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accessdate January 21, 2013 date June 2012 Education Universities include: * Ternopil National Economic University * Ternopil Ivan Pul'uj National Technical University * Ternopil National Pedagogical University * Ternopil State Medical University Notable residents style "width:100%" - style "width:33.3%;" * Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz * Józef Arkusz * Hermann Balck * Eugeniusz Baziak * Yosef Babad * Aleksander

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of Ternopil voted upon the usage and re-establishment of the yellow-and-blue flag and the ''tryzub'' (Coat of arms of Ukraine) as well as the national anthem ''Shche ne vmerla Ukrainy (Ukraine's glory has not perished)''. On the same day, the yellow-and-blue national flag was flown for the first time in about 80 years on a governmental building in Kiev, replacing the then official red-and-blue flag (Flag of Ukrainian SSR) of the Ukrainian SSR. In late 1943 and early 1944, after most Poles of Volhynia had either been murdered or had fled the area, the conflict spread to the neighboring province of Galicia, where the majority of the population was still Ukrainian, but where the Polish presence was strong. Unlike in the case of Volhynia, where Polish villages were usually destroyed and their inhabitants murdered without warning, in east Galicia Poles were sometimes given the choice of fleeing or being killed (an order by an UPA commander in Galicia stated, "Once more I remind you: first call upon Poles to abandon their land and only later liquidate them, not the other way around"). This change in tactic, combined with better Polish self-defence and a demographic balance more favorable to Poles, resulted in a significantly lower death toll among Poles in Galicia than in Volhynia. Timothy Snyder. (2003). ''The Reconstruction of Nations''. New Haven: Yale University Press. pg. 176 The methods used by Ukrainian nationalists in this area were the same, and consisted of killing all of the Polish residents of the villages, then pillaging the villages and burning them to the ground. On February 28, 1944, in the village of Korosciatyn 135 Poles were murdered; Grzegorz Motyka, Ukraińska partyzantka 1942-1960, p.383 the victims were later counted by a local Roman Catholic priest, Rev. Mieczysław Kamiński. Norman Davies - Teksty - EUROPA. Davies.pl. Retrieved on 11 July 2011. Jan Zaleski (father of Fr. Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski) who witnessed the massacre, wrote in his diary: "The slaughter lasted almost all night. We heard terrible cries, the roar of cattle burning alive, shooting. It seemed that Antichrist himself began his activity!" Jan Zaleski, Kronika życia, Cracov 1999, p.29, cited in: Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski, Przemilczane ludobójstwo na Kresach, Cracov 2008, p.88 Father Kamiński claimed that in Koropiec, where no Poles were actually murdered, a local Greek Catholic priest, in reference to mixed Polish-Ukrainian families, proclaimed from the pulpit: "Mother, you're suckling an enemy - strangle it." History of Buczacz during World War II quoted from Norman Davies (1996), Europe: A History. Shtetlinks.jewishgen.org. Retrieved on 11 July 2011. Among the scores of Polish villages whose inhabitants were murdered and all buildings burned, there are such places as Berezowica near Zbaraz, Ihrowica near Ternopil, Plotych near Ternopil, Podkamien near Brody, Hanachiv and Hanachivka near Przemyslany. Commons:Category:Ternopil

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y Berezhanskaya lat long directions phone hours price content Created in 1994 in order to preserve the natural state of some typical natural complexes and objects, providing the conditions for the rest of the population. The park include couple small forests of 'Science', 'Kutkivtsi', 'Pronyatyn', a nursery "Green economy" and rowing channel beach. The park 630 ha. *

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& landscape park alt палац + парк url lat long directions near Buchach content Built in 17-18th century. More sight: Yazlivets castle (замок Язловець), near Buchach, 14-18th century. * *

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, 2004 2004 Ukrainian presidential election : Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko declares himself winner and takes a symbolic oath of office at a parliament special session, boycotted by pro-government MP (Member of Parliament)s. Crowds of around 200,000 Yushchenko supporters rally outside the parliament building in Kiev. Freedom House releases a statement saying that the runoff election was "tainted by massive voter fraud." Russian Foreign Ministry expresses &quot

;extreme concern" about the disobedience actions by the Ukrainian opposition. (BBC) (Reuters) (FH) **The city governments of Lviv, Ternopil, Vinnytsia and Ivano-Frankivsk announce their support for Yushchenko. A crowd estimated at 200,000 surrounds the Parliament building in Kiev, calling for Yanukovych

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the advance of the German offensive, and in mid-July German troops cut the rail road at Talnoye and other bridges over the Gorniy Tikich, and soon after the bridges over Sinucha. The '''Ukrainian Lutheran Church''' (Українська Лютеранська Церква) or '''ULC''' is a Christian denomination of the Lutheran tradition based in the eastern European country of Ukraine. It consists of 25 congregations within Ukraine, serving over 2500 members and runs '''Saint Sophia Ukrainian Lutheran Theological Seminary''' in Ternopil in Western Ukraine. In winter 1943-1944 another massive Soviet winter counter-offensive managed to encircle German units in the center of the front. ''Kampfgruppe Das Reich'' was one of the units encircled by the Soviet offensive, and an assault by II SS Panzer Corps managed to rescue the trapped elements of ''Das Reich''. In February 1944 the Kampfgruppe was transferred to France to join the rest of the Division already stationed there. The remaining small portion of Das Reich left in the East was renamed ''Kampfgruppe Weidinger'' and was involved in the retreats through Proskurov (Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine) and Tarnopol (Ternopil). Most of ''Das Reich'' was stationed in the southern French town of Montauban north of Toulouse, gaining new equipment and freshly trained troops. Bishop He was consecrated a bishop in 1977 in the Castel Gandolfo chapel by Major Archbishop Josyf Slipyj without the papal permission (apostolic mandate) in an act which caused many irritations in the Roman Curia, Apostolische Nachfolge. Ukraine. German English site of the German CSSp Province . as Roman canon law required papal permission for the consecration of a bishop, but at that time Eastern canon law did not. He was named Archimandrite (Archabbot) of the Studite Monks (Studite Brethren) in Europe and America in 1978. He organized a new Studite monastery in Ternopil, Ukraine, in 1994, and was elected by the Synod of Bishops of the Ukrainian Church as exarch of the archiepiscopal exarchy of Kiev and Vyshhorod in 1995, confirmed by the Pope the following year. Although once a citizen of the United States, Husar gave up his American citizenship upon returning to his native Ukraine. His wife was Kateryna Mykolaivna Antonovych-Melnyk (Dec. 2, 1859 - Jan. 12, 1942) who was a Ukrainian historian and archeologist from the city of Khorol (today - Poltava Oblast). In 1880s she participated in the archeological excavations near Shumsk (today - Ternopil Oblast) and in 1885 visited Ternopil during her travel around the region. Since 1919 Kateryna worked in the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Mazurki was born as '''Mikhail Mazurkevych''' in Tarnopol (Ternopil), Galicia, Austria-Hungary (Galicia (Central Europe)) (now Ternopil, Ukraine (Ukraine)). He migrated with his family to the United States at the age of six, living in Cohoes, New York, a city just outside of Albany, in old mill housing on Olmstead Street with his mother. He attended La Salle Institute in Troy, New York, for high school. He later graduated from Manhattan College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He became a professional athlete in three sports, primarily wrestling but also football and basketball. Commons:Category:Ternopil

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-2010 Katchanovski.pdf Terrorists or National Heroes? Politics of the OUN and the UPA in Ukraine Paper prepared for presentation at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Political Science Association, Montreal, June 1–3, 2010 birth_date December 12, 1890 birth_place Ternopil, Galicia (Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria) death_date April 12, 1963 '''Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz''' (December 12, 1890, Ternopil – April 12, 1963, Warsaw

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accessdate 2013-08-10 work Batumi City Hall archiveurl web.archive.org web 20120504220350 http: www.batumi.ge en ?page show&sec 5 archivedate 2012-05-04 See also ;Bibliography * A. Bresler, Joseph Perl, ''Warsaw'', 1879, passim; * ''Allg. Zeit. des Jud.'' 1839, iii. 606; *

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Bandery Stepana, 57 lat long directions corner street Konovalets and Ave. Bandera phone +380 352 245765 hours price content Roman Catholic Church, of which height was to be planned 42 m to the base of the cross. However, the construction made the adjustments - the church was higher by about 2 m. *

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Aby nie zapomnieć gdzie są nasze korzenie… Also, physicians from Kraków's organization ''Doctors of Hope'' regularly visit ''Eastern Borderlands'', and Polish Ministry of Education runs a special program, which sends Polish teachers to former Soviet Union. In 2007, more than 700 teachers worked in the East, most of them in ''Kresy''.


'''Ternopil''' ( , translit. (Romanization of Russian) ''Ternopol’''), is a city in western Ukraine, located on the banks of the Seret River. Ternopil is one of the major cities of Western Ukraine and the historical region of Galicia (Galicia (Central Europe)). It is served by Ternopil Airport.

In 2010, the population was 218,641.

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