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Group's founding owners are natives of Dnipro and made their entire career here. Privatbank , the core of the group, is the largest commercial bank in Ukraine.
Privat Group is in business conflict with the Interpipe , also based in Dnipro area. The influential metallurgical mill company founded and mostly owned by the local business oligarch Viktor Pinchuk.
The company owns the largest national network of retail shops. The main forms of public transport used in Dnipro are trams , buses , electric trolley buses and marshrutkas —private minibuses.
In addition to this there are a large number of taxi firms operating in the city, and many residents have private cars.
The city's municipal roads also suffer from the same funding problems as the trams, with many of them in a very poor technical state.
Major roads and highways are of better quality. In recent years the situation has, however, been improving, with a number of new used trams bought from the German cities of Dresden and Magdeburg,  and a number of roads, including Schmidt Street and Moskovsky Street being reconstructed with modern road-building techniques.
Dnipro also has a metro system , opened in , which consists of one line and 6 stations. Dnipro has some highways crossing through the city.
The most popular routes are from Kiyv , Donetsk , Kharkiv and Zaporizhia. Transit through the city is also available.
As of [update] the city is also seeing construction of a southern urban bypass, which will allow automobile traffic to proceed around the city centre.
This is expected to both improve air quality and reduce transport issues from heavy freight lorries that pass through the city centre.
The largest bus station in eastern Ukraine is located in Dnipro, from where bus routes are available to all over the country, including some international routes to Russia, Poland, Germany, Moldova and Turkey.
It is located near the city's central railway station. In the summertime, there are some routes available by hydrofoils on the Dnieper River , whilst various tourist ships on their way down the river, Kyiv—Kherson—Odessa tend to make a stop in the city.
Dnipro's river port is located close to the area surrounding the central railway station, on the banks of the river. It is a good example of constructivist architecture from the late period of the Soviet Union.
The city is a large railway junction, with many daily trains running to and from Eastern Europe and on domestic routes within Ukraine.
There are two railway terminals, Dnipro Holovnyi main station and Dnipro Lotsmanska south station. Two express passenger services run each day between Kyiv and Dnipro under the name 'Capital Express'.
Other daytime services include suburban trains to towns and villages in the surrounding Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. Most long-distance trains tend to run at night to reduce the amount of daytime hours spent travelling by each passenger.
The city has a river port located on the left bank of the Dnieper. There is also a railroad freight station. There are educational institutions among them schools, gymnasiums and boarding schools.
For children of pre-school age there are institutions, also a lot of out-of -school institutions such as center of out-of-school work.
Eighty-seven institutions that are recognized on all Ukrainian and regional levels. In a survey in June—July , adult respondents reported the following educational levels: .
In the same year as the latter took place, the youth group 'Eksperiment', an organisation promoting increased cultural awareness amongst Ukrainians, was founded in the city.
Honchar was on the 9th place among the best high education institutions in "TOP Ukraine" list. The list below is a list of all current state-organised higher educational institutions not included are non-independent subdivisions of other universities not based in Dnipro.
Currently around 55, students study in Dnipro, a significant number of whom are students from abroad. The city has a variety of theatres plus an Opera and museums of interest to tourists, including the Dmytro Yavornytsky National Historical Museum.
There are also several parks, restaurants and beaches. The major streets of the city were renamed in honour of Marxist heroes during the Soviet era.
Following the law on decommunization these have been renamed. The central thoroughfare is known as Akademik Yavornytskyi Prospekt, a, wide and long boulevard that stretches east to west through the centre of the city.
It was founded in the 18th century and parts of its buildings are the actual decoration of the city. In the heart of the city is Soborna Square, which includes the majestic cathedral founded by order of Catherine the Great in On the square, there are some remarkable buildings: the Museum of History, Diorama "Battle for the Dnieper River World War II ", and also the park in which one can rest in the hot summer.
Walking down the hill to the Dnieper River , one arrives in the large Taras Shevchenko Park which is on the right bank of the river and on Monastyrsky Island.
This island is one of the most interesting places in the city. In the 9th century, the Byzantine monks based a monastery here. A few areas retain their historical character: all of Central Avenue, some street-blocks on the main hill the Nagorna part between Pushkin Prospekt and Embankment, and sections near Globa formerly known as Chkalov park until it was recently renamed and Shevchenko parks have been untouched for years.
The Dnieper River keeps the climate mild. From any of the three hills in the city, one can see a view of the river, islands, parks, outskirts, river banks and other hills.
There was no need to build skyscrapers in the city in Soviet times. The major industries preferred to locate their offices close to their factories and away from the centre of town.
Most new office buildings are built in the same architectural style as the old buildings. A number, however, display more modern aesthetics, and some blend the two styles.
The club was owned by the Privat Group. Note: A bandy team, a basketball team and others use the same name. SC Dnipro-1 is another team emerged in Recently the city built a new soccer stadium; the Dnipro-Arena has a capacity of 31, people and was built as a replacement for Dnipro's old stadium, Stadium Meteor.
The Dnipro Arena was initially chosen as one of the Ukrainian venues for their joint Euro bid with Poland. However, it was dropped from the list in May as the capacity fell short of the minimum 33, seats required by UEFA.
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Our Story. Read More About Us. 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.
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After those changes, Dnepr became a strong contender for the Soviet championship winning it twice: once with Yemets and Zhizdik in , and another one with Yevhen Kucherevsky in Also, in Dnepr became the first professional football club in the Soviet Union.
Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the club took on the Ukrainian version name of Dnipro , the name of the biggest river and one of the major symbols of Ukraine.
The club joined the football federation of the native country and remained one of the top contenders in the newly formed Ukrainian Premier League.
The team received a silver medal in , as well as the bronze in , , , and The team also reached the Ukrainian Cup finals in , and , losing all three to Shakhtar Donetsk.
Dnipro is currently controlled by the Privat Group. In late June , there were rumours that club owner Ihor Kolomoyskyi had stopped funding the club.
The —17 season was disastrous for Dnipro. Due to outstanding debts owed to coach Juande Ramos and his staff, the FFU prevented Dnipro from signing new players other than free agents.
On 26 October , Dnipro was assessed a penalty of 6 points for the same reason. In April , 3 additional points were deducted. At the conclusion of the — season, Dnipro were relegated directly to the Ukrainian Second League third level for the first time in club history.
In the —18 season the club with a new squad started well in the Group B of the Second League, for 13 matches in row going on high positions second-fourth places.
But the points have been deducted once more with their number reaching up to 18 until the end of the season, which resulted in club finishing on 8th place.
Since , Dnipro's home was Meteor Stadium in Dnipropetrovsk.