wanweipedia

Bobrovytsia

Bobrovytsia

Бобро́виця
Town
Bobrovytsia railway station
Bobrovytsia railway station
Coat of arms of Bobrovytsia
Coat of arms
Coordinates: 50°44′42″N 31°23′13″E / 50.74500°N 31.38694°E / 50.74500; 31.38694Coordinates: 50°44′42″N 31°23′13″E / 50.74500°N 31.38694°E / 50.74500; 31.38694
CountryUkraine
OblastChernihiv Oblast
RaionBobrovytsia Raion
Founded11th century
Area
 • Total11.43 km2 (4.41 sq mi)
Population
(January 1, 2017)
 • Total11,214

Bobróvycja (Ukrainian: Бобро́виця), is the city center of Bobrovytsia Raion within Chernihiv Oblast (province) of Ukraine. It sits next to the Bystrytsya River. Population: 11,289 (2015 est.)[1]

In 1614, it was a royal city of Poland however later it became a part of the Kiev Voivodeship until 1667, when it passed to Russia.

History

The Ancient origins of Bobrovystia is known from the archaeological ruins of a settlement dated from the 11th-13th centuries.

In the 16th century, Bobrovytsia was a town in the Kyiv province of the Commonwealth.

According to Polish illustrations "Bobrowica" in 1618 had about 107 homes.[2] According to another Polish illustration in 1628, the town was inhabited as early as the year 1600.[3]

Name Origins

On the origin of the name of the city Bobrovytsia there is no reliable data. There are only guesses that the settlement was called such from the beaver crafts made in the city, near the Bistrica River to the middle of the 19th century which was called Bobrovytsia.

Geography and Climate

Demographics

Population

Population: - Ukrainian (92%, 2001)

  • 2.9 thousand. (1859) [4]
  • 5.1 thousand. (1897) Orthodox - 4.4 thousand., Jews - 0,7 thousand.[5]
  • 7.0 thousand. (1926) [6]
  • 9.4 thousand. (1959)
  • 14.5 thousand. (1988)
  • 11.9 thousand. (2005)
  • 11.3 thousand. (2016) [7]

Native Language Distribution (2001)

Ukrainian Russian
97,22% 2,31%

Economy

Culture

Historical Sites

Government

Education

Infrastructure

Gallery

References

  1. ^ "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
  2. ^ Архивъ Юго-Западной Россіи. Ч. VII. Т. 1. Акты о заселении Юго-Западной Россіи. — Кіевъ, 1886. — с. 303-304.
  3. ^ Архивъ Юго-Западной Россіи. Ч. VII. Т. 1. Акты о заселении Юго-Западной Россіи. — Кіевъ, 1886. — с. 343.
  4. ^ Списки населённых мест Российской Империи. XLVIII. Черниговская губерния, 1866, с. 63.
  5. ^ Населенныя мѣста Россійской Имперіи въ 500 и болѣе жителей. 1905. — C. 261.
  6. ^ Всесоюзная перепись населения 1926 года. — Том ХІІ: Украинская Социалистическая Советская Республика. Правобережный подрайон. Левобережный подрайон: народность, родной язык, возраст, грамотность / Центральное статистическое управление СССР, Отдел переписи. — М.: Издание ЦСУ Союза ССР, 1928. — с. 477.
  7. ^ ПАСПОРТ територіальної громади Бобровицької міської ради.

External links

External links



This page was last updated at 2019-11-09 11:04, update this pageView original page

All information on this site, including but not limited to text, pictures, etc., are reproduced on Wikipedia (wikipedia.org), following the . Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License


Top

If the math, chemistry, physics and other formulas on this page are not displayed correctly, please useFirefox or Safari