Some of the principal cities, waterways, and main roads in Ukraine. Vectormap.Net provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date vector maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF and other formats, designed for editing and printing. Please read the vector map descriptions carefully.
- Kyiv (Kiev): The capital and largest city of Ukraine, situated in the north-central part of the country on the Dnieper River.
- Kharkiv: Located in the northeast, Kharkiv is the second-largest city in Ukraine and an important industrial and cultural center.
- Odesa (Odessa): A major seaport on the Black Sea, Odesa is known for its historic architecture, cultural diversity, and maritime importance.
- Lviv: Located in the western part of Ukraine, Lviv is a cultural and historical hub with well-preserved architecture from different periods.
- Dnipro (Dnipropetrovsk): Situated on the Dnieper River, Dnipro is an important industrial city in the central part of Ukraine.
- Dnieper River: The Dnieper is the longest river in Ukraine, flowing from north to south, passing through major cities such as Kyiv and Dnipro before emptying into the Black Sea.
- Dniester River: This river flows in the western part of Ukraine, passing through cities like Ivano-Frankivsk and Ternopil, and eventually reaching the Black Sea.
- Southern Bug River: Flowing through the western and central parts of Ukraine, the Southern Bug River is a tributary of the Dnieper.
- Black Sea: The Black Sea, located to the south of Ukraine, is a significant body of water and a major economic and strategic asset for the country.
- M (International/European routes): Ukraine has an extensive network of international and national roads, and the M-roads connect major cities. For example, the M-01 connects Kyiv and Odesa.
- E (European routes): European routes also pass through Ukraine, connecting it with neighboring countries. For instance, the E40 runs from Calais, France, to Ridder, Kazakhstan, passing through Kyiv.
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