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Dnipropetrovsk Organ and Chamber Music Hall. A mix of snow and rain happens usually in December. The best time for visiting the city is in late spring late April and May , and early in autumn: September, October, when the city's trees turn yellow.
Other times are mainly dry with a few showers. Dnipro is a primarily industrial city of around one million people; in being such it has developed into a large urban centre over the past few centuries to become, today, Ukraine's fourth-largest city after Kyiv , Kharkiv and Odesa.
Immediately after its foundation, Dnipro, or as it was then known Yekaterinoslav, began to develop exclusively on the right bank of the Dnieper River.
At first the city developed radially from the central point provided by the Transfiguration Cathedral. Neoclassical structures of brick and stone construction were preferred and the city began to take on the appearance of a typical European city of the era.
Of these buildings many have been retained in the city's older Sobornyi District. Over the next few decades, until the October Revolution in the city did not change much in appearance and the predominant architectural style remained that of neo-classicism.
Notable buildings built in the era preceding the Bolsheviks' rise to power and the establishment of communist Ukraine and later its absorption into the Soviet Union , include the main building of the Dnipro Polytechnic , which was built in —,  the art-nouveau inspired building of the city's former Duma,  the Dnipropetrovsk National Historical Museum, and the Mechnikov Regional Hospital.
Other buildings of the era that did not fit the typical architectural style of the time in Dnipropetrovsk include,  the Ukrainian-influenced Grand Hotel Ukraine, the Russian revivalist style railway station since reconstructed ,  and the art-nouveau Astoriya building on Akademik Yavornitskyi Prospekt.
Stalinist architecture monumental soviet classicism dominates in the city centre. In , a monument to Catherine the Great that stood in front of the Mining Institute was replaced with one of Russian academic Mikhail Lomonosov.
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.
For example, the Emperor Nicholas II Commercial Institute in the city 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 Oles Honchar Dnipro National University.
After the death of Stalin and appointment of Khrushchev , who had spent his early working years in Ukraine, as party secretary, the industrialisation of Dnipropetrovsk became even more profound, with the Southern Yuzhne Missile and Rocket factory being set up in the city.
However, this was not the only development and many other factories, especially metallurgical and heavy-manufacturing plants, were set up in the city.
As a result of all this industrialisation the city's inner suburbs became increasingly polluted and were gradually given over to large, unsightly industrial enterprises.
At the same time the extensive development of the city's left bank and western suburbs as new residential areas began. In in line with the city's renaming a large monumental statue of Grigoriy Petrovsky was placed on the square in front of the city's station.
To this day the city is characterised by its mix of architectural styles, with much of the city's centre consisting of pre-revolutionary buildings in a variety of styles, stalinist buildings and constructivist architecture, whilst residential districts are, more often than not, made up of aesthetically simple, technically outdated mid-rise and high-rise housing stock from the Soviet era.
Despite this, the city does have a large number of 'private sectors' were the tradition of building and maintaining individual detached housing has continued to this day.
Since the independence of Ukraine in and the economic development that followed, a number of large commercial and business centres have been built in the city's outskirts.
Late November about streets, 5 of the 8 city districts and one metro station were renamed to comply with decommunization laws.
The population of the city is about 1 million people. In , the average age of the city's resident population was 40 years. The number of males declined slightly more than the number of females.
The natural population growth in Dnipro is slightly higher than growth in Ukraine in general. This was part of a national trend. The same survey reported the following results for the religion of adult residents.
Dnipro is a major industrial centre of Ukraine. It has several facilities devoted to heavy industry that produce a wide range of products, including cast-iron , launch vehicles , rolled metal, pipes, machinery , different mining combines, agricultural equipment , tractors , trolleybuses , refrigerators, different chemicals and many others.
The city also has big food processing and light industry factories. Many sewing and dress-making factories work for France, Canada, Germany and Great Britain [ citation needed ] , using the most advanced technologies, materials and design.
Dnipro has also dominated in the aerospace industry since the s; construction department Yuzhnoye Design Bureau and Yuzhmash are well known to the specialists [ which?
Metals and metallurgy is the city's core industry in terms of output. Employment in the city is concentrated in large-sized enterprises. With economic conditions improving even further in and , registered unemployment fell to about 4, by the end of Dniproavia , an airline, has its head office on the grounds of Dnipropetrovsk International Airport.
None of the group's capital is publicly traded on the stock exchange. 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: .
At first the city developed radially from the central point provided by the Transfiguration Cathedral. Neo-classical structures of brick and stone construction were preferred and the city began to take on the appearance of a typical European city of the era.
Of these buildings many have been retained in the city's older Zhovtnevy Raion district. Amongst the most important buildings of this era are the Transfiguration Cathedral, and a number of buildings in the area surrounding Dmytra Yavornytskoho Prospekt.
Over the next few decades, until the October Revolution in the city did not change much in appearance and the predominant architectural style remained that of neo-classicism.
Notable buildings built in the era preceding the Bolshevik's rise to power and the establishment of communist Ukraine and later its absorption into the Soviet Union, include the main building of the National Mining University , which was built in —, the art-nouveau inspired building of the city's former Duma , the Dnipro National Historical Museum , and the Mechnikov Regional Hospital.
Other buildings of the era that did not fit the typical architectural style of the time in Dnipro include, the Ukrainian-influenced Grand Hotel Ukraine , the Russian revivalist style railway station since reconstructed , and the art-nouveau Astoriya building on Dmytra Yavornytskoho Prospekt.
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.
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