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  2. Poltava - Wikipedia

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    Poltava ( UK: / pɒlˈtɑːvə /, [3] US: / pəlˈ -/; [4] [5] Ukrainian: Полтава [polˈtɑwɐ]) is a city located on the Vorskla River in central Ukraine. It is the capital city of the Poltava Oblast ( province) and of the surrounding Poltava Raion ( district) of the oblast.

  3. Poltava | Ukraine | Britannica

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    Poltava, city, east-central Ukraine. It lies along the Vorskla River. Archaeological evidence dates the city from the 8th to the 9th century, although the first documentary reference is from 1174, when it was variously known as Oltava or Ltava.

  4. Description: capital city of Poltava Oblast in central Ukraine Categories: city of regional significance of Ukraine and locality Location: Central Ukraine, Ukraine, Eastern Europe, Europe View on Open­Street­Map Latitude 49.5897° or 49° 35' 23" north Longitude 34.5508° or 34° 33' 3" east Population 298,000 Elevation 156 metres (512 feet)

  5. Battle of Poltava | Significance, Results, & Casualties

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    Battle of Poltava, (June 27 [July 8, New Style], 1709), the decisive victory of Peter I the Great of Russia over Charles XII of Sweden in the Great Northern War. The battle ended Sweden’s status as a major power and marked the beginning of Russian supremacy in eastern Europe.

  6. Battle of Poltava - Wikipedia

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    The Battle of Poltava [e] (8 July 1709) [f] was the decisive and largest battle of the Great Northern War. A Russian army under the command of Tsar Peter I defeated a Swedish army, under the command of Carl Gustaf Rehnskiöld. The battle put an end to the status of the Swedish Empire as a European great power, as well as its eastbound expansion, and marked the beginning of Russian hegemony in Northern Europe.

  7. Poltava - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Poltava (en ucraniano: Полта́ва; TR: Pöltáva [polˈtɑwɐ] ()) es una ciudad en Ucrania.Poltava se incorpora administrativamente como una ciudad de importancia regional al ser la capital de la óblast de Poltava y tiene una población de 284 879 habitantes. Es un ciudad de gran importancia para la historia de Ucrania, refiriéndose a ella a veces como el centro espiritual de Ucrania ...

  8. Slaget vid Poltava – Wikipedia

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    Slaget vid Poltava, liksom den påföljande kapitulationen, slutade i en avgörande seger för Ryssland och blev den största militära katastrofen i Sveriges historia. Det markerade en vändpunkt i krigets fortsättning till förmån för anfallsförbundet mot Sverige, vilket till följd av slaget återuppväcktes och med förnyad kraft anföll det försvagade svenska riket på flera fronter.

  9. Project Manager Kharkiv/Poltava - Ukraine - Ukraine | ReliefWeb

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    Job Title: Project Manager Kharkiv/Poltava. Code: 60-4037. Duty station: Poltava with frequent missions to project locations in Kharkiv region. Starting date: 06/03/2023.

  10. Programme Assistant, G5, Poltava, Ukraine, #123574, Temporary Appointment (Open for Ukrainian Nationals Only) Job no: 558962 Position type: Temporary Appointment Location: Ukraine Division/Equivalent: CEE/CIS School/Unit: Ukraine Department/Office: Poltava, Ukraine Categories: Operations, Administration UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most ...

  11. Poltava. Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Poltava, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 68 stories have been published about Poltava which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months. Weather. -1°C. Monday -4° | 1°C. Tuesday -4° | 0°C. Wednesday -2° | 0°C.