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Oleksandr Ryabokon is a former Ukrainian football defender, and currently the head-coach of FC Desna Chernihiv in the Ukrainian Premier League.
FC Desna Chernihiv is a Ukrainian football club based in Chernihiv. The original name of the club was "Avanhard" during its first year of existence.
Oleksandr Ivanovych Yatsenko is a Ukrainian former football player. He currently works at Helios Kharkiv youth academy.
Oleksandr Iasynovyi is a visually impaired Paralympic athlete from Ukraine. He competes in throwing events, specialising in discus.
Oleksandr Yakymenko is a Ukrainian football forward. He is the product of the Chornomorets Odesa Youth school system and played for the reserve squad and youth squad until 2008/2009 season.
Oleksandriia is a city located in Kirovohrad Oblast (region) in central Ukraine. Administratively, Oleksandriia is incorporated as a city of regional significance.
Desna may refer to:
Desna is a river in Russia and Ukraine, a major left tributary of the Dnieper river. The word means "right hand" in the Old East Slavic language.
Desna is an urban-type settlement in Kozelets Raion, Chernihiv Oblast in northern Ukraine. The town's population was 7,180 as of the 2001 Ukrainian Census.
Desna is a very old village located on the banks of the River Jerain in Nalanda district of Bihar state in India. It is approximately 2 miles from Asthawan and 10 miles from Bihar Sharif.
Desna-Starogutsky National Nature Park (also: "Desniansko-Starohutskyi") covers a middle section of the Desna River in northeastern Ukraine, representing the variety of wetland and mixed forest landscapes of the eastern Polesia region.. The park contains two sections, one on the floodplains of the Desna, the other in the southern region of the Bryansk forest on the Russian border.
Desna Sisarich is a New Zealand pop singer who released a handful of songs in the 1970s.
Desná is a short river in the Czech Republic. It is 2.3 km long and is a left tributary of the Kamenice, to which it enters in Tanvald.