Tsiurupynsk (Ukrainian: Цюру́пинськ, Tsyurupynsk, Russian: Цюру́пинск, Tsyurupinsk) is a city in Kherson Oblast (province) of Ukraine that until 1928 was called Oleshky. It is the oldest city of the oblast and one of the oldest in the southern Ukraine. Population of it is 30,123 (2001).
It was named after Alexander Tsiurupa, the former Soviet Trade Minister and the chief of Gosplan. Tsiurupa was born in the city which was renamed after he died in 1928.
In 1925 town was renamed to Tsiurupynsk from Oleshky, its original name
On November 21, 2007 the city council accepted the decision (#296) to rename the city back to Oleshky. The deputies of the city and the district councils as well as the local cossacks wrote a letter to the President of Ukraine requesting for the decision to be carried out.