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FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi is a professional Ukrainian football team that is based in Khmelnytskyi, Khmelnytskyi Oblast, Ukraine. The club competes in the Ukrainian Second League.
Zhytychi is a Ukrainian professional men's volleyball team, based in Zhytomyr, playing in Ukrainian Super League.
Zhytomyr (Ukrainian: Жито́мир, translit. Žytomyr [ʒɪˈtɔmɪr]; Russian: Жито́мир, translit.
Zhytomyr Oblast is an oblast (province) of northern Ukraine.
Zhytomyrska is a Kiev Metro station on Sviatoshynsko-Brovarska Line. The station was opened on 24 May 2003 as part of the westward extension of the Sviatoshynsky radius along with its neighbour Akademmistechko.
Zhytomyrska is a Ukrainian name which may mean: Zhytomyrska (Kiev Metro), a station on the Kiev Metro. Zhytomyrska Oblast of Ukraine.
Zhytomyr Raion is a raion (district) of Zhytomyr Oblast, northern Ukraine. Its administrative centre is located at Zhytomyr, which however does not belong to the district and is incorporated separately as a city of oblast significance.
Zhytomyr International Airport (ICAO: UKKV) is an airport in Zhytomyr, Ukraine.
The Zhytomyr Oblast Council is the regional oblast council (parliament) of the Zhytomyr Oblast (province) located in eastern Ukraine. Council members are elected for five year terms.
Zhytomyr National Agroecological University is the only agrarian higher educational institution with an ecological profile in Ukraine and the only university with national status in Zhytomyr Oblast. The University provides specialists in the majority of national economic sectors in the Ukrainian Polesia .
The Zhytomyr–Berdychiv Offensive operation was a part of the strategic offensive of the Red Army in the right-bank (western) Ukrainian SSR, the Dnieper–Carpathian Offensive. The offensive operation was conducted by the forces of the 1st Ukrainian Front commanded by General of Army Nikolai Vatutin during World War II, from 24 December through to 14 January 1944.