Zaporizhzhya

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Za·po·rizh·zhya

 (zä′pō-rēzh′zhyä) or Za·po·ro·zhe (-rō′zhĕ) Formerly A·lek·san·drovsk (ăl′ĭk-săn′drəfsk, ə-lĭk-sän′-)
A city of southern Ukraine west of Donets'k. It was founded in 1770 on the site of a Cossack camp.
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But because of the war in that part of the country United are set to play at the Slavutych Arena in Zaporizhia, which is more centrally located.
However, because of the war in that part of the country Zorya play their domestic home matches at the Slavutych Arena in Zaporizhia and last summer European fixtures were held in Kiev.
2% over 2013, with Dnipropetrovsk oblast being the largest producer, followed by Donetsk and Zaporizhia.
Waste nuclear fuel from the WWER-1000 reactors of Zaporizhia NPP is not taken to Russia, but is instead stored at a dry storage facility for waste nuclear fuel located near the plant which was commissioned in 2001.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Three major airports - Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Zaporizhia - have been closed indefinitely, Ukraine's State Air Traffic Service said on its website on Monday.
As a matter of fact no danger whatsoever is posed by the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant," Volodymyr Demchyshyn said in Kiev, according to a statement on the government's website.
Seizing control of the seaside corridor in Novoazovsk would allow Russia to access oil and gas fields operated by the Russian energy giant Gazprom, the military hardware in the Zaporizhia region and an important food factory in Kherson, which is Ukraine's entryway to Crimea.
On August 8, an informed source told RIA Novosti that the photographer was being held by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) in the Zaporizhia Region in southern Ukraine.
It marks the second time a synagogue has been targeted in this way in the past two months, after a Chabad synagogue in the eastern town of Zaporizhia was firebombed in February.
He also revealed that some funds will also be allocated towards building a bridge over the Dnipro River in Zaporizhia, reconstructing the Kyiv-Kovel-Yahodyn and the the Stryi-Ternopil-Kirovohrad-Znamianka highways, and on the Sevastopol bypass.
Sailing on the MS Dnieper Star, this 10-night cruise of Ukraine and Romania, takes in city tours of Sevastopol, Yalta and Odessa as well as a Cossack show in Zaporizhia and a boat trip to the Danube Delta.
The fact that Butkevych was born 5,000 miles from London in Zaporizhia means she is likely to not be as well received as the likes of Jessica Ennis and Sir Chris Hoy have been at the Games, but she hopes the crowd get behind her as she looks to win Britain's first medal in the sport since 1984.