Buchach (Бучач; Buczacz; בעטשאָטש.or ביטשאטש (Bitshtosh); Buch'ach; Bucaş) is a city located on the Strypa River (a tributary of the Dniester) in Ternopil Oblast (province) of Western Ukraine.wikipedia
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Buchach (Бучач; Buczacz; בעטשאָטש.or ביטשאטש (Bitshtosh); Buch'ach; Bucaş) is a city located on the Strypa River (a tributary of the Dniester) in Ternopil Oblast (province) of Western Ukraine.
Important cities are Buchach, Chernivtsi, Drohobych, Halych (hence - Halychyna), Ivano-Frankivsk, Khotyn, Lutsk, Lviv, Mukacheve, Rivne, Ternopil, Uzhhorod and others.

Buchach Raion

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It is the administrative center of the Buchach Raion, and rests 135 km south east of Lviv, in the historic region of Halychyna (Galicia).
Its administrative center is Buchach.

Treaty of Buchach

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Buchach was a temporary residence of Mehmed IV; here, on October 18, 1672, the Treaty of Buchach was signed between Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Ottoman Empire.

Ternopil Oblast

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Buchach (Бучач; Buczacz; בעטשאָטש.or ביטשאטש (Bitshtosh); Buch'ach; Bucaş) is a city located on the Strypa River (a tributary of the Dniester) in Ternopil Oblast (province) of Western Ukraine.
In town of Buchach was born a Nobel Prize recipient, writer Shmuel Yosef Agnon.

Strypa River

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Buchach (Бучач; Buczacz; בעטשאָטש.or ביטשאטש (Bitshtosh); Buch'ach; Bucaş) is a city located on the Strypa River (a tributary of the Dniester) in Ternopil Oblast (province) of Western Ukraine.
The major centers located along the river include Zboriv, Buchach, and Zarvanytsia.

Buchach Castle

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On July 28, 1379, Michał Awdaniec founded a Roman Catholic parish church, and built a castle.
Buchach castle is a ruin of a medieval castle, located in Buchach, Ternopil oblast, Ukraine.

Stefan Aleksander Potocki

Mikołaj Bazyli Potocki, the Starosta of Kaniv, Bohuslav, the son of Stefan Aleksander Potocki, Voivode of Belz, who became a Greek-Catholic about 1758, built here Buchach cityhall with a 35-meter tower (near 1751), a late Baroque Roman Catholic Church (1761–1763), and rebuilt the castle, destroyed by the Turks.
— 1726/1727), the Polish nobleman, Voievoda of Belz, with 2-d wife Joanna Sieniawska was founders of Basilian monastery in Buchach (UGCC) in Lublin on December 7, 1712.

Mykola Bevz

Mykola Bevz (19 December 1954, Buchach) — Ukrainian scientist, architect, member of ICOMOS from Ukraine.

Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria

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In 1772, Eastern Galicia together with other areas of southwestern Poland, became a part of Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria — a crownland of the Habsburg Monarchy as part of the First Partition of Poland.

Nataliya Katser-Buchkovska

Nataliya Katser-Buchkovska (Ukrainian Наталія Кацер-Бучковська, born on March 15, 1983, in Buchach, Ternopil oblast, Ukraine), is a member of the "People's Front" political party and is a People's Deputy in the Ukrainian Parliament (8th convocation of the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada).

Jaroslaw Padoch

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Jaroslaw Padoch (as an author of articles in "Encyclopedia of Ukraine" as Yaroslav Padoch ) (Ярослав Миколайович Падох, December 14, 1908, Buchach, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, now Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine — August 28, 1998, New York City, United States) — was one of the most important Ukrainian scientist, lawyer, journalist, editor and public figure.

Polish–Ottoman War (1672–1676)

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In 1580, local castle was rebuilt: the castle was twice besieged by the Tatars (1665, 1667), who finally captured it in 1672, during the Polish–Ottoman War (1672–76).
The peace treaty partially reversing those from Buczacz: the Ottomans kept approximately two thirds of the territories they gained in 1672, and the Commonwealth no longer was obliged to pay any kind of tribute to the Empire; a large number of Polish prisoners were released by the Ottomans.

Max Nomad

Max Nomad (1881, Buchach, Halychyna, now Ukraine – 1973) is the pseudonym of Austrian author and educator Maximilian Nacht.

Bohdan A. Futey

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Futey was born to parents Petro and Maria Futey in 1939 in Buczacz, Poland (now Buchach, Ukraine).

Shmuel Yosef Agnon

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Shmuel Yosef Halevi Czaczkes (later Agnon) was born in Buczacz (Polish spelling, pronounced Buchach) or Butschatsch (German spelling), Polish Galicia (then within the Austro-Hungarian Empire), now Buchach, Ukraine.

Emanuel Ringelblum

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He was born in Buchach, an eastern Galician town, then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, now in Ukraine.

Simon Wiesenthal

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Wiesenthal was born on 31 December 1908, in Buczacz (Buchach), Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, then part of Austria-Hungary, now Ternopil Oblast, in Ukraine.

Buchach Town Hall

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Buchach City Hall, also known as the Buchach townhall, is a unique building of architectural significance dating to the mid-18th century in Buchach, Ternopil region, Ukraine.

Abraham David ben Asher Anshel Buchach

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Abraham David ben Asher Anshel Wahrman (1770 at Nadvirna–1840 at Buchach) (Hebrew: אברהם דוד מבוטשאטש), was a Galician Talmudist.

Buchach Monastery

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The monastery of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross is a Basilian monastery in Buchach, Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine.

Mina Rosner

Mina Rosner (1913–1997) was a native of Buczacz, Galicia, Austria-Hungary (now Buchach, Ukraine), who survived The Holocaust by hiding with a Polish family.

Piława coat of arms

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The coat of arms of Buchach originated from the Piława coat of arms, which was used by the Potocki family.

Tarnopol Voivodeship

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In the Second Polish Republic, Buchach was the seat of a county (powiat) in Tarnopol Voivodeship.
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Johann Georg Pinsel

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His first and second name, some information about his family and approximate date of death were only established in 1993, with the discovery of registers of the Buchach Roman Catholic parish.

Volodymyr Hnatiuk

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He studied in the Buchach and Stanislavska high school and Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.