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Ivano-Frankyivs'k Oblast (Ukraine)

Ivano-Frankivs'ka Oblast

Last modified: 2002-05-31 by dov gutterman
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by Mello Luchtenberg, 23 May 2002

  • The Flag
  • Coat of Arms
  • The Oblast

  • See also:

    The Flag

    From, we only know that the flag consist of:
    - a black bird on a white field
    - red-black stripes
    - blue-yellow stripes
    Jens Pattke and Victor Lomantsov, 8 March 2002

    Coat of Arms

    by Mello Luchtenberg, 23 May 2002

    The Oblast

    Soviet era name: Ivano-Frankovsk. Before 9 November 1962 : Stanislav
    Antonio Martins, 10 July 1999

    In my atlases and geographical dictionaries. Ivano Frankivsk was formerly Stanislav (Russian), Stanislawow (Polish), Stanislau (German)
    Jarig Bakker, 11 July 1999

    From (defunct):
    In the Xth century the lands of modern Ivano-Frankivshchina belonged to the Kyivs'ka Rus', since 1199 - to the Galyts'ko-Volyns'ke principality, later - to the Russian province of Rich Pospolyta. After the three partitions of Poland at the end of the XVIIIth century, this territory became the part of the Austro-Hungary, in 1918-1919 it was a part of the West-Ukrainian National Republic. Since 1939 it is in the structure of Ukraine.
    Dov Gutterman, 6 January 2000

    Rich Pospolyta? .....Rzeczpospolita means "res publica" from Latin.
    Mariusz Kedzierski, 26 May 2000

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