Kuty ( , German, Polish: Kuty) is a town in Ukraine, at the Cheremosh river, in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast. It is notable as one of the historical centres and the namesake of a historical region of Pokucie. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kuty"
(Machliniec) Мachliniec was the German name of a small village in the Austrian province of Galizien . It is located at , 16.8 km due east of Stryj, Ukraine and is presently known as Maxлинeць (Makhlynets’). ...more on Wikipedia about "Machliniec"
Medzhybizh ( , , Polish: Międzybórz, Międzyborz or Międzybóż, Mezbizh) is a city in Letychivs'kyi rayon ( Летичівський район), Khmel'nyts'ka oblast', Western Ukraine. It is the birth place of Nachman of Breslav. ...more on Wikipedia about "Medzhybizh"
Nadvirna ( , Nadvirna; Polish: Nadwórna; , Nadvornaya; also spelled Nadwirna or Nadvorna) is a city located in the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in southwestern Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nadvirna"
Nova Kakhovka is a town in southern Ukraine, center of the Novokakhovs'kyi district within Khersons'ka oblast'. It is an important riverport on Dnieper River and Kakhovs'ke artificial lake. Also a site of Tavria Games, Tavriis'ki ihry—the most popular annual international music festival. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nova Kakhovka"
(Novhorod-Siverskyi) Novhorod-Siversky ( ) or Novgorod-Seversky ( ) is a historic town in the Chernihiv Oblast ( province) of Ukraine, on the bank of the Desna River, 200 km from the capital Kiev and 45 km south from the Russian border. Its population is around 15,000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Novhorod-Siverskyi"
Olyka ( Polish Ołyka) is a town in Ukraine in the region of Volhynia. It is located east of Lutsk on the Putilovka river and has approximately 3 800 inhabitants ( 1992). ...more on Wikipedia about "Olyka"
Ostroh ( Ukrainian and Russian Острог, also often spelled Ostrog as it is called in Polish and transliterated from Russian) is a historical town in Ukraine with a population of 14,801 (2001). It is an administrative center of the Ostroh Raion ( district) in the Rivne Oblast of the in the west of Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ostroh"
Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi or Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyy ( , Pereiaslav-Khmel′nyts′kyi) is a town by the Trubizh River in Ukraine's Kiev Oblast, south of Kiev. It has about 25,000 inhabitants. It is also a center of Pereiaslav Raion ( district). It should not be confused with the Khmelnytskyi, a city on the Southern Buh River, also in Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi"
Rohatyn (ukr. Рогатин) - a town on the Hnyla Lypa River and a raion center in Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast. Population: 8800 (2001). ...more on Wikipedia about "Rohatyn"
Rozdilna is a town in the Odes'ka oblast' of Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rozdilna"
Sarata ( , Romanian: Sărata) is a town in south-western Ukraine. Belonging to the historical region of Budjak, administratively it is a raion center in south-western Odessa Oblast. Population 5200 ( 2001). ...more on Wikipedia about "Sarata"
Sarny (Сарни in Ukrainian, meaning deer, pl.) is a town in Rivnens'ka oblast' of Western Ukraine, with a population of 27,700. It is a major railway node on the Slutch river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sarny"
Shpola (Шпола) is a city in the Cherkasy region of Ukraine. As of 2004, its population was 18,400. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shpola"
Skvira (or Skvyra) is a town in Ukraine near Kiev. ...more on Wikipedia about "Skvyra"
Slavuta (Ukrainian: Славута, Polish: Sławuta) is a town in Ukraine, located in Khmelnytskyi Oblast at 50º18 26º52, 80 km from Khmel'nyts'kyi.. It originated as the family seat of the Sanguszko princes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Slavuta"
The city of Stryi (German: Stryj) is located on the left bank of Stryi river on the Carpathian foothills in Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stryi"
Tarascha is a town in central Ukraine, aministratively a center of Tarascha Raion within the Kyivs'ka oblast'. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tarascha"
Trachimbrod is a real place that features in the 2002 novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, Everything Is Illuminated. It is a Jewish shtetl, or village, located in the Ukraine. Safran Foer's story covers the event in the village between 1791, the year in which the shtetl was first named, and 1941, when it was destroyed by the Nazis. The grandfather of Safran Foer's protagonist (who goes by the author's name) was the sole survivor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Trachimbrod"
Tulchyn (Polish: Tulczyn) is a town in Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tulchyn"
Vyzhnytsia ( , Russian: Вижница, German: Wischnitza, Wiznitz, Yiddish: Vizshnits) is a city in Chernivtsi Oblast, faces Cheremosh River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vyzhnytsia" Please inform your friends about www.shortopedia.com
Zabolotiv ( , Polish: Zabłotów, , Zabolotov) is a town in Sniatyn raion ( district) of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast ( province) in Western Ukraine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zabolotiv"
Zbarazh ( Ukrainian/ Russian: Збараж; Polish: Zbaraż; Yiddish: Zbarj) is a town in Galicia, Western Ukraine, in the Oblast of Ternopil, to the northeast of its capital Ternopil. It has about 13.000 inhabitants. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zbarazh"
Zhukiv ( Ukrainian Жуків), is a major village about 18 km north of Brzezany, in Western Ukraine, beside the hill named Huk. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zhukiv"
Zolochiv ( Ukrainian: Золочів, Polish: Złoczew, Złoczów, Yiddish: זלאָטשעװ Zlotshev) is a Ukrainian town in L'vivs'ka oblast'. One of the shtetls. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zolochiv"
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