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  1. Balta, Odessa Oblast - Wikipedia

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    With the annexation of Bessarabia in 1940, Balta became a part of the Odessa Oblast of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. It was occupied by German and Romanian troops on 5 August 1941 and became part of Transnistria Governorate in Kingdom of Romania until its liberation on 29 March 1944 by Red Army.

    • +380 4866
    • 1797
    • 23 m (75 ft)
    • Ukraine
  2. Odessa Oblast - Wikipedia

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    The oblast was established on 27 February 1932 from five districts: Odessa Okruha, Pervomaisk Okruha, Kirovohrad Okruha, Mykolaiv Okruha, and Kherson Okruha. In 1937 the Central Executive Committee of the USSR split off the eastern portions of the Odessa Oblast to form the Mykolaiv Oblast. [citation needed]

    • 33,310 km² (12,860 sq mi)
    • Ukraine
  3. Balta Raion - Wikipedia

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    Balta Raion is located in the northern part of the Odessa Oblast.

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  5. Balta (Ukrainian: Балта; Romanian: Balta) is a city in Odessa Oblast in south-western Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Balta Raion (district), as well as a city of regional significance. Population: 18,993 (2015 est.) The city's population was 19,772 as of the 2001 Ukrainian Census.

  6. Balta, Odessa Oblast - Other languages - Wikipedia

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    Balta, Odessa Oblast is available in 36 other languages. Return to Balta, Odessa Oblast. Languages. Cebuano; Deutsch; eesti; español; Esperanto; français

  7. Category:Balta (Odessa Oblast) - Wikimedia Commons

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    Category:Balta (Odessa Oblast) From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. ... In Wikipedia. Add links. This page was last edited on 10 February 2016, at 13:46.

  8. Odessa Oblast - Wikipedia

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    The name o each oblast is a relative adjective, formed bi addin a feminine suffix tae the name o respective centre ceety: Odessa is the centre o the Odes’ka oblast’ (Odessa Oblast). Maist oblasts are an aa whiles referred tae in a feminine noun form, follaein the convention o traditional regional place names, endin wi the suffix "-shchyna ...

  9. Mykolaivka, Odessa Oblast - Wikipedia

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    Mykolaivka (Ukrainian: Миколаївка, Russian: Николаевка) is an urban-type settlement in the west of Odessa Oblast, Ukraine. It serves as the administrative center of Mykolaivka Raion. Population: 2,840 (2015 est.)

  10. Óblast d'Odesa - Wikipedia

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    L'óblast de Odesa ye un óblast del suroeste d'Ucraína.La so capital ye Odesa.Tien una superficie de 33.000 km², tomando'l 5,5% de territoriu de país. La so población algama en 2013 los 2.395.358 habitantes, cerca de 5% de la población del país.

  11. Odeská oblasť – Wikipédia

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    Odeská oblasť je jedna z 24 administratívnych oblastí Ukrajiny.Má rozlohu 33 310 km² a žije tu 2,388 milióna obyvateľov (podľa sčítania z roku 2006). Hlavným mestom oblasti