Der FK Dnipro (ukrainisch ФК Дніпро; UEFA-Transkription FC Dnipro; russisch ФК Дне́пр, FK Dnepr) war ein ukrainischer Fußballverein aus der Stadt Dnipro. Da der Name der Stadt bis Dnipropetrowsk lautete, war der Verein im deutschsprachigen Raum als Dnipro Dnipropetrowsk bekannt. Mit Miroslav Klose in der Startelf hat Lazio Rom in der Europa League Gruppenplatz eins und den Einzug in die K.o.-Runde gesichert. Auch ohne Mario Gomez. Das Light Hotel begrüßt Sie in Dnipro, 1,6 km von der Industrie- und Handelskammer Dnipropetrowsk entfernt. Freuen Sie sich auf klimatisierte Unterkünfte und.
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BRIT played its games in the "Sokil" stadium, a small venue located at the corner of Pushkin and Yuriy Savchenko streets, which it shared with four other clubs.
The team participated during the first season under the name Petrovsky factory, which was changed in to "Petrovets. In , the team re-entered the Soviet competition after merging with another club from Dnipropetrovsk, Dynamo Dnipropetrovsk.
From until , the team was called Metalurh "metal worker". From —, it was relegated to amateur status due to poor results.
In , the team was handed over to its new sponsor, the Yugmash the Southern machine-producing factory , which at that time was one of the most powerful factories in the entire Soviet Union and was funded by the Ministry of Defense.
It was part of the Zenit volunteer sports society. The new sponsor changed the team's name to the Russian name of Dnieper River, Dnepr , as the Russian was the accepted language of the Soviet Union and the Soviet government.
After that, it took the team three years to get promoted to the Soviet Top League and eventually finished in sixth place in In , the team was relegated to the lower league for two years.
Their next return to the top flight was not as inviting as their first one and the team languished at the bottom of the table for several years.
After those changes, Dnepr became a strong contender for the Soviet championship winning it twice: once with Yemets and Zhizdik in , and another one with Yevhen Kucherevsky in Also, in Dnepr became the first professional football club in the Soviet Union.
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the club took on the Ukrainian version name of Dnipro , the name of the biggest river and one of the major symbols of Ukraine.
The club joined the football federation of the native country and remained one of the top contenders in the newly formed Ukrainian Premier League.
The team received a silver medal in , as well as the bronze in , , , and The team also reached the Ukrainian Cup finals in , and , losing all three to Shakhtar Donetsk.
At the beginning of the 15th century, Tatar tribes inhabiting the right bank of the Dnieper were driven away by the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
By the midth century, the Nogai who lived north of the Sea of Azov and the Crimean Khanate invaded these lands. It was in this time that a new force appeared: the free people, the Cossacks.
This was a period of raids and fighting causing considerable devastation and depopulation in that area; the area became known as the Wild Fields.
Archeological findings strongly suggest that the first fortified town in what is now Dnipro was probably built in the mid- 16th century.
There is currently a project to restore it and create a tourist centre and park-museum. Rzeczpospolita relinquished its control over the area with signing of the Treaty of Perpetual Peace and, thus, handing over Zaporizhia to Russia.
In Zaporozhian Cossacks and Tatar forces unsuccessfully tried to destroy the Russian troops in the town's Bohorodytsia Fortress built for the Russian Tsar but ended up destroying the unprotected lower town only.
In the mids Russians troops returned to the Bohorodytsia Fortress. It was located at the present centre of the city to the West to district of Central Terminal and the Ozyorka farmers market.
Cossacks and the Russian army had fought against the Ottoman Empire for control of this area in the Russo-Turkish War — In , Prince Grigori Potemkin was appointed governor of Novorossiya , and after the destruction of the Zaporozhian Sich, he started founding cities in the region and encouraging foreign settlers.
Prior to the city currently called Dnipro was known as Ekaterinoslav , which could be approximately rendered as "the glory of Catherine", with reference to Catherine the Great , who reigned as Empress of Russia from to The ceremonial laying the foundation of Yekaterinoslav as the centre of the Yekaterinoslav Viceroyalty took place on 20 May on the hill where Zhovtneva Square is now.
Potemkin had extremely ambitious plans for the city. In at the hilly part of the city was built the Potemkin's princely palace on draft of Ivan Starov.
Nevertheless, the cathedral as originally designed was never to be built. The site for the Potemkin palace was bought from retired Cossack yesaul colonel Lazar Hloba, who owned much of the land near the city.
Part of Lazar Hloba's gardens still exist and are now called Hloba Park. A combination of yet another Russo-Turkish war that broke out later in , bureaucratic procrastination, defective workmanship, and theft resulted in what was built being less than originally planned.
Construction stopped after the death of Potemkin and of his sponsor, Empress Catherine , who was succeeded by her son Emperor Paul I - known for his open antipathy to his mother's policies and undertakings.
Plans were reconsidered and scaled back. The size of the cathedral was reduced, and construction finished only in In in the city started to operate a big treasury-sponsored manufacture that consisted of two factories: cloth factory that was transferred here from town of Dubrovny Mogilev Governorate along with workers and serf-peasants and silk-stockings factory that was brought from village of Kupavna near Moscow.
Work conditions at those factories as well as during initial development of the city were harsh. From to ,  the city was renamed as Novorossiysk by the Russian Emperor Paul I of Russia ,  when it served as a centre of the recreated Novorossiya Governorate , and subsequently, till , of the Ekaterinoslav Governorate.
The city business in majority was based in processing of agricultural raw materials. Despite the bridging of the Dnieper in and the growth of trade in the early 19th century, Ekaterinoslav remained small until the s, when the railway was built and industrialization of the city began.
The Donetsk coal was necessary for smelting pig-iron from the Kryvyi Rih ore, producing a need for a railway to connect Yozovka with Kryvyi Rih.
Permission to build the railway was given in , and it opened in The railway crossed the Dnieper at Ekaterinoslav. The city grew quickly; new suburbs appeared: Amur, Nyzhnodniprovsk and the factory areas developed.
In , Ekaterinoslav became the third city in the Russian Empire to have electric trams. Russian defeat in the Russo-Japanese War in , among other things, resulted in widespread revolts against the government in many places of Russia, Ekaterinoslav being one of the major hot spots.
There was a wave of anti-Semitic attacks. From to , the historian of the Zaporozhian Cossacks , Dmytro Yavornytsky , was Director of the Dnipro Museum, which was later named after him.
Before his death in , Yavornytsky wrote a History of the City of Ekaterinoslav , which lay in manuscript for many years. It was only published in as a result of the Gorbachev reforms.
After the Russian February revolution in , Ekaterinoslav became a city within autonomy of Ukrainian People's Republic under Tsentralna Rada government.
In November , the Bolsheviks led a rebellion and took power for a short time. On 5 April the German army took control of the city.
In the time of the Ukrainian Directorate government, with its head Symon Petliura , the city had periods of uncertain power.
Military operations of the Red Army , which came in from the North, captured the city in , and despite attempts by Russian General Wrangel in , he was unable to reach Yekaterinoslav.
The War ended the following year. The city was renamed after the Communist leader of Ukraine Grigory Petrovsky in Dnipropetrovsk was under Nazi occupation from 26 August  to 25 October As early as July , the State Committee of Defence in Moscow decided to build a large military machine-building factory in Dnipropetrovsk on the location of the pre-war aircraft plant.
In December , thousands of German prisoners of war began construction and built the first sections and shops in the new factory. This was the foundation of the Dnipropetrovsk Automobile Factory.
Joseph Stalin suggested special secret training for highly qualified engineers and scientists to become rocket construction specialists.
In the administration of this automobile factory opened a secret design office with the name "Southern" konstruktorskoe biuro Yuzhnoe — in Russian to construct military missiles and rocket engines.
Hundreds of talented physicists, engineers and machine designers moved from Moscow and other large cities in the Soviet Union to Dnipropetrovsk to join this "Southern" design office.
In , the secret Plant No. The first "General Constructor" and head of the "Southern" design office was Mikhail Yangel , a prominent scientist and outstanding designer of space rockets, who managed not only the design office, but the entire factory from to Yangel designed the first powerful rockets and space military equipment for the Soviet Ministry of Defence.
In the Southern Machine-building Factory began manufacturing and testing new military rockets for the battlefield.
The range of these first missiles was only kilometres miles. By Soviet scientists and engineers developed new technology, and as a result, the "Southern" design office KBYu — as abbreviated in Russian started a new machine-building project making ballistic missiles.
During the s, these powerful rocket engines were used as launch vehicles for the first Soviet space ships. During Makarov's directorship, Yuzhmash designed and manufactured four generations of missile complexes of different types.
These included space launch vehicles Kosmos , Tsyklon-2 , Tsyklon-3 and Zenit. Enjoy a diverse student atmosphere. Restaurants and Bars to suit your taste and needs.
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For example, the Emperor Nicholas II Commercial Institute in Dnipro was reconstructed to serve as the administrative centre for the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, a function it fulfils to this day.
Other buildings, such as the Potemkin Palace were given over to the proletariat, in this case as the students' union of the Dnipro National University.
After the s, the industrialisation of Dnipro became even more profound, with the Southern Yuzhne Missile and Rocket factory being set up in the city.
However, this was not the only development and many other factories, especially metallurgical and heavy-manufacturing plants, were set up in the city.
At this point Dnipro became one of the most important manufacturing cities in the Soviet Union, producing many goods from small articles like screws and vacuum cleaners to aircraft engine pieces and ballistic missiles.
As a result of all this industrialisation the city's inner suburbs became increasingly polluted and were gradually given over to large, unsightly industrial enterprises.
At the same time the estensive development of the city's left bank and western suburbs as new residential areas began.
The low-rise tenant houses of the Khrushchev era Khrushchyovkas gave way to the construction of high-rise prefabricated apartment blocks similar to German Plattenbaus.
In in line with the city's renaming a large monumental statue of Grigoriy Petrovsky was placed on the square in front of the city's station.
To this day the city is characterised by its mix of architectural styles, with much of the city's centre consisting of pre-revolutionary buildings in a variety of styles, stalinist buildings and constructivist architecture, whilst residential districts are, more often than not, made up of aesthetically simple, technically outdated mid-rise and high-rise housing stock from the Soviet era.
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