Strilkove

Strilkove is a village in the of the . In 2001 its population was 1,372, and was predominantly ethnic Russian. The village became a focal point in the 2014 Russian military intervention in Ukraine.
Latitude
45.9038° or 45° 54' 13.7" north
Longitude
34.8754° or 34° 52' 31.3" east
Open Location Code
8GQPWV3G+G4
Population
1,370
Elevation
5 metres (16 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 337692818
Geo­Names ID
692440
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Also Known As

  • Chechen: Стрелковое
  • Chinese: Strilkove
  • Chinese: 斯特里尔科韦
  • Chinese: 斯特里爾科韋
  • Crimean Tatar: Çoqraq
  • Croatian: Strilkove
  • Estonian: Strilkove
  • German: Strilkowe
  • Italian: Strilkove
  • Latvian: Strilkove
  • Min Nan Chinese: Strilkove
  • Portuguese: Strilkove
  • Romanian: Strilkove, Henicesk
  • Romanian: Strilkove
  • Russian: Стрелковое
  • Russian: Чокрак
  • Spanish: Strelkovoye
  • Spanish: Strelkóvoye
  • Spanish: Strilkove
  • Swedish: Strilkove
  • Ukrainian: Strilkove
  • Ukrainian: Стрілкове
  • Chokrak

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