Latitude and longitude of Ukrainian People's Republic

Satellite map of Ukrainian People's Republic

The Ukrainian People's Republic or Ukrainian National Republic (Ukrainian: Українська Народня Республіка, Ukrayins'ka Narodnia Respublika; abbreviated УНР, UNR), or simply Ukraine is the predecessor of modern Ukraine that was declared (on 23 June 1917) at first as a part of the Russian Republic after the Russian Revolution but that proclaimed its independence on 25 January 1918. During its short existence the republic went through several political transformations from the socialist-lenient republic headed by the Central council with its General secretariat to the national republic, led by Directorate and Symon Petlyura. Between April and December 1918 the Ukrainian People's Republic was non-existent and overthrown by the Ukrainian State of Pavlo Skoropadsky. From autumn 1919 it was an ally of the Second Polish Republic. But by then the state de facto was non-existent.

Latitude: 50° 26' 59.99" N
Longitude: 30° 29' 59.99" E

Nearest city to this article: Kiev

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GPS coordinates of Ukrainian People's Republic, Ukraine

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