan", and "PAZ" buses.
The production is situated in the city of Cherkasy, although there are plans of moving it to the LuAZ plant in the city of Lutsk.

FC Dnipro Cherkasy

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FC Dnipro Cherkasy is a Ukrainian football team, based in Cherkasy.

Cherkaski Mavpy

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BC Cherkaski Mavpy (баскетбольний клуб "Черкаські Мавпи", which means "Cherkasy Monkeys") is a Ukrainian professional basketball club that plays its home games in Cherkasy.

Kremenchuk Reservoir

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The city is located on the right bank of Dnieper River (specifically at the Kremenchuk Reservoir), about 200 km south of the nation's capital, Kiev.
The main ports located on the reservoir are Cherkasy, and Svitlovodsk (originally Khrushchev).

Cherkasy Raion

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It is the capital of Cherkasy Oblast (province), as well as the administrative center of surrounding Cherkasky Raion (district) within the oblast.
The center of the raion is the city of Cherkasy which is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion.