The important transport highways are gathered in Poltava. The railway ways are pulled to the east in the direction to Kharkov and to Moscow, to the west to Kiev, to the south - to Odessa and Crimea. Here is the highway Poltava - Kishenev started, the line Kiev-Kharkov is passed near the city. The distance up to Moscow is about 924km, to Kiev it is about 333km. There is direct bus and railway connection with all the biggest cities of Ukraine.
Poltava — is an amazing town which is situated on the right bank of the river Vorskla. Poltava recieved it's poetical name from the tributary of Vorskla–Ltava. During many centuries Poltava plays a role of an important cultural and historical city. The most valuable memorials of history and architecture are situated here. Heroical events of the Poltava Battle are immortalized in the architecture of the city.
Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe with the territory of 603,700 sq.km. Its population is 50 million people. The capital and the largest city of Ukraine is Kiev. The neighboring countries of Ukraine are: Belarus, Russia, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova and Poland . To the South Ukraine is washed with Black Sea and Sea of Azov. The country has the sea boarders with Turkey, Bulgaria and Georgia.
The neighboring countries of Ukraine are: Belarus, Russia, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova and Poland . To the South Ukraine is washed with Black Sea and Sea of Azov. The country has the sea boarders with Turkey, Bulgaria and Georgia.
Poltava is the 7th largest city of Ukraine , an industrial,scientific,cultural and agricultural centre of Ukraine. According to the territory, Poltava region occupies 28,8 thousand sq. km and takes the 7th place in Ukraine as well as exceeds the territory of more than 50 countries. The population of Poltava is 315, 000 peoples and is constantly increasing due to internal migration of the village population and student from other regions.
Among the regions of Ukraine, Poltava region is famous for its iron ore, fuel, machine-building and light industry and the agroindustrial complex with developed food industry, sugar production, grain growing, meat and milk cattle breeding.
The Poltava region specializes in oil and gas extraction, iron ore extraction, oil processing, production of lorries and railroad cars, diamond tools, stockinet, leather shoes, sophisticated clothes, butter, grain, sugar, confectionery etc.