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    Odessa Oblast

    The Odessa Oblast, or region, is situated along the Ukrainian seacoast on the crossroads of the international Dunaj waterways. The Dunaj-Main-Reihn channel was completed in 1992 and provides ships coming from Europe with a quick exit into the Black Sea. From there ships can make their way to the Middle Asia, Middle East and Transcaucasia. Odessa's coastline has a total of eight ports, ...

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    Tatarbunary

    The beautiful town of Tatarbunary, when directly translated from the South Slavic language, means “Tatar Wells”. However ‘Bunar’ is taken from the Turic word “pinar” meaning "well" given by the Bessarabian Bulgarians. Tatarbunary, the administrative center for the district of Tatarbunarskyi Raion, is a relatively small town residing in the province of the Odessa Oblast in south-west Ukraine. ...

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    Kilia

    Kilia, or Novo Kilia meaning “New Chilia”, is a relatively small city in comparison to many others that lie within the province of the Odessa Oblast, south-western Ukraine. It is along the beautiful northern shores of the Danube Delta that you will find Kilia, an administrative center for the district of the Kiliysky Raion. On the opposite side of the southern banks of Romania lies the town ...

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    Balta

    Balta is a relatively small city in comparison to most that are based in the province of the Odessa Oblast, which lies in the south-west of Ukraine. Presently it acts as the administrative center for the district of the Baltsky Raion located about 200 kilometers from the capital of Odessa with a population of over 20,000 people.

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    Berezovka

    Berezovka has an array of different spellings commonly used by the local people such as Beresovka, Berozovka and Berezovke. It is within the Odessa Oblast that you will find this beautiful city, just 88 kilometers from the region capital of Odessa.

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    Izmail

    Izmail, or as its referred to ‘Ismail’, a historic town, is now one of the largest Ukrainian ports along the Danube Delta, thus making it an appropriate site for the food processing industry due to the easy access brought about by the port. It is located within the beautiful Odessa Oblast, a province in the south-west of Ukraine. Izmail's main purpose is to serve as an administrative center ...

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    Kotovsk

    If you travel Ukraine, you will find that the country is divided into a number of different oblasts – or regions – and that each oblast contains a number of interesting cities, towns and villages. The Odessa Oblast is certainly no different. As one of the larger regions in Ukraine, the oblast covers about 33 300 square kilometers of land. The province is divided into 26 different Raions ...

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    Reni

    If you travel to the western side of Ukraine, you will find the brilliant region of Odessa. This picturesque part of the country is divided into several Raions or districts, one of which is the Reniysky Raion. Reniysky Raion now falls in what was once the Bessarabian district of Budjak (also Budzhak or Bugeac). Its administrative center is the city of Reni and the region has a population of ...