Vynohradiv

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Vynohradiv (Виноградів, Nagyszőlős) is a city in western Ukraine, Zakarpattia Oblast.wikipedia
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Ugocsa County

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The town was one of the oldest in Ugocsa county, and was inhabited by winemakers of the royal court.
The capital of the county was Nagy-Szőllős (now Vynohradiv, Ukraine).

Vynohradiv Raion

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It is the center of Vynohradiv Raion.
Its administrative center is Vynohradiv.

Béla Bartók

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His mother then took him and his sister, Erzsébet, to live in Nagyszőlős (today Vynohradiv, Ukraine) and then to Pozsony (present-day Bratislava, Slovakia).

Ethella Chupryk

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She was born in Nagyszőlős (Vynohradiv), Transcarpathia, in a musical Hungarian family.

Carpathian Ruthenia

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In 1944, Carpathian Ruthenia was occupied by Soviet Union and eventually became part of it in 1946.

Tisza

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The city lies near the river Tisza on the border with Romania.

Mykhaylo Koman

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In 1934, his family moved to the city of Sevlyush (Great Vineyard), in what is today western Ukraine.

Hungarian language

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Its Hungarian name, Nagyszőlős ("Great Vineyard"), stems from the area being an important wine district.

Eleanor Perenyi

A Writer in the Garden'', which drew on her work on her husband's rural estate near the present-day town of Vynohradiv, Ukraine (the former Nagyszőlős, Hungary).

Ukraine

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Vynohradiv (Виноградів, Nagyszőlős) is a city in western Ukraine, Zakarpattia Oblast.

Zakarpattia Oblast

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Vynohradiv (Виноградів, Nagyszőlős) is a city in western Ukraine, Zakarpattia Oblast.

Czechoslovakia

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There are multiple alternative names used for this city due to its location and history: Nagyszőlős, Seleuşu Mare, (Syvlyush), Виноградов (Vinogradov), סעליש (Seylesh, Selish), Vinohradov (Veľká Sevljuš during Czechoslovak rule), Wynohradiw.

Romania

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The city lies near the river Tisza on the border with Romania.

Berehove

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It is 35 km from Berehove.

Rusyn language

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The city was called Sevlush (the Rusyn transliteration of the Hungarian word szőlős, meaning vineyard.

Charles I of Hungary

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In 1329, Hungarian King Charles Robert granted privileges to the town, which became the seat of the Comitatus (the city held this rank until the Treaty of Trianon was signed in 1920).

Counties of Hungary (before 1920)

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In 1329, Hungarian King Charles Robert granted privileges to the town, which became the seat of the Comitatus (the city held this rank until the Treaty of Trianon was signed in 1920).

Treaty of Trianon

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In 1329, Hungarian King Charles Robert granted privileges to the town, which became the seat of the Comitatus (the city held this rank until the Treaty of Trianon was signed in 1920).

Tatars

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In 1717, most of the citizens of the town were killed by an invading Tatar horde.

Romanians

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By 1880, the population was about 4,400 (with 500 native Romanians).

Rusyns

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In 1910 it had a population of 7,811 (5,943 or 76% Hungarians, 1,266 or 16% Ruthenians (Rusyns) and 540 or 7% Germans).