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Biggest Cities in Ukraine

Can you guess the 20 biggest cities in Ukraine?
Quiz by Funkyjammy99
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Last updated: May 23, 2022
First submittedMay 22, 2016
Times taken4,122
Average score50.0%
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Population
City
3,375,000
Kyiv
1,439,036
Kharkiv
1,016,515
Odessa
1,000,506
Dnipro
929,063
Donetsk
757,650
Zaporizhia
728,350
Lviv
629,695
Kryvyi Rih
494,763
Mykolaiv
449,498
Mariupol
Population
City
425,848
Luhansk
372,484
Vinnytsia
347,376
Makiivka
286,649
Poltava
285,234
Chernihiv
283,649
Kherson
273,713
Khmelnytskyi
272,651
Cherkasy
265,471
Chernivtsi
264,981
Sumy
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Level 73
May 22, 2016
Let me know if ive made any mistakes :)
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Level 69
Sep 7, 2017
I've never liked how the city Dnipro and the river Dnieper are transliterated into English differently even though they are spelled the same in Ukrainian. I always end up spelling the city wrong in English, even though it follows the Ukrainian better. Because I'm dumb I guess.
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Level 43
Dec 4, 2017
Good quiz! But please accept Dnipro, it is the official name by now. And generally more alternative spellings. Kryvy / Kryvi / Kryvy Ri
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Level 62
Jul 26, 2021
Crimea is not in Ukraine anymore
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Level 73
Jul 28, 2021
This has been changed
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Level 41
Jul 28, 2021
It is de jure part of Ukraine.
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Level 73
Jul 28, 2021
This is true, but seeing as Russia at this time controls Crimea I decided to remove the Crimean cities from this list
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Level 59
Mar 3, 2022
so you should remove donetsk and luhansk
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Level 73
Mar 4, 2022
I and most of the world do not view Luhansk and Donetsk as being separate from Ukraine
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Level 51
Apr 26, 2022
Most of the world also doesn't view Crimea as being part of Russia either
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Level 48
Oct 2, 2022
Crimea is and will always be Ukraine
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Level 68
Jul 28, 2021
Should accept also Zaporizhzhia, this is the official English name for that city.
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Level 73
Jul 28, 2021
Now accepting this spelling
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Level 30
Jan 31, 2022
I wrote both Mikolaiv and Vinnitsya - neither was accepted
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Level 73
Feb 27, 2022
Both spellings now accepted!
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Level 33
Feb 24, 2022
Kyiv not Kiev
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Level 73
Feb 27, 2022
Updated :)
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Level 61
Feb 24, 2022
Spotlighted the quiz. I see that I am not the only one thinking about Ukraine now. Very sad to see what is happening.
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Level 73
Feb 27, 2022
The whole situation is awful :(
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Level 22
Feb 28, 2022
Love for Ukraine. Love not war <3 :(
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Level 66
Mar 3, 2022
I understand why but... there are not many countries where we follow "local" spellings versus American English spellings. Munich/Munchen, Rome/Roma, Jerusalem/Yerushalayim, Hong Kong/Xianggang and so on.

I respect that this is now changed but do find it annoying the way some people love to push changes to existing language...

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Level 84
Mar 3, 2022
The local spelling would be Київ
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Level 73
Mar 4, 2022
I think Kiev and Kyiv are used more interchangeably in English now than in the past, that’s the only reason for the change here :)
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Level 83
Mar 3, 2022
Unfortunately did better than I would have two weeks ago. Kiev is the transliteration from Russian. Kyiv is the transliteration from Ukrainian. Given the current context, it makes a difference.
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Level 81
May 20, 2022
A lot easier now than few months ago, sadly.
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Level 58
May 22, 2022
Can you accept "Tjernihiv" as a type-in? I've seen it spelled that way on maps.
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Level 73
May 23, 2022
Done! :)
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Level 53
May 27, 2022
Sevastopol should make the list - it has a population of over 450,000 according to citypopulation.de.
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Level 54
Aug 31, 2022
Im late but Sevastopol is part of Crimea which is part of Russia.