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Milowe
Мілове
Wappen fehlt
Milowe (Ukraine)
Milowe (49° 22′ 23″ N, 40° 8′ 16″O)
Milowe
Basic data
Oblast: Luhansk oblast
Rajon: Milowe Rajon
Height: 192 m
Area: 6.05 km²
Residents: 5.840 (2017)
Population Density: 965 inhabitants per km²
Postcodes: 92500
Area code: +380 6465
Geographical Location: 49° 22′ N, 40° 8′ ECoordinates 49° 22′ 23″ N, 40° 8′ 16″ O
KOATUU: 4422855100
Management breakdown: 1 settlement of urban type
Address: вул. Луначарського 73
92500 смт. Мілове
Website: http://mil.loga.gov.ua/lsoviets/mel/
Statistical information
Milowe (Oblast Luhansk)
Milowe (49° 22′ 23″ N, 40° 8′ 16″O)
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Milowe (ukrainian Мілове; Russian Меловое

) is an urban-type settlement located in Luhansk Oblast in the far east of Ukraine on the Russian-Ukrainian border.

Lenin monument in the village

The village with about 5800 inhabitants (2017[1]) has a border crossing to the village of Chertkovo (Russian: Чертково), located in the Russian Rostov Oblast.

Milowe is the administrative center of the Milowe Rajon and is located 140 km north of the oblast center of Luhansk.
The locality was founded as a hamlet in 1872 during the completion of the Voronezh-Rostov railway line, officially became a village in 1924, and an urban-type settlement in 1938.[2]

The railway line of the North Caucasian Railway separates Milowe from the Russian village of Chertkovo with the railway station located there.

Population

Population development
1959 1970 1979 1989 2001 2010 2017
4.592 5.159 5.444 5.921 5.627 5.975 5.840

Source:[1]

Personalities

  • Denys Harmash (* 1990), Ukrainian football player

Web links

Commons: Milowe– Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual references

  1. a b Cities in Ukraine at pop-stat.mashke.org; retrieved 14 October 2018
  2. History of Milowe in the History of Towns and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR; retrieved 14 October 2018 (Ukrainian)