Ljubaschiwka (Ukrainian Любашівка; Russian Любашёвка / Ljubaschjowka ) is an urban-type settlement in the south of Ukraine, about 165 kilometers north of Odessa. It is the center of the same name Rajons Ljubaschiwka and the settlement municipality also includes the village Schowtnewe ( Жовтневе ).


Today's settlement was founded in the 18th century. 1868 north of the village built with the construction of the railway from Odessa to present-day Kirovohrad (now a part of the railway line Borschschti -Kharkiv ) is a railway station. There was also a large Jewish community in the town. This has been fully sold or extinguished during World War 2. Since 1957 the place has the status of an urban-type settlement.