Dnipro is a dynamic and lively city.
The city is surprising green along the wide and slow-moving Dnieper river (Dnepr in Russian, Dnipro in Ukrainian) and has remarkable embankments, long boulevards and spacious parks.
It is also the major centre of high-technology industries, education, machine-building, metallurgy and trade. The city is not only famous for its commercial industry, but also its green hills and deep history.
The old fortress settlement has existed since the middle of the 16th century. The new town was founded in 1776 by the Russian Prince, Potemkin by order of Catherine II, Empress of the Russian Empire and was called Yekaterinoslav (Ekaterinoslav) from 1776 to 1926. During 1918 the town’s name was Sicheslav (The Glory for Sich’/Fortress of Cossacks).
Dnipro (Dnipropetrovsk) has been the major center of the steel industry from the beginning of the 20th century until the present. It has also dominated in the machinebuilding and aero-spacebuilding industry since the 1950s.
The International airport Dnipro (DNK) offers direct lines to and from Wien (Austria), Istanbul (Turkey), Tel Aviv (Israel) etc..
|Kyiv, capital of Ukraine||403 km|
|New York City, USA||7945 km|
|Paris, France||2390 km|
|London, GB||2515 km|
|Tokyo, Japan||8085 km|
|Moscow, Russia||830 km|
|St. Petersbourg, Russia||1320 km|
|Istanbul, Turkey||950 km|
|Beijing, China||6260 km|
|Berlin, Germany||1600 km|
|Rome, Italy||1895 km|
|Tel-Aviv, Israel||1800 km|
|Los-Angeles, USA||10515 km|
|Cairo, Egypt||2060 km|
|Sydney, Australia||14610 km|
|Rio-de-Janeiro, Brazil||11110 km|