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In late 2013 (and continuing in early 2014), Ukraine has witnessed deep political and civil unrest over the issue of integration with the rest of Europe. The government has moved away from Europe and towards Russia, which has upset many people in the country.

The term used for this set of protests is "Euro____", which is literally translated into English as "Eurosquare". The missing word is usually a reference to the central Independence square in Kiev, but is also tied closely to civil protest in the country (with links to the 1991 Independence movement).

What Ukrainian word, meaning 'open place' is this, which would also be very familiar to Indian and other Asian ears?

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This day last year: Q.857

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