Ukraine Lat:48.3 Long:31.1
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1 Major body of waterriver Southern Bug the southern bug is 501 miles long and has a bridge called Varvarivskyy mist Highest point The highest point in Ukraine is Mount Hoverla 6762 feet it is also part of the Carpathian Mountains ID: 737253

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1 Major body of water/river?

Southern Bug, the southern bug is 501 miles long and has a bridge called Varvarivs’kyy mist.Slide3

Highest point

The highest point in Ukraine is Mount Hoverla, 6,762 feet, it is also part of the Carpathian Mountains.Slide4

Most popular sport

The most popular sport in Ukraine is football (soccer).Slide5

A festival that is celebrated and why/ what is it about?

Kiev summer music festival, on late weekends from late May to the middle of July, the music ranges from classic and modern performances to jazz.Slide6

Most exported goods and famous companies

One of the most exported good in Ukraine is ferrous. One of the famous companies in Ukraine is Kyivstar, a mobile network.Slide7

Is the country part of the european union and when did it join?

Yes, it joined June 27, 2014.Slide8

Famous celebrity

Mila Kunis is an actress from Chernivtsi, Ukraine.Slide9

Famous political figure

Anatoliy Kinakh was the first vice prime minister of Ukraine.Slide10

Was the country involved in World War 1?

Yes, the western part of Ukraine was part of Austria-Hungary and the eastern part was with Russia because, they had to fight on both sides, the Austrians and the Russians.Slide11

Was the country involved in WWII?

Yes, they were on the American’s side. They were invested a lot, because of the killing of the jews. No, it was part of Czechoslovakia and known as Carpatho-Ukraine.Slide12

The leader of Ukraine

The President of Ukraine is Petro Poroshenko. Slide13

What system of government does the country have?

Ukraine has a Republic, Constitutional Republic, Unitary state, and Semi-presidential system.Slide14

Important event in the country’s history

In 1991, Ukraine declared independence following attempted coups in Moscow, 90% voted for independence.Slide15

Iconic landmark in the country

Andriyivskyy Uzviz is a historic church in Kiev’s upper town.Slide16

What is the country’s population?

44 million people.Slide17

What religion is practiced the most?

Christianity Slide18

What climate region is the country?

Temperate continental, humid summers and very cold winters. Slide19

What is the primary language spoken in Ukraine?

Ukrainian 67%, Russian 29.6%, other 2.9%.Slide20

What is the relationship your country has with the U.S.

Ok, because, in 2000 there was a scandal in which Ukraine sent recordings to Saddam Hussein in Iraq.Slide21


“Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5” John-Paul Himka 1993 www.encyclopediaofukraine.com

‘’Ukraine profile-overview” BBC news, January 13, 2016


“Cassette scandal” Ukrainian, UK


“Ukraine” CIA world fact book, 2017


“Gorgeous church of St. Andriy” Yulia W, September 29, 2015