Bucha, Kyiv Oblast

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Bucha

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Bucha
Coordinates: 50°33′27.15″N30°13′36.17″E / 50.5575417°N 30.2267139°E / 50.5575417; 30.2267139 Coordinates: 50°33′27.15″N30°13′36.17″E / 50.5575417°N 30.2267139°E / 50.5575417; 30.2267139
Country Ukraine
Oblast Kyiv Oblast
Area
  Total26.57 km2 (10.26 sq mi)
Population
 (2001)
  Total28,533
  Density1,100/km2 (2,800/sq mi)
Area code(s) +380 4597

Bucha (Ukrainian : Буча) is a city in Ukraine's Kyiv Oblast. Administratively, it is incorporated as a city of oblast significance. Its population is approximately 36,284(2020 est.) [1] .

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Description

Bucha was granted city status on February 9, 2006. [2] Before 1996 Bucha was a town with the Irpin city municipality.

Bucha Day celebrated in the city on 13 September.

The settlement arose with construction of the Kyiv Kovel railway in 1898 around a small train halt by Bucha River. Bucha was one of the train stops of KyivKovel railway similar to one in the modern city of Irpin. In close vicinity from the Bucha train stop there existed a small village Yablunka where there used to be a brick factory. Yablunka is mentioned in the 19th century Polish Geographic dictionary as a village of Jabłonka 37 versts away from Kyiv. [3]

During the World War II before the liberation of Kyiv from Nazi Germany forces in December 1943 (see Battle of Kyiv (1943)), in Bucha were located headquarters of the 1st Ukrainian Front commanded by General Vatutin.

Infrastructure

There is a stadium in Bucha named Yuvileiny Stadium, where some matches were held in October 2016 for the 2017 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualification. [4]

There is a glass factory in Bucha. Built back in 1946, it was closed down in 2016. There is a small train stop called "Sklozavodska".

The town's main landmark is a 19th-century railway station located at the south edge of the city. Through the city runs a major highway M07-UA.svg M07 .

Author Mikhail Bulgakov stayed in Bucha with his family during the summer season in his cottage.

Twin towns

Bucha is twinned with:

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References

  1. "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine . Retrieved 30 September 2020.
  2. [Bucha http://gska2.rada.gov.ua:7777/pls/z7502/A005?rdat1=20.02.2008&rf7571=42422%5B%5D] Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
  3. " Jabłonka ". Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland (in Polish). 3. Warszawa: Kasa im. Józefa Mianowskiego. 1882. p. 342.
  4. uefa.com. "Under-19 - Matches – UEFA.com".