Ukrainka, Kyiv Oblast

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Ukrainka
Location of Ukrainka, Kyiv Oblast
Coordinates: 50°9′11.11″N30°44′36.57″E / 50.1530861°N 30.7434917°E / 50.1530861; 30.7434917 Coordinates: 50°9′11.11″N30°44′36.57″E / 50.1530861°N 30.7434917°E / 50.1530861; 30.7434917
Country
Oblast
Raion
Ukraine
Kyiv Oblast
Obukhiv Raion
City rightsNovember 19, 1979
Area
  Total5.91 km2 (2.28 sq mi)
Population
 (2001)
  Total14,163
Postal code
08720
Area code(s) +380 4572
Website http://www.ukrainka.org/

Ukrainka (Ukrainian : Українка, romanized: Ukrayinka) is a town in Kyiv Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Ukrainka is administratively part of Obukhiv Raion. It has a population of 16,204(2020 est.) [1] . In 2001, the population was 14,163 (2001).

Since 2010, Ukrainka hosts the International Video Art and Short Film festival "VAU-Fest", held annually in the summer. [2]

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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. http://vaufest.com.ua/?page_id=155&lang=en