Kremenchuk

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Kremenchuk is also an alternative spelling for the village of Cremenciug in Moldovawikipedia
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Poltava Oblast

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The city serves as the administrative center of the Kremenchuk Raion ( district) in Poltava Oblast ( province).
Two other important cities there are Horishni Plavni and Kremenchuk.

Dnieper

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Kremenchuk or Kremenchug an important industrial city in central Ukraine, stands on the banks of the Dnieper River.

KrAZ

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Although not as large as some other oblast centers and cities of regional significance, Kremenchuk has importance as a large industrial center in Ukraine and Eastern Europe - as the base of the KrAZ truck plant, the Kremenchuk Oil Refinery of Ukrtatnafta, the Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works, and the nearby (Svitlovodsk) Kremenchuk HES.
KrAZ (Кременчуцький автомобільний завод, Kremenchutskyi Avtomobilnyi Zavod, Kremenchuk Automobile Plant) (АвтоКрА́З or AvtoKrAZ) is a Ukrainian factory that produces trucks and other special-purpose vehicles in Kremenchuk, Ukraine; particularly heavy-duty off-road models.

Ukrtatnafta

Although not as large as some other oblast centers and cities of regional significance, Kremenchuk has importance as a large industrial center in Ukraine and Eastern Europe - as the base of the KrAZ truck plant, the Kremenchuk Oil Refinery of Ukrtatnafta, the Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works, and the nearby (Svitlovodsk) Kremenchuk HES.
Ukrtatnafta is an international oil refining company based in Kremenchuk and founded in 1994.

Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works

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Although not as large as some other oblast centers and cities of regional significance, Kremenchuk has importance as a large industrial center in Ukraine and Eastern Europe - as the base of the KrAZ truck plant, the Kremenchuk Oil Refinery of Ukrtatnafta, the Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works, and the nearby (Svitlovodsk) Kremenchuk HES.
Kriukiv Railway Car Manufacturing Plant (Крюківський вагонобудівний завод, КВБЗ; KVBZ) is a large industrial company in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, manufacturing locomotives and multiple unit trains.

Kremenchuk Raion

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The city serves as the administrative center of the Kremenchuk Raion ( district) in Poltava Oblast ( province).
The raion's administrative center is the city of Kremenchuk, which is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance and does not belong to the raion.

Kremenchuk Hydroelectric Power Plant

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Although not as large as some other oblast centers and cities of regional significance, Kremenchuk has importance as a large industrial center in Ukraine and Eastern Europe - as the base of the KrAZ truck plant, the Kremenchuk Oil Refinery of Ukrtatnafta, the Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works, and the nearby (Svitlovodsk) Kremenchuk HES.
The Kremenchuk Hydroelectric Power Plant is a run-of-river power plant on the Dnieper River just upstream of Kremenchuk in Svitlovodsk, Ukraine.

Highway M22 (Ukraine)

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Highway M22 crosses the Dnieper over the dam of the hydro-electric power-plant.
Highway M22 is a Ukrainian international highway (M-highway) which connects Oleksandriia, Kremenchuk, and Poltava across Dnieper river.

Horishni Plavni

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Population: Along with its city-satellites Svitlovodsk and Horishni Plavni, Kremenchuk functions as an important urban agglomeration and transportation hub.
Horishni Plavni is a city of regional significance of Poltava Oblast, practically conurbated with the larger neighboring city of Kremenchuk.

Svitlovodsk

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Population: Along with its city-satellites Svitlovodsk and Horishni Plavni, Kremenchuk functions as an important urban agglomeration and transportation hub.
In 1962 - 1969 the city carried the name Kremhes due to the fact that it is a city-satellite of Kremenchuk.

Novorossiya Governorate

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The city played a key role of the Russian colonization policy of Ukraine and their strive for the shores of Black Seas as regional administrative center of the early Novorossiya Governorate and Yekaterinoslav Vice-regency (Namestnichestvo).
In 1796, the governorate was reestablished, but not with the centre in Kremenchug but in Ekaterinoslav, and in 1802 was split into three governorates: the Ekaterinoslav Governorate, the Taurida Governorate, the Nikolayev Governorate (known as the Kherson Governorate from 1803).

Treaty of Kurukove

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In 1625, at Lake Kurukove in Kremenchuk, the Treaty of Kurukove was signed between the Cossacks and the Poles.
After four days of negotiations, it was signed on 5 November 1625 near Lake Kurukove, in what is now Kremenchuk.

Oleh Babaiev

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Oleh Babayev, the mayor of Kremenchuk was assassinated on July 26, 2014.
Oleh Meydanovych Babaiev (Олег Мейданович Бабаєв; October 21, 1965, Kursk, Russian SFSR — July 26, 2014, Kremenchuk, Ukraine) was a Ukrainian politician and an owner of two professional football clubs in the Poltava Oblast.

HK Kremenchuk

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Kremenchuk is home to HK Kremenchuk ice hockey team who compete in the Ukrainian Championship and FC Kremin Kremenchuk football team.
HK Kremenchuk is an ice hockey team based in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, playing in the Ukrainian Hockey Extra League that was formed prior to the 2016–17 season.

MFC Kremin Kremenchuk

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Kremenchuk is home to HK Kremenchuk ice hockey team who compete in the Ukrainian Championship and FC Kremin Kremenchuk football team.
MFC Kremin Kremenchuk (MФК Кремінь Кременчук; Кремень Кременчуг) is a professional football club based in Kremenchuk, Ukraine.

City of regional significance (Ukraine)

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Although not as large as some other oblast centers and cities of regional significance, Kremenchuk has importance as a large industrial center in Ukraine and Eastern Europe - as the base of the KrAZ truck plant, the Kremenchuk Oil Refinery of Ukrtatnafta, the Kryukiv Railway Car Building Works, and the nearby (Svitlovodsk) Kremenchuk HES.

Kremenchuk Reservoir

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During the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine security at the Kremenchuk Reservoir was heightened as it was seen as a possible target for saboteurs.
Named for the city of Kremenchuk, it covers a total area of 2,250 square kilometres in the territories of the Poltava, Cherkasy, and Kirovohrad Oblasts in central Ukraine.

Alexander Pechersky

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Pechersky, a son of a Jewish lawyer, was born on February 22, 1909, in Kremenchuk, Poltava Governorate, Russian Empire (now Ukraine).

Ukrainian Hockey Championship

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Kremenchuk is home to HK Kremenchuk ice hockey team who compete in the Ukrainian Championship and FC Kremin Kremenchuk football team.

Leo Ornstein

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Ornstein was born in Kremenchuk, a large town in the Ukrainian province of Poltava, then under Imperial Russian rule.

Emmanuel Mane-Katz

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Emmanuel Mané-Katz (Hebrew:מאנה כץ), born Mane Leyzerovich Kats (1894–1962), was a Litvak painter born in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, best known for his depictions of the Jewish shtetl in Eastern Europe.

FC Naftokhimik Kremenchuk

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Beside FC Kremin, the city was also represented by number of other professional football clubs such as FC Adoms Kremenchuk, FC Naftokhimik Kremenchuk, and FC Vahonobudivnyk Kremenchuk.
FC Naftokhimik Kremenchuk is a Ukrainian football club from Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast.

Dimitri Tiomkin

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Dimitri Tiomkin was born in Kremenchuk, then part of the Russian Empire (now central Ukraine).

Avraham Shlonsky

Abraham Shlonsky
Avraham Shlonsky was born to a Hasidic family in Kryukovo (Poltava guberniya, now a part of Kremenchuk, Ukraine).

Ukrainian–Soviet War

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During the Ukrainian–Soviet War, on 26 January 1918 the Russian Bolshevik troops secured the city, however already in February of the same year they had to withdraw due to the treaty of Brest-Litovsk and advance of German and Ukrainian armies.
On January 20 the Soviet Army took Poltava while the Ukrainian troops retreated further to Kremenchuk.