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MFC Kremin Kremenchuk is a professional football club based in Kremenchuk, Ukraine. The current club is administered by the city of Kremenchuk and was established in 2003, but it traces its heritage to the previously existing clubs of 1959–1970 and 1985–2001.
Kreminna is a city in Luhansk Oblast (region) of Ukraine. It serves as the administrative center of Kreminna Raion.
Kremin Stadium is a football stadium in Kremenchuk, Ukraine. The stadium is a home arena for FC Kremin Kremenchuk.
Kreminna Raion is a raion (district) in Luhansk Oblast of Eastern Ukraine. The administrative center of the raion is the town of Kreminna.
Kreminets is a village in Marinka Raion (district) in Donetsk Oblast of eastern Ukraine, at 23.7 km WSW from the centre of Donetsk city. Kreminets borders from north-east with the Petrovsky District of Donetsk city.
Burials in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis in Moscow began in November 1917, when 240 pro-Bolshevik victims of the October Revolution were buried in mass graves at Red Square. It is centered on both sides of Lenin's Mausoleum, initially built in wood in 1924 and rebuilt in granite in 1929–1930.
Kremenchuk or Kremenchug ( -CHOOG; Russian: Кременчу́г, romanized: Kremenčúg [krʲɪmʲɪnʲˈtɕuk]) an important industrial city in central Ukraine, stands on the banks of the Dnieper River. The city serves as the administrative center of the Kremenchuk Raion ( district) in Poltava Oblast ( province).
Kremnica is a town in central Slovakia. It has around 5,300 inhabitants.
Kremenets is a city of regional significance in the Ternopil Oblast (province) of western Ukraine.
The krem is a musical instrument, a type of bamboo tube zither played by the Jah Hut group of the Orang Asli tribal peoples of Malaysia. The instrument is made of a bamboo tube, open at one end and with some slits for sound-holes; it has two strings, previously made of roots but now often nylon.
Chodes is a municipality in the province of Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. As of 2007, Chodes had a population of 152.