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. FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk: Alle News und Infos. Darüber hinaus Transfers, Ergebnisse, Spielplan und Statistiken. 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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Create a Trip. Essential Dnipro. Go Play. Places to see, ways to wander, and signature experiences. See all. Stalinist architecture monumental Soviet classicism dominates in the city centre.
Once the bolsheviks had taken power in Dnipro the city was gradually purged of tsarist-era monuments and monumental architecture was stripped of Imperial coats of arms and other non-socialist symbolism.
In , a monument to Catherine the Great that stood in front of the Mining Institute was replaced with one of Russian academic Mikhail Lomonosov.
Later, due to damage from the Second World War, a number of large buildings were reconstructed. The main railway station , for example, was stripped of its Russian-revival ornamentation and redesigned in the style of Stalinist social-realism, whilst the Grand Hotel Ukraine survived the war but was later simplified much in design, with its roof being reconstructed in a typical French mansard style as opposed to the ornamental Ukrainian baroque of the pre-war era.
Other badly damaged buildings were, more often than not, demolished completely and replaced with new structures. This is one of the main reasons why much of Dnipro central avenue, Dmytra Yavornytskoho Prospekt, is designed in the style of Stalinist Social Realism.
Many pre-revolution buildings were also reconstructed to suit new purposes. 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.
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. Under the leadership of Yangel's successor, V.
Yuzhmash engineers manufactured technical devices that were launched in artificial satellites Sputniks. For the first time in the world space industry, the Dnipropetrovsk missile plant organised the serial production of space Sputniks.
By the s, this plant manufactured 67 different types of space ships, 12 space research complexes and four defence space rocket systems.
These systems were used not only for purely military purposes by the Ministry of Defence, but also for space research, for global radio and television networks, and for ecological monitoring.
Yuzhmash initiated and sponsored the international space program of socialist countries, called Interkosmos. On the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union, KBYu had 9 regular and corresponding members of the Soviet Academy of Sciences , 33 full professors and scientists holding a PhD They awarded scientific degrees and presided over a prestigious graduate school at KBYu, which attracted talented students of physics from all over the USSR.
More than 50, people worked at Yuzhmash. At the end of the s, Yuzhmash became the main Soviet design and manufacturing centre for different types of missile complexes.
The Soviet Ministry of Defence included Yuzhmash in its strategic plans. The military rocket systems manufactured in Dnipropetrovsk became the major component of the newly born Soviet Missile Forces of Strategic Purpose.
According to contemporaries, Yuzhmash was a separate entity inside the Soviet state. Chelomei a successor of Koroliov , Yuzhmash rocket designs won in Since that time leaders of the Soviet military industrial complex preferred Yuzhmash rocket models.
By the end of the s, this plant became the major centre for designing, constructing, manufacturing, testing and deploying strategic and space missile complexes in the Soviet Union.
The general designer and director of Yuzhmash supervised the work of numerous research institutes, design centres and factories all over the Soviet Union from Moscow, Leningrad and Kyiv , to Voronezh and Yerevan.
The Soviet state provided billions of Soviet rubles to finance Yuzhmash projects. Officially, Yuzhmash manufactured agricultural tractors and special kitchen equipment for everyday needs, such as mincing-machines or juicers for civilian Soviet households.
In official reports for the general audience there was no information about the production of rockets or spaceships.
This missile plant became a significant factor in the arms race of the Cold War. According to the Soviet government's decision, the city of Dnipropetrovsk was officially closed to foreign visitors in No citizen of a foreign country even of the socialist ones was allowed to visit the city or district of Dnipropetrovsk.
After the late s ordinary Soviet people called Dnipropetrovsk "the rocket closed city. In June ,  the women's department of Dnipropetrovsk preliminary prison was destroyed in prison riots.
In the ten years that followed, women under investigation i. Journeys from Kryviy Rih took up to six hours in special railway carriages with grated windows.
Some prisoners had to do this 14 or 15 times. After complaints by the ombudsman Nina Karpacheva the head of the State prison department of Ukraine Vladimir Levochkin arranged that finances were given for the provision of women's cells in Dnipropetrovsk Preliminary Prison, making the lives of the 15, unconvicted women-detainees easier from August In , the most powerful representative of the "Dnipropetrovsk Faction" in Ukrainian politics was Leonid Kuchma , the former President of Ukraine and former senior manager of Yuzhmash.
In June and July , Dnipropetrovsk experienced a wave of random serial killings that were dubbed by the media as the work of the " Dnipropetrovsk maniacs ".
On 27 April , four bombs exploded near four tram stations in Dnipropetrovsk, injuring 26 people. During the Euromaidan regional state administration occupations protests against President Viktor Yanukovych were also held in Dnipropetrovsk.
According to media reports, Dnipropetrovsk was relatively quiet during the pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine , with pro-Russian Federation protestors outnumbered by those opposing outside intervention.
In order to comply with the decommunization law the city was renamed Dnipro in May , after the river that flows through the city. It is a city municipality that is designated as a separate district within its oblast.
Administratively, the city is divided into "districts in city" "raiony v misti". Presently, there are 8 of them. Aviatorske , an urban-type settlement located near the Dnipropetrovsk International Airport , is also a part of Dnipro Municipality.
The City Council Assembly makes up the administration's legislative branch, thus effectively making it a city 'parliament' or rada.
The municipal council is made up of 12 elected members, who are each elected to represent a certain district of the city for a four-year term.
The current council was elected in The council has 29 standing commissions which play an important role in the oversight of the city and its merchants.
Dnipro has five single-mandate parliamentary constituencies entirely within the city, through which members of parliament MPs are elected to represent the city in Rada.
At the last general election , were won by PPB and independent candidates with. In multimember districts city voted for Opposition Bloc, union of all political forces that did not endorse Euromaidan.
In the last decades the city has generally supported candidates belonging to the Party of Regions and in the s Communist Party of Ukraine in national and local elections.