Mariupol is located on the Sea of Azov coast in eastern Ukraine. It is the administrative centre of Mariupol Raion, which is part of Donetsk Oblast.
The city lies on the banks of the Marneuli River, which flows into the sea through the Marneuli Canal.
Mariupol is located in Ukraine, which is part of the country known as the Republic of Crimea.
It is also located near the Black Sea coast.
Where is Mariupol in Ukraine?
Mariupol is located in Ukraine, about 1 hour away from Kiev.
Mariupol is a city with a population of over 500 thousand people.
Mariupol was founded in 1794 and became famous for its steel production.
In World War II, Mariupol was occupied by Nazi Germany and then again by Soviet troops.
After the war, Mariupol became part of Ukrainian SSR.
Mariupol is known for its steel industry and shipbuilding.