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Ukraine Map – Map of Ukraine and Surrounding Countries

Download your map of Ukraine for free from this page! Any printable Ukraine map we offer is available as a PDF file. There are several versions, such as a Ukraine regions map, a Ukraine map with major cities, and a map of Ukraine and surrounding countries. All maps are provided in A4 and A4 printing sizes.

Political Map of Ukraine

Our first map shows all the regions (oblasts) with their capitals as well as the major cities of Ukraine. This is our most detailed map of Ukraine, including the countries bordering Ukraine.

All of our maps ignore the current Russian occupation of a large part of the Ukrainian territory as well as the declared annexations based on pseudo-referendums conducted by the pro-Russian administration. Our Ukraine maps respect the Ukrainian borders as of 2013, before the occupation of the Crimean peninsula and much of eastern Ukraine by Russia (Donbas region).

Map of Ukraine

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Further below, we will provide some less detailed variations of this map. Additionally, we offer free printable blank Ukraine maps for download as well.

Where is Ukraine on the Map?

Ukraine is in eastern Europe, bordered by several countries, including Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova. In the south, Ukraine has a coastline along the Black Sea. Kyiv (also spelled Kiev) is the capital and largest city of Ukraine.

Before the Russian attack and the ongoing war, the country had a population of approx. 41 million people.

As of 2023, Ukraine is one of the potential next members of the European Union, for which topic we offer a map of candidate countries for EU membership.

Ukraine Regions Map

The following Ukraine oblast map shows all the country’s regions and the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. However, the oblast capitals are not included.

Ukraine Regions Map

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Here is a list of all the first-level administrative divisions of Ukraine with their capitals and population (estimates of 2021):

  • Autonomous Republic of Crimea – Simferopol – 2 million
  • Cherkasy – Cherkasy – 1.2 million
  • Chernihiv – Chernihiv – 1 million
  • Chernivtsi – Chernivtsi – 900,000
  • Dnipropetrovsk – Dnipro – 3.1 million
  • Donetsk – Donetsk – 4.1 million
  • Ivano-Frankivsk – Ivano-Frankivsk – 1.4 million
  • Kharkiv – Kharkiv – 2.6 million
  • Kherson – Kherson – 1 million
  • Khmelnytskyi – Khmelnytskyi – 1.2 million
  • Kirovohrad – Kropyvnytskyi – 920,000 million
  • Kyiv (city) – Kyiv – 2.9 million
  • Kyiv (oblast) – Kyiv – 1.8 million
  • Luhansk – Luhansk – 2.1 million
  • Lviv – Lviv – 2.5 million
  • Mykolaiv – Mykolaiv – 1.1 million
  • Odesa – Odesa – 2.4 million
  • Poltava – Poltava – 1.4 million
  • Sevastopol – Sevastopol – 385,000
  • Sumy – Sumy – 1 million
  • Ternopil – Ternopil – 1 million
  • Vinnytsia – Vinnytsia – 1.5 million
  • Volyn – Lutsk – 1 million
  • Zakarpattia – Uzhhorod – 1.25 million
  • Zaporizhzhia – Zaporizhzhia – 1.7 million
  • Zhytomyr – Zhytomyr – 1.2 million

Map of Ukraine With Cities

The largest cities in Ukraine are Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, Dnipro, and Donetsk. Kyiv is the capital and largest city of Ukraine. The following Ukraine provinces map shows the oblasts and their capitals.

Ukraine Map with Regions and Capitals

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Before the Russian attack on Ukraine in 2022, the population of the major Ukrainian cities was as follows:

  • Kyiv – 2.9 million
  • Kharkiv – 1.4 million
  • Odesa – 1.0 million
  • Dniprio – 981,000
  • Donetsk – 905,000

Geography of Ukraine

The territory of Ukraine covers 233,062 square miles (603,628 square kilometers), making it the second-largest country in Europe after Russia. Most parts of the country are located on the western edge of the East European Plain. Other landmarks include the Crimean Mountains, which run along the southern coast of the Crimean peninsula, and the Carpathian Mountains in the west.

The East European Plain is a vast plain that covers most of Ukraine and the European part of Russia, Romania, Moldova, the Baltic states, and Belarus. The plain is subdivided into several plateaus and lowland plains. Its highest elevation is 1,138 ft (347 meters) in the Valdai Hills.

The Ural Mountains in the east border the East European Plain, the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea in the south, and the Baltic Sea and the Carpathians in the west, as well as Scandinavia, the Barents Sea, and the Kara Sea in the north. Many large rivers run through the plain, including the Volga, Dnieper, Don, Ural, and Neman. The Dnieper is also the longest river in Ukraine.

Economy of Ukraine

The most important sector of the Ukrainian economy is agriculture. The main agricultural products are wheat, maize, barley, rapeseed, and sunflower oil.

Ukrainian agriculture is heavily export-oriented. Before the Russian invasion in 2022, Ukraine was among the most significant global exporters of wheat and other agricultural products. Many African and Asian countries depended on Ukrainian grain, which led to a shipping agreement between the war parties. Wheat and other agricultural products are shipped through a safe corridor from Ukrainian ports.

Other important sectors of the economy of Ukraine used to be tourism, energy, and information technology.

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Olha Bosenko is an expert cartographer and GIS specialist from Ukraine. With a Master's degree from Donetsk National Technical University and further certifications in GIS and cartography, Olha is highly skilled in geographic information systems. She is proficient in ArcGIS Suite and also uses Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop for her map contributions to World Map Blank.
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