General Government

occupied PolandGeneralgouvernementPoland
Until 1945, the General Government comprised much of central, southern, and southeastern Poland within its prewar borders (and of modern-day Western Ukraine), including the major Polish cities of Warsaw, Kraków, Lwów (now Lviv, renamed Lemberg), Lublin (see Lublin Reservation), Tarnopol (see history of Tarnopol Ghetto), Stanisławów (now Ivano-Frankivsk, renamed Stanislau; see Stanisławów Ghetto), Drohobycz, and Sambor (see Drohobycz and Sambor Ghettos) and others. Geographical locations were renamed in German.

All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland"

In Lviv Oblast and Kiev Oblast as well as in Ternopil the party did not participate in the elections cause it was unable to register its candidates. Yulia Tymoshenko claimed that "fraudulent Batkivshchyna party organisations were registered on orders from Viktor Yanukovych". On 16 November 2010, the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc in the Verkhovna Rada was renamed the Bloc Yulia Tymoshenko-Batkivshchyna. During the presidency of Viktor Yanukovych several criminal cases were opened against Tymoshenko. On 5 August 2011 Tymoshenko was arrested.

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

Ukrainian Greek CatholicUkrainian CatholicUkrainian Catholic Church
Ternopil Oblast — 52%. Vilno archeparchy (Metropolitan of Kiev) → Russia. Polotsk archeparchy (Polotsk) → Russia. Smolensk archeparchy (Smolensk) → Russia. Lutsk-Ostroh eparchy (Lutsk) → Russia. Turow-Pinsk eparchy (Pinsk) → Russia. Volodymyr-Brest eparchy (Volodymyr) → Suprasl eparchy in Germany. Halych-Kamianets eparchy (Lviv) → Lemberg archeparchy (Metropolitan of Galicia) in Austria. Chelm-Belz eparchy (Chelm) → Austria. Przemysl-Sanok eparchy (Przemysl) → Austria. Archeparchy of Lemberg (Lviv, Metropolitan of Galicia). Eparchy of Kulm and Belz (Chelm) → territory lost due to Congress of Vienna.

Pacification of Ukrainians in Eastern Galicia

PacificationPacification of Ukrainians in Eastern Galicia (1930) pacification
Tarnopol Voivodeship - police action - 63 places in 4 counties, military action - 57 places in 5 counties.

Second Polish Republic

PolandPolishinterwar Poland
The Second Polish Republic, commonly known as interwar Poland, refers to the country of Poland in the period between the First and Second World Wars (1918–1939). Officially known as the Republic of Poland (Rzeczpospolita Polska), the state was re-established in 1918, in the aftermath of World War I. The Second Republic ceased to exist in 1939, when Poland was invaded by Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union and the Slovak Republic, marking the beginning of the European theatre of World War II.

Yulia Tymoshenko

Yulia TimoshenkoA 2001 criminal case on state funds embezzlement and tax evasion charges against TymoshenkoJulia Timoschenko
Tymoshenko considers separatist attitudes in Ukraine unacceptable: "Love one another, from Donetsk, Crimea, Luhansk, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Lviv, Ternopil, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv and all the other corners of our native land." According to Tymoshenko, citizens in Russian-speaking Dnipropetrovsk already understood Ukrainian in Soviet times and that problems surrounding the Russian language in Ukraine were "exaggerated and don't exist". Tymoshenko opposes the introduction of Russian as a second official state language.

2002 Ukrainian parliamentary election

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Parliamentary elections were held in Ukraine on 31 March 2002. The Our Ukraine bloc emerged as the largest faction in the Verkhovna Rada, winning 111 of the 447 seats.

1995–96 Ukrainian Cup

1995-961995–961/2 finals
The Ukrainian Cup 1995–96 is the fifth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

Mike Mazurki

Iron Mike Mazurki
Mazurki was born Markiyan (Mykhailo) Mazurkevych (Markijan (Mychajlo) Mazurkiewicz) in the village of Kupchyntsi (in present day Kozova Raion), near what was then Tarnopol, Galicia, Austria-Hungary (now Ternopil, Ukraine). He was from an ethnic Ukrainian family. In 1913, he emigrated with his family to the United States living in Cohoes, New York, just outside Albany, in old mill housing on Olmstead Street with his mother. Mazurki attended LaSalle Institute in Troy, for high school. Upon finishing school, he changed his name to "Mike". He played football and basketball at Manhattan College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1930.

European route E85

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. 🇱🇹 Lithuania 🇧🇾 Belarus 🇺🇦 Ukraine *: Domanove - Kovel - Dubno - Ternopil - Chernivtsi - Porubne 🇷🇴 Romania 🇧🇬 Bulgaria 🇬🇷 Greece *Danube Bridge Klaipėda - Kryžkalnis - Kaunas - Vilnius. Vilnius. Vilnius - Šalčininkai. Beiniakoni - Lida - Slonim - Ivatsevichy. Ivatsevichy (Start of Concurrency with ) - Kobryn (End of Concurrency with ). Siret - Suceava - Săbăoani - Roman - Bacău - Tișița - Focșani - Buzău - Urziceni (Start of concurrency with ) - București (End of concurrency with ). București (Start of concurrency with ) - Giurgiu. Ruse (End of Concurrency with ). Ruse - Byala - Veliko Tarnovo - Stara Zagora - Dimitrovgrad - Haskovo.

2014–15 Ukrainian Cup

2014–15Ukrainian Cup1⁄16 finals
;Notes: The match between FC Ternopil and FC Oleksandriya has been brought forward one day due to schedule conflict as two games are scheduled at Ternopil City Stadium (the other being between Nyva and Vorskla). Мatch to be played at the Stadium of the National University of State Taxation Service of Ukraine in Irpin, since Chaika's home ground Kozak Arena in Petropavlivsk Borschahivka, Kyiv-Sviatoshyn Raion is unsuitable due to its artificial surface. Match to be played on 24 August, Independence Day by mutual agreement of the teams. Match to be played on 24 August, Independence Day by mutual agreement of the teams. Stal Alchevsk withdrew from the competition.

Svoboda (political party)

SvobodaAll-Ukrainian Union "SvobodaSvoboda party
The party's electoral breakthrough was the 2009 Ternopil Oblast local election when they obtained 34.69% of the votes and 50 seats out of 120 in the Ternopil Oblast Council. This was the best result for a far-right party in Ukraine's history. Tyahnybok's candidacy in the 2010 presidential election did not build on the 2009 Ternopil success. Tyahnybok received 1.43% of the vote. Most of his votes he gained in Lviv oblast, Ternopil oblast and Ivano-Frankivsk oblast accounted to 5% of the vote. In the second round, Tyahnybok did not endorse a candidate.

1996–97 Ukrainian Cup

1996–971996—971⁄32 finals Second stage
The 1996–97 Ukrainian Cup is the sixth annual edition of Ukraine's football knockout competition, known as the Ukrainian Cup.

European route E50

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Stryi - Ternopil - Khmelnytskyi - Vinnytsia - Uman - Kropyvnytskyi. Kropyvnytskyi - Oleksandriia - Dnipro - Donetsk - Debaltseve. Debaltseve - Dovzhansky. 🇷🇺 Russia. Shakhty (Start of concurrency with) Rostov-on-Don - Pavlovskaya (End of concurrency with ). Pavlovskaya - Armavir - Mineralnye Vody - Beslan - Makhachkala.

Administrative divisions of Ternopil Oblast

Ternopil Oblast is subdivided into 21 regions: 17 districts (raions) and 4 city municipalities (mis'krada or misto), officially known as territories governed by city councils. Cities under the oblast's jurisdiction:. Ternopil, the administrative center of the oblast. Berezhany Municipality. Cities and towns under the city's jurisdiction:. Berezhany . Chortkiv . Kremenets . Districts (raions):. Berezhany . Borshchiv . Cities and towns under the district's jurisdiction:. Borshchiv . Urban-type settlements under the district's jurisdiction:. Melnytsia-Podilska .

Horyn River

The Horyn River takes its source in the Ternopil Oblast of Ukraine, south of the city of Kremenets, located north of the administrative center of the Ternopil Oblast, Ternopil. The river then flows north, where it makes s-shape formations, through the Ukrainian oblasts of Khmelnitsky and Rivne. The river then flows northeast into the Belarusian voblast of Brest, where it finally flows into the Pripyat River. The atomic power plant Khmelnytskyi, located in the proximity of the city of Netishyn, uses water from the Horyn River for its cooling processes. Before the river was dammed, which created pollution, it was used for irrigation and fishing.

Viacheslav Bohodyelov

He performed in the teams "Nart" Cherkessk, Russia (1992), "Nyva" Ternopil (1992–1994), "Krystal" Chortkiv (1994–1996), FC Oleksandriya (1996–1997), "Krystal" Kherson (1997- 1998), "Metalurh" Donetsk (1998–1999), "Vorskla" Poltava (1998–2000), "Metalist" Kharkiv (2000–2002), "Systema-Boreks" Borodianka (2002–2003), "Polissia" Zhytomyr (2003). Upon termination of career of the player became the football coach. He worked in national junior teams of Ukraine (U16, U17, U18, U19), Dynamo Kyiv, FC Oleksandriya, FC Lviv, FC Nasaf Karshi, FC Volyn Lutsk. * Ukrainian First League bronze medalist (2009, 2010). Uzbek League bronze medalist (2010). Uzbek League silver medalist (2011).

Velyki Birky

Velyki Birky Castle
Velyki Birky is an urban-type settlement in Ternopil Raion, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine. Located on both banks of the river Hnizna Hnyla upper part of Hnizna – left tributaries of Seret, 12 km east of Ternopil. The rivers Terebna and Hnizdechna flow through the territory of the urban village – the left and right are tributaries of Hnizna Hnyla. The modern name, Birky, comes from the ancient Slavonic word “bor”, which means pine forest.

Anastasia Bachynska

Anastasiia Bachynska
Bachynska was born in Ternopil, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine on 4 August 2003. She began gymnastics in 2007. Bachynska made her international debut at the France Top 12 meet in March 2017. She later competed at the Stella Zakharova Cup, sweeping the junior events. In 2018, Bachynska was selected to represent the Ukraine at the 2018 Youth Olympics. She qualified in first place to the all-around and floor exercise finals, second on vault, uneven bars, and balance beam. During the all-around final she finished third behind Giorgia Villa of Italy and Amelie Morgan of Great Britain after falling on floor exercise.

Tovste (urban-type settlement)

Tovste (Товсте; Tолстое; Tłuste; טויסט/טלוסטאַ; טלוסטה) is an urban-type settlement in the Zalischyky Raion (district) of Ternopil Oblast (province) in western Ukraine. Its population is 3,460 as of the 2001 Ukrainian Census. The town is located on the Ternopil—Chernivtsi automobile road in the historic region of Podolia, on the banks of the Tupa River, a tributary of the Seret. Historians date the remains of human settlement in the area back to the 9th century, revealing evidence of the Chernyakhov culture and ancient Kievan Rus' civilizations, as well as the Roman Empire. Historic documents first mentioned the settlement in 1414 as the village of Tolste .

Kozivka, Ternopil Raion

Kozivka is a village in Ternopil Raion of Ternopil Oblast. It is located on the Sorotska river and is the center of the village council with the hamlet of Bodnarka a part of it. Beginning in September 2015, Kozivka became a member of the Velyki Hai Village Council. In 2015, the village had a population of 686 people. Kozivka is the last village belonging to the Ternopil Raion. The neighboring village of Sorotske, with which Kozivka borders, belongs to the Terebovlia Raion. Kozivka is located in the south-eastern part of the Ternopil Raion. The distance to Ternopil, the administrative center of Ternopil Oblast, from the village is approximately 25 km.

Taras Hunczak

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Taras Hunczak (Тарас Гунчак; born on March 13, 1932 in Stare Misto, near Tarnopol, Poland, now Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine) is a historian and professor emeritus at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. He lectures in Ukrainian, Russian, and East-European history. Dr. Hunczak has written extensively on Ukrainian history, the twentieth century in particular. Dr Hunczak gained his undergraduate degree at Fordham University, New York City in 1955. He gained his Master's Degree on 1958, also at Fordham. On 1965, he earned his Ph.D. at the Vienna University. Dr. Hunczak began lecturing at Rutgers University in 1960. Between 1960 and 1984 he was a member of the Rutgers University Senate.

Mshanets, Zboriv Raion

Mshanets is a village in the Zboriv Raion, Ternopil Oblast of Western Ukraine. From 1975 to 1990 the village was called Peremozhne. The area of the village is 1,625 km 2 and it has a population of 728 people. The local government is the Mshanetska village council, and includes the villages Ditkivtsi, Homivka and farmstead Manyuky. The village is located on the shores of the Verkhovynka river (it is the left tributary of the Seret River) at an altitude of 355 m above sea level, which is in eastern of Zboriv Raion. It is situated 26 km from the regional center Ternopil, 40 km from the district center Zboriv (through urban-type settlement Zaliztsi) and 52 km from Brody.

Velykyi Khodachkiv

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Table with number of victims in Tarnopol poviat. Chodaczków w Słowniku geograficznym Królestwa Polskiego. Великий Ходачків.

Trybukhivtsi, Buchach Raion

Trybukhivtsi (Трибухі́вці; Trybuchowce; טריבוחובצה) is a village in the Buchach Raion of the Ternopil Oblast (province of western Ukraine). Small villages Zanyvo and Poperechky is a part of village. Local government is administered by Trybukhivska village council and the population of the village is about 4 308 people. The village is situated in the east of Buchach Raion, it is located on the banks of the river Vilhovets. The village is located at a distance of 8 km from the district center of Buchach along the road Highway T2001 (Ukraine) from Buchach to Chortkiv. A distance to the regional center Ternopil is 71 km and 28 km from Chortkiv.