Chernivtsi ( Ukrainian: Chernivtsi ) is an urban-type settlement, the administrative center of the Chernevets district of the Vinnitsa region of Ukraine .
Catholic church of St. Nicholas
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 2 , in summer UTC + 3|
|Population||2725  people ( 2018 )|
|Telephone code||+380 4357|
|Car code||AB, KV / 02|
Located on the Murafa River.
For the first time Chernivtsi is mentioned in historical documents at the end of the XIV - the first half of the XV centuries. in 1546, the village was acquired by White Skinder, a Bratslav nobleman, and he renamed the settlement into Skinderpol. And already in 1595, the Supreme Hetman and Chancellor of Poland, Janusz Zamoyski attached Skinderpol to his possessions. Zamoysky returned the village to its former name - Chernivtsi, and assigned it the status of a city settlement. It should be noted that the new owner took care of the development and expansion of the town, so he even exempted all immigrants from paying taxes and other monetary duties. Thus, by the first third of the XVII century. Chernivtsi became the most populated city in the east of Podolia.
In 1640, the new owner of the Chernevtsov Crown Hetman of Konetspolsky built the church of St. Nicholas.
According to the Zbor agreement , in 1649, Chernivtsi became the border city of the Cossack autonomy. But already in February 1651, the Polish army, under the leadership of the hetman M. Kalinowski, regained control of the city. In subsequent years, the city repeatedly passed from hand to hand.
At the beginning of the XVIII century, after the return of the cities of Podolia to their Polish owners, the destroyed and deserted Chernivtsi began to rebuild and settle again, but the city no longer began  .
In 1728, for financial support, the church of St. Nicholas was transferred to the village of Kosy  .
As of January 1, 2013, the population was 2891 people  .
In the village there is the Holy Assumption Church of the Chernevets deanery of the Mogilev-Podolsk diocese of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church  .
- Mary Magdalene Church-rotunda, the first half of the XIX century.
- Church of st. Nicholas Archbishop Mir Lycian.
- Church of St. Nicholas.
Famous Natives and Residents
In Chernevtsi, Prince Jerzy Alexander Lubomirsky was born, the first Kiev mayor Leonid Kosakovsky , the Kiev Zionist V. M. Barboy , in independent Ukraine.
- number of the explicit population of Ukraine on 1 September 2018 rock. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Kyiv, 2018.
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- Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich, Tom I, strona 825 (Polish) . Uniwersytet Warszawski.
- number of the explicit population of Ukraine on 1 September 2013. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Kiev, 2013.
- Temples and priests . Mogilev-Podilsk Eparchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Date of treatment August 4, 2018.