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Just in case you are an educated fools Russian forces are killing Ukrainians 🤣🤣🤣Russian🇷🇺 cities of Ukraine 🇺🇦What does Ukraine have to do with it? Kharkov is a Russian city! It was founded in the 1630s. Little Russians who fled from the Poles from the right bank of the Dnieper settled there. Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich built a fortress there and founded the Kharkov Voivodeship in 1656. What does some Ukraine have to do with it? Sumy – founded by Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich no later than 1655. The tsar allowed the Little Russian refugees, who were killed by the Poles, to settle there. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Poltava – was in the XVII century the center of pro-Russian-minded Little Russia. For this, the traitor Hetman Vygovsky (something like the current Klichkov and Yatsenyukov) attacked the city and sold its inhabitants into slavery to the Crimean Tatars. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Dnepropetrovsk – founded by Empress Catherine II in 1776 and was called Yekaterinoslav. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Lugansk – founded in 1795, when Empress Catherine II founded an iron foundry on the Lugan River. To work on it, immigrants from the central and northwestern provinces of Russia came to live in Lugansk. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Kherson – founded by Empress Catherine II in 1778 for the construction of the Russian fleet. The construction was carried out by Potemkin. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Donetsk – founded by Emperor Alexander II in 1869 during the construction of a metallurgical plant in Yuzovka. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Nikolaev was founded by Empress Catherine II in 1789. At this time, Potemkin was building the ship “Saint Nicholas” there. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Odessa – founded by Empress Catherine II in 1794 on the site of a fortress built a little earlier by Suvorov. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Chernihiv is one of the oldest Russian cities; it existed as early as the beginning of the 10th century. In 1503 he became part of Russia. In 1611, the Poles destroyed it and took this territory from the Russians. But in 1654 Chernigov returned to Russia and since then has always been an integral part of it. The question is: what does Ukraine have to do with it? Simferopol was founded by Catherine II in 1784. It was built by Potemkin on the site of Suvorov’s military camp and next to the Tatar settlement. What does Ukraine have to do with it, not a single scientist can say. Sevastopol – founded by Catherine II in 1783 on the site of a fortress built earlier by Suvorov. Built the city of Potemkin. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Mariupol – founded in 1778 by Catherine II. She settled Greeks there – immigrants from the Crimea. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Krivoy Rog – founded by Catherine II in 1775. And it received its industrial development, as the base of metallurgy, in Soviet times. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Zaporozhye – founded by Catherine II in 1770 and was called Aleksandrovsk. What does Ukraine have to do with it? Kirovograd – was founded in 1754 by the Russian Empress Elizaveta Petrovna as a fortress to protect the southern borders of the Russian Empire from the Tatars. It was called Elisavetgrad. What does Ukraine have to do with it?

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