Kryvyy Rih
or Krivoy Rog geographical name city SE central Ukraine NE of Odessa population 724,000

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  • Kryvyy Rih — Russian Krivoy Rog City (pop., 2001: 669,000), southeast central Ukraine. Founded as a village by Cossacks in the 17th century, it grew slowly until a railway was constructed to the Donets Basin in 1884; it soon became a significant iron mining… …   Universalium

  • Kryvyy Rih — Original name in latin Kryvyy Rih Name in other language Krivij Rig, Krivoj Rog, Krivoy Rog, Kriwoi Rog, Kryvyi Rih, Kryvyj Rih, Kryvyy Rih, Кривий Ріг, Кривой Рог State code UA Continent/City Europe/Kiev longitude 47.90966 latitude 33.38044… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Kryvyy Rih — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kryvy Rih — Kryvyï Rih Kryvyï Rih Кривий Ріг …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kryvyi Rih — Kryvyï Rih Kryvyï Rih Кривий Ріг …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kryvyï Rih — Кривий Ріг Géolocalisation sur la carte : Oblast de Dnipropetrovsk …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Кривой Рог — (Kryvyy Rih, Krivoy Rog)Kryvyy RihKrivoy Rog, город на Ю. Украины, на р.Ингулец; центр железнорудного бассейна; 717000 жителей (1990). Металлургия, машиностроение (горное оборудование), пищевая и цементная промышленность …   Страны мира. Словарь

  • Ukraine — /yooh krayn , kruyn , yooh krayn/, n. a republic in SE Europe: rich agricultural and industrial region. 50,684,635; 223,090 sq. mi. (603,700 sq. km). Cap.: Kiev. Russian, Ukraina. Formerly, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. * * * Ukraine… …   Universalium

  • Dnieper River — Russian Dnepr ancient Borysthenes. River, eastern central Europe. One of the longest rivers in Europe, it rises west of Moscow and flows south through Belarus and Ukraine, emptying into the Black Sea after a course of 1,420 mi (2,285 km). More… …   Universalium

  • Krivoï-Rog — Kryvyï Rih Kryvyï Rih Кривий Ріг …   Wikipédia en Français

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