Sevastopol
or formerly Sebastopol geographical name city & port SW Crimea population 366,000

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  • SEVASTOPOL — SEVASTOPOL, city in Crimea, Ukraine. Jews lived there in the Greek period when the city was called Khersones. Shortly after its foundation in 1784, Jews began to settle in Sevastopol, many of them from Galicia. They engaged in commerce and crafts …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Sevastopol — (Севастополь antes conocida como Sebastopol, en turco Akyar) es una ciudad de Ucrania, en la península de Crimea en el Mar Negro. Tiene una población de 400.000 habitantes. Antigua base naval de la flota del Mar Negro soviética, aún es utilizada… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Sevastopol — → Sebastopol …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • Sevastopol — [sə vas′tə pōl΄; ] Russ [ se΄väs tō̂′pəl y ] seaport in SW Crimea, on the Black Sea: pop. 366,000 …   English World dictionary

  • Sevastopol — For other uses, see Sevastopol (disambiguation). Sevastopol Севастополь Aqyar View of Sevastopol …   Wikipedia

  • Sevastopol — Stadt Sewastopol місто Севастополь Bas …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sevastopol — /seuh vas teuh pohl , sev euh stoh peuhl/; Russ. /syi vu staw peuhl/, n. a fortified seaport in the S Crimea, in S Ukraine: famous for its heroic resistance during sieges of 349 days in 1854 55, and 245 days in 1941 42. 350,000. Also, Sebastopol …   Universalium

  • Sevastopol — Original name in latin Sevastopol Name in other language Akhiar, Akhtyar, Akujar, Akyar, Aqyar, Gorad Sevastopal , Sebastopol, Sebastopoli, Sebastopolis, Sebastopolo, Sebastpol, Sevastopol, Sevastopol , Sevastopole, Sevastopolis, Sevastopolj,… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Sevastopol — Sébastopol Pour les articles homonymes, voir Sebastopol (homonymie). Panorama de Sébastopol …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sevastopol —    A port city on Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, Sevastopol was formerly the home of the Soviet Union’s Black Sea Fleet. Today, the city is shared by both the Russian and Ukrainian navies. The city has a population of 342,000, approximately 25,000… …   Historical Dictionary of the Russian Federation

  • Sevastopol — Aqyar (Crimean Tatar, Tatar), Sevastopol Севастополь (Russian, Ukrainian), Akyar and variant Sivastopol (Turkish), Sebastopol (Spanish, former English), Sevastopol (Finnish, Romanian), Sevastopole (Latvian), Sewastopol (Polish), Sevastúpoli… …   Names of cities in different languages

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