[mar-ee-oo-puh l; Russian muh-ryi-oo-puh l]
- a city in SE Ukraine, on the Sea of Azov.
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One man in Donetsk said he visits his parents in Mariupol almost every weekend.
Larger than Mariupol, it boasts an opera house and theater but most stores downtown are closed and few people walk the streets.
Back at the Mariupol checkpoint, a Ukrainian National Guardsmen gave a man with an "old" passport a hard time.
A guardsman told him to get on the bus, and the frontline express drove on again to Mariupol.
Katya Milevski, 18, lives in Donetsk and was taking the trip to Mariupol to give her mother a small dog she carried.
Cereals are exported in large quantities via the Dnieper, the Sevastopol railway, and the port of Mariupol.
- a port in SE Ukraine, on an estuary leading to the Sea of Azov. Pop: 485 000 (2005 est)Former name (1948–91): Zhdanov
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