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The Chernivtsi oblast (region) is situated in the South-west of Ukraine in foremountain zone of the Carpathian mountains occupying the Prut-Dniester interfluve.
On the south and south-west the region borders with Romania and Moldova and on the west it borders with the Ivano-Frankivsk, on the north, with the Ternopil and Khmelnytsky and on the east with the Vynnytsia regions.
Chernivtsi region is a favourable region for multi-profile summer and winter mountain sport tourism, recreational and health activities and a balneological recovery center.
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 Ternopil Facts & Figures
The region is divided into 17 districts and has one city under the control of the regional authorities - regional center Ternopil, 15 towns under the control of the district authorities, 19 villages of a town type, 1016 villages.
The region borders on Ivano-Frankivsk region in the west and southwest, Chernivtsi region in the south, Lviv region in the Northwest, Rivne region in the north and Khmelnytsky region in the east.
The region's fuel resources consist of small deposits of brown coal, not exploited at present due to unprofitability of their extraction, as well as of 84 deposits of peat which is used as a fuel for agricultural needs.
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The Chernivtsi region is situated in the southwest of Ukraine in three nature geographical zones: forest/steppe, occupying the Prut-Dniester interfluve, foremountain zone, distributed between the Carpathians and the Prut River and a mountain zone, embracing the Bukovynian Carpathians.
In its present borders the region territory reaches 1.3% of the territory of Ukraine, on the south and southwest it borders with Romania and Moldova and on the west it borders with the Ivano-Frankivsk, on the north, with the Ternopil and Khmelnytsky and on the east with the Vynnytsia regions.
The northern and eastern districts of the region are rich in marls and limestone.
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 Chernivtsi Oblast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Geographically/historically, the region is composed of northern Bukovina, northern half of the Khotin (Hotin) county of Bessarabia, and the Hertsaivskyi Raion (Herţa district), which prior to 1940 was part of the Dorohoi (presently Botoşani) county of Romania.
At the disintegration of Austro-Hungary in 1918, General Congress of Bukovina, the Romanians-dominated local legislative body passed in Chernivtsi a decision of "an indissoluble union with the Kingdom of Romania", which was swiftly used by Romania to send in the troops and occupy the area.
After Romania took control of the region during the war (1941-1944), the Jewish community of the area was largely destroyed by the deportations to the death camps.
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The Ternopil region occupies the Western part of Podil plateau, bordering on Rivne region to the North, on Chernivtsi region to the South, on Ivano-Frankivsk region to the south-west, on Lviv region to the West.
The Ternopil region is situated near the border of Ukraine with Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.
The region reminds the triangle, it stretches from the North to the South for 195 km, and from the West to the East for 129 km.
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The flat central part of the region's territory is surrounded by Kremenets sublimity in the north as well as on the west - Berezhansko-Monastyrsky (Podil) humpbacked mountain, on the east - Avratynska sublimity and on the south it is cut by deep and often canyon-like river valleys of left inflows of the Dniestr River.
Chernovtsy Region is situated on the crossroads throughfares between the Central, Southern and Eastern Europe in the foot-hill of the Carpathian.
It is one of the youngest regions of Ukraine.
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 Всеукраїнський перепис населення 2001 | English version | Regions of ...
During the years that have passed since the census of the population ‘1989, the number of towns in the region has increased by one and on the All-Ukrainian Population Census ‘2001 data there were 11 towns in the region.
The peculiarity of the national structure of the population of the region is its multinational composition.
The language structure of the region, according to the All-Ukrainian Population Census ‘2001 data, is characterized by the following data: the part of those whose mother tongue is Ukrainian totals 75.6% of the population of the region, this is by 4.8 percentage points more than in 1989.
www.ukrcensus.gov.ua /eng/regions/reg_chrnv   (432 words)

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The inhabitants of Volyn, Dnipropetrovsk, Mykolayiv, Chernivtsi regions, and Crimea peninsula were inquired in order to determine the level of engagemnent to the political reforming process.
In Bukovyna region (historical denomination of the territory of Chernivtsi Region) the survey was taken in 14 population centers to the amount of 410 interviews per region.
Due to the regional division of political 'tastes' the inhabitants of Volyn and Chernivtsi regions are the most optimistic in their evaluation of changes being observed for the last year in average, except in Dnipropetrovsk, and the worst in the Mykolayiv region and Crimea.
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 Government portal :: Chernivtsi region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Among 4153 deputies of regional, city, district, village and settlement councils – 477 are Romanians and 147 and Moldavians (22,8% of all deputy corps).
In Chernivtsi regional council the number of Romanians and Moldavians constitutes 18%, in Hertsajivs’ky district council – 95%, Hlybots’ky – 50%, Novoselyts’ky – 63,3%, Storozhynets’ky _ 30%.
Landscape of Chernivtsi region is verified: alps of the Carpathians and banks of foothills transforming gradually into the wide plain, situated between the rivers of Dnister and
www.kmu.gov.ua /control/en/publish/article?art_id=116742   (736 words)

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It is one of the youngest regions of
The northern and eastern fields of the region are rich in marl and limestone.
The regional market of food by all basic types of food stuffs, except for corn, is supersaturated, therefore for all categories of facilities there is important to create infrastructure network on processing of agricultural raw material and network of servicing enterprises.
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 Chernivtsi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chernivtsi is a major point of railway and highway crossings in the region, and also has an airport.
Chernivtsi is mentioned in business correspondence between Prince Alexandru cel Bun and merchants from Lviv (then a part of Poland) on October 8, 1408.
Nowadays, the Romanian minority in Chernivtsi is still decreasing as a result ofcultural assimilation and immigration to Romania.
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 Chernivtsi - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
It is a rail junction and the economic, cultural, and scientific center of the region of Bukovina.
One of Ukraine's oldest towns, Chernivtsi was part of Kievan Rus.
With the dissolution of Austria-Hungary in 1918, Chernivtsi was transferred to Romania, which held it until the USSR seized N Bukovina in 1940.
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Chernivtsi, a centre of the Chernivtsi region, is located on the banks of the Prut river.
At the first time Chernivtsi was mentioned in chronicles in 12th century as a fortress.
The main places of interest are the Residence of the Bykovynian Metropolitans (1864-1882), the Armenian Church (1869-1975), St.Nicolas`s Church (1607), the Church of the Nativity of the Holy Mother of God (1767), the Voznesenska Church (16th century), the Arts Museum, the Musical Drama Theatre named after O.Kobylyanska, the Puppet Theatre, the Philharmonic Hall.
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 Chernivtsi Oblast - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Chernivtsi Oblast, administrative division in the southwestern Ukraine.
The region was transferred to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic from...
Chernivtsi (Russian Chernovtsy; Romanian Cernăuţi; German Czernowitz), city, southwestern Ukraine, capital of Chernivtsi Oblast.
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It is situated in the West of Ukraine, in the Ciscarpathian and eastern Ukrainian Carpathians.
It boarders with lvano-Frankivsk Region on the west, Ternopil and Khmelnytskyi Regions on the north, Vinnytsia Region - on the east, Moldova -on south east, and Romania - on the south.
The area between the rivers of Dniester and Prut is the flattest part of the Region with wavy surface, deeply cut by river valleys.
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In 2002 17 stock issues were registered in the region for the total amount of 28,11 million UAH or 0,22% of the total stock issue rates all over Ukraine.
The characteristic feature of the region is the realization of investments by means of additional stock issues mainly by the enterprises of light and processing industries.
With this aim a meeting in the press-club market reforms of Chernivtsi region was conducted on the subject: "Do we need to protect the commodity manufacturer of Bukovyna from transfer into the hands of strangers?" All mass media of the region made reports by the results of that meeting.
www.ssmsc.gov.ua /4/02/3_24.shtml   (731 words)

 Ukrainian-Polish Tourist Portal
Geographical location: the northern part of the region lies within Volyn hill, Male marshy woodlands and Podilska Hills separated by the Dniestr River from Precarpathian.
The plain part of the region is occupied by the Khotynska Hills.
Chernivtsi, Storozhynets, Sokyriany, Khotyn are the biggest cities.
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 Environmental Health Issues - State of Morbidity for Infectious Diseases  and Pollution of the Environment
The increased number of typhoid fever cases in Ukraine in 1998 is connected with a deterioration of the epidemic situation with regard to this infection in Zakarpattia Region, where 88 cases of infection transmitted through water sources (6.83 per 100,000 people) were registered in 1998 against 3 cases (0.23 per 100,000) in 1997.
An analysis of cases of virus hepatitis A in Ukraine in 1998 shows a decrease of morbidity as compared to 1997 in all regions except for Chernivtsi Region where morbidity increased by 7.23% and was 90.04 in 1998 against 83.26 per 100,000 people in 1997.
Thus, in 1998, 11 patients with Brill disease were registered in Odesa and Chernivtsi regions, and in the cities of Kyiv and Sevastopol.
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Secondary education in Chernivtsi is provided by 53 schools, 46 providing instruction in the Ukrainian language with the balance offering it in Romanian and Russian; a breakdown which corresponds proportionally to the ethnic composition of the city.
Like other Ukrainian cities, Chernivtsi has its problems, but thanks to abundant natural resources and their wise use, the economic situation in the region is stabilizing, as demonstrated by growing production rates and investment.
Chernivtsi has an established tradition as the educational and cultural center of Bukovyna and has always been receptive to innovation.
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 Урядовий портал :: Chernivtsi region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Regional power supports national communities in organization of massive national and cultural measures.
Regional state administration, bodies of local government keep in touch nationalities with ethnical homelands as well as with Ukrainians who live abroad.
Minerals: the region is rich in building materials deposits (gypsum, anhydride, mar, lime), different kinds of sand, mineral water sources.
www.kmu.gov.ua /control/publish/article?art_id=116742   (703 words)

 Photos of Chernivtsi, Ukraine - 32 Pictures with Descriptions
Chernivtsi is a large town (around 300 thousand inhabitants) and regional capital in western Ukraine by the Romanian border.
Chernivtsi is a town of many churches and confessions.
Chernivtsi State University, originally the residence of Bukovyna Metropolits, built by Czech architect Jozef Glavki between 1864 and 1882.
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Thousands of migrant workers are currently being recruited in Ukraine's Chernivtsi Region to be used as cheap labour in neighbouring countries, the TV said.
In turn, the future slave labourer may not be aware that the debt could be paid much quicker that he or she is told by the con men.
[Myroslav Trachuk, captioned as head of the investigative department of the SBU directorate for Chernivtsi Region] The essence of this case is that the people against whom the criminal case was instituted used their family links and took advantage of the situation in some parts of our region, including Putyla District and Vyzhnytsya District.
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The Palace of Culture The Chernivtsi University Olha Kobylyanska street Chernivtsi Theatre Chernivtsi (Ukrainian: Чернівці; Romanian: Cernăuţi; German: Czernowitz or Tschernowitz; Polish: Czerniowce; Hungarian: Csernovic; Yiddish: Tshernovits; Russian: Черновцы́, Chernovtsy) is a city in Northern Bukovina, Ukraine, capital of the Chernivtsi Oblast.
Crişana (Hungarian: Körösvidék, German: Kreischgebiet) is a region of western Romania, along the border with Hungary, named after the three tributaries of the Körös River (Romanian: Criş) rivers that flow through it.
Principality of Moldavia, 1793-1812, highlighted in orange Principality of Moldavia, before the union with Wallachia, highlighted in orange Moldavia (Romanian: Moldova, Turkish: Bogdan) was a medieval principality on the lower Danube rive...
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Chernivtsi is located on the West of Ukraine bordering Romania and Moldova.
In this situation Chernivtsi and Bukovyna are left tete-a-tete with their problems and the region is awaiting great social calamity if their own model of economic development are not found.
Local authorities, in conditions of budget deficit and a relative and insecure stability, direct almost all their efforts for extortion, by way of taxation and aid, of as many means as possible to solve urgent problems and, practically, give no attention to strategic plans of the community and a community economic development.
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In Chernivtsi the literature and memorial museum of O.Kobylianska, regional museum are situated.
The region is rich with its archeological, historical and cultural monuments, such as the fortress of Khotyn (12th-16th centuries) on the slopes of right bank of Dnipro, where troops of slavs defeated turkish army in 1621.
The region is situated on the northern macroslope of the Ukrainian Carpathians between rivers Svicha and Prut.
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 Information about Chernivtsi (Chernovtsy), Ukraine
The city of Chernivtsi (Chernovtsy in Russian) is a region center with population of 260,000 people.
The city is the capital of the Chernivtsi region.
The bowels of the Chernivtsi region are rich in mineral water.
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 Travel company 'Navkolo Svitu' / Ivano-Frankivsk region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Carpathians are the kingdom of the unique landscapes; they are the region which is called the pearl of the Ukrainian land.
The attractive villages located on both sides of the roads, the ever hospitable people, the lovely nature, the historical and cultural memorials, which always attracted the curious eyes of the visitors all these attributes make up the friendly atmosphere of the Carpathian kingdom.
This town, with the villages adjoining it, is situated in Ivano-Frankivsk region.
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 Yuriy Adalbertovych Fedkovych   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Yuriy Fedkovych was born in the village of Storonets-Putyliv in Bukovyna region (today Putyla is a district center of Chernivtsi region) in the family of a manager of landlord's estates, Polish gentleman Adalbert Hordynskyi de Fedkovych and Anna, widow of a priest Dashkevych by name.
In 1869-1872 worked as a school inspector of Vyzhnytsa district, Bukovyna region, in 1872-1873 - he was an editor of popular books in the "Prosvita" society in Lviv.
From 1885 till the beginning of January 1888 he was the editor of the first Bukovyna region Ukrainian newspaper "Bukovyna".
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