Dymkin Dynka Island

This island in the Kremenchug region at different times was called differently (Dymkin Dynka)
In 1913, large-scale dredging began to destroy the stone fences on the fairway. On the island of Dinka, they decided to arrange temporary, albeit quite capital housing for workers, which later turned into an entire island settlement. Back in the early 1960s, workers of the river port, mostly buoy workers, lived on it. After the construction of the river port on First Zanasyp, all workers were evicted, providing new housing in the city.
Source: Book “Kremenchuk, Beloved City” 2019