Zagornoe ( Mold. Zahorna  , Mold. Zahorna [ 6] , in Ukrainian. Zorna  ) is a village in the Kitskansky Village Council of the Slobodzeya District of the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldavian Republic . From April 2, 2018 combined with the village Kitskany  .
|Mold Zahorna , mold. Zahorna , in Ukrainian. Zagorna|
|A country||PMR / Moldova |
|Area||Slobozia  / Kaushansky |
|History and geography|
|First mention||XIX century|
|Center height||10 m|
|Timezone||UTC + 2 , in the summer UTC + 3|
|Population||80 people ( 2007 )|
|Telephone code||+373 243|
In accordance with the administrative division of Moldova, along with the villages of Kitskany and Mereneshty, it is part of the commune of Chitskans of the Kaushansky District .
The village is located in the western part of the Slobodzeya district, on the right bank of the Dniester, at the confluence of Botna , 22 km from the district center and 11 km from the Tiraspol railway station.
The earliest documentary news about the locality in which the village originated dates back to August 31, 1429 . In the deed of gift to the Nyametsky Monastery (near Yassy in Zaprutskaya Moldavia ), the Hauler of the Moldavian Principality of Alexander the Good mentions haymakings, apiaries, and lakes in the lower Botna. Even then they are defined by the donor as " hotar ". Based on the nature of the economic activity, it can be assumed that there are small settlements-farms in the area of 5-10 yards. It first mentioned the tract Zahorna - "deep mountain lake near the Dniester." Moldovan toponyms and historians believe that Zagornoye is the old name for the village of Chitcani , which was then preserved only in a small farm south of Kitskan. As an independent settlement for the first time mentioned in documents of the late XIX century .
The village has an elongated shape. The main planning axis of the development is the road along the western slope of the “Kitskansky Cape”.
In August 1944, fierce fighting took place in the vicinity of the village during the Yassy-Kishinev operation .
Historically, the agrarian specialization of the village was gardening and horticulture , as well as fishing and beekeeping . However, farming is complicated by frequent flooding and flooding.
In 2007, 80 people lived in the village, of which 48 were women. In the ethnic composition of the villagers dominate: Russians - 41%, Moldovans - 40% and Ukrainians - 18% . In the Soviet period, villagers worked on the collective farm "Red Gardener" (central manor - Kitskany village). In 2007, there were 32 courtyards in Zagorny . The village has a kindergarten, village club, first-aid and an obstetric point and a shop .
- This settlement is located in the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic . According to the administrative-territorial division of Moldova, most of the territory controlled by the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic is part of Moldova as administrative-territorial units on the left bank of the Dniester , the other part is part of Moldova as the municipality of Bendery . The declared territory of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, controlled by Moldavia, is located in the territory of the Dubossarsky , Kaushansky and Novoanensky districts of Moldova. In fact, the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika is an unrecognized state , most of the declared territory of which Moldova is not controlled.
- according to the administrative division of the PMR
- according to the administrative division of the Republic of Moldova
- Moldavian language based on Latin script - the state language of the Republic of Moldova according to Article 13 of the Constitution of the Republic of Moldova
- Moldovan language based on Cyrillic graphics is one of the three official languages of the PMR
- Ukrainian is one of the three state languages of the PMR
- On the merger of some settlements of the Slobodzeya district of the Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika .