Ukraine A-Z

For each letter A-Z, guess the answer that pertains to Ukraine.
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Last updated: August 19, 2020
First submittedAugust 19, 2020
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A
Part of Black Sea Ukraine borders
Azov
B
Ukrainian beet soup
Borscht
C
1986 nuclear accident site
Chernobyl
D
Longest river
Dnieper
E
Event Ruslana won in 2004
Eurovision
F
Millions died from this, 1932-33
Famine
G
Country that invaded during WWII
Germany
H
Currency of Ukraine
Hryvnia
I
Common male name
Ivan
J
1.5 mil of these people lived in
Ukraine in 1926. Now it's 71,500
Jews
K
Capital city
Kiev
L
Biggest city in western Ukraine
Lviv
M
In 2014, Russian separatists
shot down a plane from this airline
Malaysia
Airlines
 
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N
In 1992, Ukraine gave up
its massive stockpile of these
Nuclear
Weapons
O
Name of the 2004 "revolution"
Orange
P
President of Ukraine, 2014-19
Poroshenko
Q
Band that held "Live in Ukraine"
Queen
R
Second most spoken language
Russian
S
2004 Ballon d'Or winner
Shevchenko
T
He was assassinated in Mexico
Trotsky
U
Ukrainian for "Ukraine"
Ukrayina
V
First names of the Klitschko
brothers
Vitali
W
Wladimir
X
What Ivan Puluj developed
X-ray
Y
Hosted of a WWII conference
Yalta
Z
Current president of Ukraine
Zelensky
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Level 72
Mar 10, 2022
Your spellings need to match up. You used the Ukrainian spelling for Lviv and the Russian spelling for Kiev. Change Kiev to Kyiv for consistency, please.

Ukrainian borshch is not a "beet soup." That's a common misconception. Ukrainian borshch is a cabbage soup with some beets & carrots in it.

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Level 56
Mar 10, 2022
Pls tell me your real name isn’t Putin… and if it isn’t why the heck would you be supporting him right now by using that.
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Level 56
Mar 14, 2022
Ukrainian for Ukraine? Surely that would be in Cyrillic which can be represented in different ways with the Roman alphabet