The biggest number of those who came to the warming stations was registered in the Donetsk, Kharkov, Chernigov
, Odessa and Kirovograd regions.
Vinnytsa Dnipropetrovsk 2,067 1,559 Donetsk 3,000 2,500 Zhytomir 1,600 1,300 Ivano-Frankovsk 2,500 2,000 Kirovograd 1,900 1,500 Krivoy-Rog 1,659 1,078 Lugansk 1,800 1,260 Lutsk 1,800 1,200 Lvov 2,500 1,500 Nikolaev 1,701 1,219 Odessa 2,907 2,230 Poltava 950 900 Rovno 1,527 1,264 Sevastopol 2,000 1,700 Simferopol 1,571 1,348 Ternopol 2,800 1,610 Uzhgorod 1,400 1,200 Kharkov 1,288 1,201 Kherson 1,500 1,375 Khmelnitskiy 1,376 961 Cherkassy 1,148 882 Chernigov
1,600 1,200 Chernovtsy 2,200 2,100 Yalta 1,288 1,201 1st Quarter 2007 City Center Citywide Price Change Av.
Movchan was born on 9th of January 1928 in village Makievka, Chernigov
13) Although noble by birth, descended from Prince Mikhail Vsevolodovich of Chernigov
and in the line of descent from Riurik, like many other members of the Russian nobility, Odoveskii had to work in government service to support himself.
The grandfather of Frank Robert Tangherlini from the mother's side, Barnett Rubinovich (he has changed his family name to Robinson when becoming a US citizen), was born in Krolevetz--a small town near Nezhin city of Chernigov
Gubernya of the Russian Empire.
Thousands of Ukrainians from villages in "Right Bank" Ukraine (which included the provinces of Podolia, Volhynia, Kiev, Chernigov
, Poltava, Khar'kov, as well as the Ekaterninoslav and Khotin district of Bessarabia) emigrated ".
In Ukraine, opisthorchiasis is limited to the Sumy, Poltava, and Chernigov
Districts of the Dnieper River basin (17,18), where the prevalence is 5%-40%.
Announcements appeared in places as far away as Kazan', Rostov-on-Don, Chernigov
, and Riazan', and in newspapers that aimed at a broad readership, among them The Peasant's Newspaper (Krest'ianskaia gazeta), and the party's journal for working women, Rabotnitsa.
Three lorry loads of medical supplies, clothes, beds and bedding will be going to Chernigov
shortly,' he says.
The Prince Mikhail mentioned is Mikhail Vsevolodovich, Prince of Chernigov
and, at that time, Prince of Novgorod.
The best-known example of a 'princely' barrow is Chernaya Mogila (Black Barrow) at Chernigov
(height 11 m, diameter 40 m) (Rybakov 1949: 24-51; Sedov 1982: 253-4).