Zalishchyky

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Zalishchyky (Залiщики), also spelled Zalischyky, is a small city located on the Dniester river in the southern part of the Ternopil Oblast (province), in western Ukraine.wikipedia
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Dobrivliany, Zalishchyky Raion

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The 'original' Zalishchyky was actually founded in the area just outside of the modern town's borders, on the land that is now the Ukrainian village of Dobrivlyany (which existed as a subdivision of the modern city between 1981-1986).
The area now occupied by Dobrivliany was originally an unincorporated community of people, one of three settlements that would eventually be built here, that later became the original foundation of Zalishchyky sometime before 1340.

Ternopil Oblast

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Zalishchyky (Залiщики), also spelled Zalischyky, is a small city located on the Dniester river in the southern part of the Ternopil Oblast (province), in western Ukraine.

Yevhen Petrushevych

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After the dissolution of Austria-Hungary in 1918, Zalishchyky was annexed along with the majority of East Galicia by the short-lived West Ukrainian People's Republic, following which Yevhen Petrushevych was appointed as the town dictator.
On June 9, 1919 by decision of the top state authorities Petrushevych was granted the title of authorized dictator (in Zalishchyky), which meant that he acted both as a president and a head of the government.

Leon Biliński

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Chevalier Leon de Biliński (15 June 1846 in Zalischyky, Galicia, now Ukraine – 14 June 1923 in Vienna) was a Polish-Austrian statesman of the Biliński family.

Zalishchyky Park

This park and Zalishchyky Park which lies to the south are a Ukrainian national park.
Zalishchyky Park or Lordly Park officially called Lower Park is an urban park/natural monument or zakaznik located on a natural terrace on the left bank of the Dniester River in southern Zalishchyky, in the Ternopil Oblast of western Ukraine.

Michael Hayvoronsky

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Michael Hayvoronsky was born on September 15 (O.S. September 1), 1892 in Zalischyky, in the Podilia region.

Luxtorpeda

Furthermore, a luxtorpeda fast train connected Zalishchyky with Ternopil.
Furthermore, according to the Summer 1939 Schedule, trains marked as MtE traveled from Lwów to Boryslaw (via Stryj and Drohobycz), Zaleszczyki (via Tarnopol) and Kolomyja (via Stanisławów).

Zalishchyky Raion

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It is the administrative center of the Zalishchyky Raion (district).
The administrative centre and largest town is Zalishchyky.

Tarnopol Voivodeship

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Zalishchyky became part of the Tarnopol Voivodeship.
The southern part of the voivodship was popular among tourists, with the main center in Zaleszczyki – a border-town, located on the Dniestr, where one could spot grapevines, unique to this part of Poland.

20th Guards Motor Rifle Division

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While Moscow lauded the liberation of the city, even naming a battle division after the city, Communist control soon proved to be worse than Nazi occupation inn many ways.

City

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Zalishchyky (Залiщики), also spelled Zalischyky, is a small city located on the Dniester river in the southern part of the Ternopil Oblast (province), in western Ukraine.

Dniester

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Zalishchyky (Залiщики), also spelled Zalischyky, is a small city located on the Dniester river in the southern part of the Ternopil Oblast (province), in western Ukraine. Geographically the city is located on border of west Podolia, Bucovina, and east Galicia, in valley of Dniester which forms in this area so called Dniester canyon.

Oblast

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Zalishchyky (Залiщики), also spelled Zalischyky, is a small city located on the Dniester river in the southern part of the Ternopil Oblast (province), in western Ukraine.

Ukraine

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Zalishchyky (Залiщики), also spelled Zalischyky, is a small city located on the Dniester river in the southern part of the Ternopil Oblast (province), in western Ukraine.

Raion

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It is the administrative center of the Zalishchyky Raion (district).

Witch-hazel

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Zalishchyky's name, as well as its precursors Zalissia and Zalishche, derive from the Ukrainian word for the witch-hazel shrub .

Saxons

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Though, Hinterwalden, the name for a Saxon settlement on Zalishchyky, does indeed find its etymological roots in this idea, originating from the German "hinterwald" (also meaning, literally, "behind forest").

Podolia

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Geographically the city is located on border of west Podolia, Bucovina, and east Galicia, in valley of Dniester which forms in this area so called Dniester canyon.

Bukovina

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Geographically the city is located on border of west Podolia, Bucovina, and east Galicia, in valley of Dniester which forms in this area so called Dniester canyon.

Galicia (Eastern Europe)

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Geographically the city is located on border of west Podolia, Bucovina, and east Galicia, in valley of Dniester which forms in this area so called Dniester canyon.

Dniester Canyon

Landscape park "Dnister Canyon
Geographically the city is located on border of west Podolia, Bucovina, and east Galicia, in valley of Dniester which forms in this area so called Dniester canyon.

European route E85

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Through the city passes important European route E85 which connects Baltic coast with the coast of Aegean Sea in northern Greece.

Baltic Sea

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Through the city passes important European route E85 which connects Baltic coast with the coast of Aegean Sea in northern Greece.