SUPPORT THE WORK

GetWiki

Zaporizhia Oblast

ARTICLE SUBJECTS
aesthetics  →
being  →
complexity  →
database  →
enterprise  →
ethics  →
fiction  →
history  →
internet  →
knowledge  →
language  →
licensing  →
linux  →
logic  →
method  →
news  →
perception  →
philosophy  →
policy  →
purpose  →
religion  →
science  →
sociology  →
software  →
truth  →
unix  →
wiki  →
ARTICLE TYPES
essay  →
feed  →
help  →
system  →
wiki  →
ARTICLE ORIGINS
critical  →
discussion  →
forked  →
imported  →
original  →
Zaporizhia Oblast
[ temporary import ]
please note:
- the content below is remote from Wikipedia
- it has been imported raw for GetWiki














factoids
name Zaporizhia Oblast| native_name = {{br separated entries
| native_name_lang = uk! Name || Ukrainian name || Area (km²) || Populationcensus 2015WEB,weblink UkrStat, Чисельність населення(Population Quantity), Ukrainian, 8 January 2016, || Admin. center|| Urban Population Only
Zaporizhia)Oblasts of Ukraine>Oblast| image_skyline = | image_alt = | image_caption = | image_flag = Flag of Zaporizhia Oblast.svg| flag_alt = Flag of Zaporizhia Oblast| image_shield = Coat of arms of Zaporizhia Oblast.svg| shield_alt = Coat of arms of Zaporizhia Oblast| image_map = Zaporizhia in Ukraine.svg| mapsize = 275px| map_alt = | map_caption = {{#invoke:Coordinates{{{coordinates}}}type:adm1st}}}}| coor_pinpoint = | coordinates_footnotes = List of sovereign states>CountryUkraine}}List of cities in Ukraine by population>Largest cities| parts_style = para| p1 = Established}}| established_date = Administrative centre>Administrative center| seat = Zaporizhia| leader_party = Governor of Zaporizhia Oblast>GovernorElla Slepyan (Acting)HTTPS://EN.INTERFAX.COM.UA/NEWS/GENERAL/593169.HTMLDATE=JUNE 11, 2019INTERFAX-UKRAINE>ACCESSDATE=JUNE 13, 2019, Zaporizhia Oblast Council>Oblast council84 seats}}Chairperson}}Hryhoriy Samardak {{#if:|()}}}}| unit_pref = Metric| area_footnotes = | area_total_km2 = 27183| area_land_km2 = | area_water_km2 = {{{PercentWater}}}% }}Ranked 9th}}| elevation_footnotes = | elevation_m = | population_footnotes = | population_total = 1785243Ranked 9th}}| population_as_of = 2013| population_blank1_title = Annual growth{{{Population_Growth}}}% }}| population_density_km2 = autoUkrainian language>Ukrainian|Demographics}}| demographics1_footnotes = Official language(s)}}Ukrainian language>UkrainianList of Ukrainian oblasts and territories by salary>Average salaryUkrainian hryvnia {{{Salary}}} {{#if:>({{{SalaryYear}}})}} }}| demographics1_title3 = Salary growth{{{Salary_Growth}}}%}}Raions of Ukraine>Raions| blank_info_sec1 = 20List of cities in Ukraine by subdivision#Zaporizhia Oblast>Cities (total)| blank1_info_sec1 = 14• }}Regional cities| blank2_info_sec1 = 5Urban-type settlements}}| blank3_info_sec1 = 23| blank4_name_sec1 = Villages| blank4_info_sec1 = 920Eastern European Time>EET| utc_offset1 = +2Eastern European Summer Time>EEST| utc_offset1_DST = +3Ukrainian postal codes>Postal code| postal_code = Area code#Ukraine>Area codeArea code#Ukraine>+380-61UA-23)Vehicle registration plates of Ukraine>Vehicle registration| registration_plate = | blank_name_sec2 = FIPS 10-4UP26)| website = www.zoda.gov.ua| footnotes = }}Zaporizhia Oblast (, translit. Zaporiz'ka oblast’; ); also referred to as Zaporizhia (), is an oblast (province) of southern Ukraine. Its capital is Zaporizhia. The oblast covers an area of 27,183 km², and its population was {{Ua-pop-est2017|1,739,500}}.This oblast is an important part of Ukraine's industry and agriculture.

Geography

The area of the oblast is 27,183 km²; its population (estimated as of 1 January 2013) was 1,785,243.Important cities include:

History

The area corresponding approximately to the modern Zaporizhia Oblast - according to Herodotus - was called in the antiquity as the land of Gerrhos. This area was the burial place of "royal Scythians" where they buried their kings. The modern Zaporizhia Oblast was created as part of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic on 10 January 1939 out of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. During the 1991 referendum, 90.66% of votes in the oblast were in favor of the Declaration of Independence of Ukraine. The SBU thwarted an attempt to blow up a railway line in the Zaporizhia Oblast, and found that the suspects were carrying maps and explosives on 8 July 2014.{{citation needed|date=November 2014}} A survey conducted in December 2014 by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology found 2.1% of the oblast's population supported their region joining Russia, 80.7% did not support the idea, and the rest were undecided or did not respond.NEWS,weblink uk:Лише 3% українців хочуть приєднання їх області до Росії, Ukrainian, Only 3% of Ukrainians want their region to become part of Russia, Dzerkalo Tyzhnia, 3 January 2015,

Points of interest

The following sites were nominated for the Seven Wonders of Ukraine.

Subdivisions

The Zaporizhia Oblast is administratively subdivided into 20 raions (districts) as well as 5 cities (municipalities) which are directly subordinate to the oblast government: Berdiansk, Enerhodar, Melitopol, Tokmak, and the administrative center of the oblast, Zaporizhia.(File:Zaporizzhia_regions.svg|thumb|650x650px|Detailed map of Zaporizhia Oblast){| class="sortable wikitable"
Zaporizhia > 334 align="right"Zaporizhia (city) >| 757,650
Berdiansk > 83 align="right"Berdiansk (city) >| 114,401
Enerhodar > 64 align="right"Enerhodar (city) >| 54,397
Melitopol > 51 align="right"Melitopol (city) >| 156,022
Tokmak, Zaporizhia Oblast>Tokmak Токмак (місто) align="right" 32,209 Tokmak, Ukraine (city) >| 32,209
Berdiansk Raion > 1,776 align="right"Berdiansk (city) >| N/A *
Bilmak Raion > 1,300 align="right"Bilmak >| 9,423
Chernihivka Raion > 1,200 align="right"Chernihivka >| 5,994
Huliaipole Raion > 1,300 align="right"Huliaipole >| 15,116
Kamianka-Dniprovska Raion > 1,240 align="right"Kamianka-Dniprovska >| 13,223
Melitopol Raion > 1,780 align="right"Melitopol (city) >| N/A *
Mykhailivka Raion > 1,067 align="right"Mykhailivka, Mykhailivka Raion>Mykhailivka 15,609
Novomykolaivka Raion > 915 align="right"Novomykolaivka >| 6,764
Orikhiv Raion > 1,590 align="right"Orikhiv >| 20,358
Polohy Raion > 1,340 align="right"Polohy >| 19,552
Pryazovske Raion > 1,947 align="right"Pryazovske >| 9,106
Prymorsk Raion > 1,400 align="right"Prymorsk >| 12,085
Rozivka Raion > 610 align="right"Rozivka >| 3,289
Tokmak Raion > 1,442 align="right"Tokmak, Ukraine>Tokmak (city) N/A *
Vasylivka Raion > 1,620 align="right"Vasylivka >| 37,232
Velyka Bilozerka Raion > 470 align="right"Velyka Bilozerka >| 6,124
Vesele Raion > 1,128 align="right"Vesele, Zaporizhia Oblast>Vesele 10,042
Vilniansk Raion > 1,280 align="right"Vilniansk >| 16,795
Yakymivka Raion > 1,850 align="right"Yakymivka >| 15,386
Zaporizkyi Raion > 1,462 align="right"Zaporizhia (city) >| N/A *
Note: Asterisks (*) Though the administrative center of the raion is housed in the city/town that its named after, cities do not answer to the rayon authorities only towns do; instead they are directly subordinated to the oblast government and therefore are not counted as part of raion statistics.

Demographics

According to the 2001 Ukrainian Census the population of the oblast was 1,929,171. Some 70.8% considered themselves Ukrainians, while 24.7% were Russians, the rest were of assorted nationalities including Bulgarians (1.4%), Belarusians (0.7%), and others (1.6%). Just under half the population (48.2%) considered the Russian language to be their native tongue, while a majority (50.2%){{citation needed |date=April 2016}} considered the Ukrainian language to be their native tongue.

Age structure

0-14 years: 13.5% {{increase}} (male 124,285/female 116,613) 15-64 years: 70.7% {{decrease}} (male 598,849/female 662,838) 65 years and over: 15.8% {{steady}} (male 91,051/female 190,818) (2013 official)

Median age

total: 41.2 years {{increase}} male: 37.5 years {{increase}} female: 44.8 years {{increase}} (2013 official)

Fertility

{| width="45%" class="wikitable centre" style="text-align: right;"! Year !! Fertility !! Birth || Year !! Fertility !! Birth || Year !! Fertility !! Birth| 18 018| 18 198| 14 865| 15 301| 16 091| 15 862| 17 241 | 17 591| 18 901| 18 409

Education

679 daytime and 11 evening state schools plus 6 daytime schools that are non-budget supported secondary schools involved 271400 pupils in 2001. 22 classical schools, 8 Lyceums, a Sichovy Collegium and 54 education-breeding complex bodies aren't out of reach to gifted children. New style 38 complex kindergarten-schools work too.Запорізька область: Ілюстрована енциклопедія. [Т.2]: Архітектура і містобудування. Культура. Економіка. Райони області / К.С. Карафін, О. І. Красюк. -Запоріжжя : Дике Поле, 2004. - 293 с.Over 60,000 children develop their talents through out-of-school institutions. They attend 30 creative centres, 6 science-technical stations and four young naturalists stations, five tourists clubs, three training flotillas, 11 children's sport clubs and 20 sport schools. Extra-scholastic education system has such a unique body as the Small Academy of Science. Boys and girls work there in six main disciplines: physics-mathematics, chemistry-biology, history-geography, philology, industrial and information technologies. The Small Academy young members maintain close friendship relations with scientists of big institutes and universities. 26 youngsters became winners of the All-Ukrainian Academy contest, so Zaporizhia regional team gained the 1st place.325 secondary schools, five classical schools, a Collegium and three complex-schools use the Ukrainian language. Nevertheless, the minorities have a free choice — 193 schools are Russian, a large Jewish school «Alef» works in Zaporizhia and smaller ones exist in other points, a Ukrainian-Bulgarian Lyceum is in Primorsky district. The Greek, Czech, Bulgarian languages are very popular in Yakimivsky, Berdyansky, Priazovsky and Melitopole rural districts. One may learn Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Polish, Tatar and other languages attending option courses anywhere.Specialists keep on looking for an adaptive school model. 26 institutions develop the humanization process using new teaching technologies. The Khortitsky multi-profile teaching-rehabilitation centre has worked out methods for complete support of sanatorium-boarding-schools' children. Berdyansk is the town where a Regional boarding school for orphans works out active socialization programs.42 institutions provide vocational education. This system distribute well-trained workers to regional industry and business. The list of specialities includes over 100 names. Vocational schools give courses for improving qualification in cooperation with unemployment centres. More than 1500 jobless persons get new professions every year due it.The higher education system is the most flexible and advanced. Today 25 state-controlled technical colleges have I-II class rank and 8 higher institutions have III-IV class certificates. These are University and the Zaporizhia politehnika, the Medical University and the Institute of Law with Ministry of Internal Affairs in Zaporizhia City, the Pedagogical University, the Agricultural Academy in Melitopole and the Pedagogical Institute in Berdyansk. There are also five higher education private bodies — the Institute of Economics and Information Technologies, the State and Municipal Government Institute and the others. Over 65000 people are the students in this region. There are 212 Doctors of Science and 1420 Candidates of Science among their lecturers. Zaporizhia City is one of the biggest centres for foreigners' education in Ukraine.The International Astronomical Union named two minor planets «Khadzhinov» and «Vikchemov» in honour of our countrymen who made a significant contribution in science and education.

References

{{Reflist}}

Further reading

  • {{uk icon}} Запорізька область: Ілюстрована енциклопедія. [Т.2]: Архітектура Ñ– містобудування. Культура. Економіка. Райони області / К.С. Карафін, О. І. Красюк. -Запоріжжя : Дике Поле, 2004. - 293 с.

External links

{{Geographic Location| Centre = Zaporizhia Oblast| North = Dnipropetrovsk Oblast| Northeast = | East = Donetsk OblastSea of AzovKrasnodar Krai, {{flag>Russia}}| South = Sea of AzovRepublic of Crimea| Southwest = | West = Kherson Oblast| Northwest = }}{{Zaporizhia Oblast}}{{Administrative divisions of Ukraine}}{{coord|47|50|N|35|10|E|source:kolossus-skwiki|display=title}}{{Authority control}}

- content above as imported from Wikipedia
- "Zaporizhia Oblast" does not exist on GetWiki (yet)
- time: 4:27pm EDT - Sun, Aug 18 2019
[ this remote article is provided by Wikipedia ]
LATEST EDITS [ see all ]
GETWIKI 09 JUL 2019
Eastern Philosophy
History of Philosophy
GETWIKI 09 MAY 2016
GETWIKI 18 OCT 2015
M.R.M. Parrott
Biographies
GETWIKI 20 AUG 2014
GETWIKI 19 AUG 2014
CONNECT