Pidhaitsi Raion

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The Pidhaitsi Raion is a district in the western part of Ternopil Oblast, western Ukraine.wikipedia
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Pidhaitsi

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The administrative center is the city of Pidhaitsi.
It is the administrative center of the Pidhaitsi Raion (district), and is located ca. 15.5 mi south of Berezhany, 43.5 mi from Ternopil and ca. 62 mi south-east of Lviv.

Ternopil Oblast

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The Pidhaitsi Raion is a district in the western part of Ternopil Oblast, western Ukraine.
The average area of a raion is around 808 km2, the biggest one is Terebovlia Raion covering 1130 km2 and the smallest one - Pidhaitsi Raion with 496 km2.

Verbiv, Pidhaitsi Raion

Verbiv
Verbiv - village in Pidhaitsi Raion of Ternopil Oblast, Ukraine.

Zavaliv

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Zavaliv (formerly Zawałów) is a village (formerly a town) in the western part of Pidhaitsi Raion (district) of Ternopil Oblast (province) of western Ukraine.

Ukraine

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The Pidhaitsi Raion is a district in the western part of Ternopil Oblast, western Ukraine.

Galicia (Eastern Europe)

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It is part of the historic area known as Halychyna (Galicia).

Koropets

Koropiec
The Koropets river flows through the district.

Raion

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This raion was formed as a separate district on December 6, 1991 by a decree of the Ukrainian parliament.

Verkhovna Rada

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This raion was formed as a separate district on December 6, 1991 by a decree of the Ukrainian parliament.

Berezhany Raion

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Before that it was part of neighbouring Berezhanskyi Raion.

Ukrainian language

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Names are presented in modern Ukrainian transliteration.

Polish language

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Polish spellings (often used in documents prior to 1939 when the area was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire and Poland) are given in parenthesis:

Austria-Hungary

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Polish spellings (often used in documents prior to 1939 when the area was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire and Poland) are given in parenthesis:

Poland

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Polish spellings (often used in documents prior to 1939 when the area was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire and Poland) are given in parenthesis:

Eugene Hlywa

Eugene Hlywa (5 December 1925, Nosiv village, Pidhaetskyi district, Ternopil region, Ukraine – 6 August 2017 Sydney, Australia ) was a psychologist, psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, public figure.