Zavodske, Poltava Oblast
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Founded in 1928, until 1962 it was known as Stalinka before changing to Chervonozavodske (Ukrainian: Червонозаводське). It was the site of a large World War II tank battle involving the 2nd SS Panzer Division. Following the 2015 law on decommunization the city was renamed early February 2016 to its current name Zavodske. The city is located on the terraces of the left bank of the Sula River in the forest-steppe zone of the Dnieper lowland in the north of the Poltava region - 12 km from the regional center of Lokhvitsa and 160 km from the city of Poltava.
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