from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of west-central Ukraine southwest of Kiev. Founded in the 14th century, it passed to Russia in 1793 and is now a processing center and railroad junction. Population: 360,000.


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  • In the early 1900s, her father, Samuel Browns, came from Vinnitsa (Vinnytsya), Russia (currently in Central Ukraine, it was taken by Russia from Poland in 1793).

    Israeli Folk Dance Pioneers in North America.

  • Ternopil's'ka (Ternopil '), Vinnyts'ka (Vinnytsya), Volyns'ka

    The 1999 CIA Factbook

  • (1938-1985), also known under the pen name of Vasyl Petryk, was born in Vinnytsya.

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  • 14: 03 On September 22, 2009 the Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko will pay a working visit to Vinnytsya region where she is to take part in an all-Ukrainian meeting dedicated to the development of sugar-beet area.



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