Vladimirovka

Vladimirovka

 

an urban-type settlement in Volnovakha Raion, Donets Oblast, UkrSSR, located 9 km from the railroad station of Velikoanodol’ (Donetsk-Volnovakha line). Population, 7,700 (1969). There is a fireclay plant and a technicum for the fireproofing industry.

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116) In the mental maps of Iuzhno-Sakhalinsk's inhabitants, however, Vladimirovka has such significance as the Russian origin of Toyohara that to this day almost every popular or historical description of the city starts with a reference to that small and short-lived Russian village.
Vladimirovka today features a memorial for the old settlement sharing its name.
Construction began in 1907 east of Vladimirovka, along the lines of a typical Japanese colonial city.
Another case of last-minute refusal to kill was registered in the Ukrainian village of Vladimirovka, in Domanevskii raion of Odessa oblast'.
Earlier, this town was known as Vladimirovka, prior to becoming Toyohara following the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 and the signing of the Treaty of Portsmouth.