It received this name, which literally means Independence Square, in 1991, as a result of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the Declaration of Independence of Ukraine.
Since then it hosts both political rallies and non-political events.
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Population: 1 million inhabitants Main attractions: Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre, City Garden, Odessa Archaeological Museum, Shevchenko Park, Avenue of Stars, Transfiguration Cathedral, Potemkin Stairs or Steps, Hretska Square, Odessa Catacombs, Dumskaya Square, Vorontsov Lighthouse, Primorsky Boulevard, Independence Square, Humorina parade (on the first of April) along Deribasovskaya Street Nearest Airports: Odessa International Airport (ODS), 7 km southwest from the city centre Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the live streaming webcams to have a glimpse of the city action.
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View all the live streaming video cameras operating in Ukraine.Adolf Hitler sited his easternmost headquarters FHQ Wehrwolf near the town and spent a number of weeks there in 1942 and early 1943.Nazi atrocities were committed in and near Vinnytsia by Einsatzgruppe D.Vinnytsia has been an important trade and political center since the fourteenth century, when Fedir Koriatowicz, the nephew of the Lithuanian Duke Olgerd, built a fortress (1363) against Tatar raiders on the banks of the Southern Bug.From that time on, the town became a factor in ongoing disputes between Lithuania, Tatars (who burnt the fortress in 1580), Poland, Turkey (which ruled the city and region from 1672 to 1699), Cossacks and eventually Russia, which annexed the city and region following the Second Partition of Poland in 1793.