Budjak

Budjak or Budzhak is a historical region in the Odessa Oblast (province) of Ukraine. Lying along the Black Sea between the Danube and Dniester rivers this multiethnic region was the southern part of Bessarabia. The region is bordered in the north and west by Moldova, in the south by Romania and in the east by the Black Sea.

Read more about Budjak:  Name and Geography, Ethnic Groups and Demographics

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Bugec - Name and Geography
... Historically, Budjak was a smaller, southeastern steppe region of Moldavia ... region situated between the two rivers, including Budjak ... part that was included in the Ukrainian SSR and did not form Moldavian SSR, became known as Budjak, thus being slightly smaller than the historical term ...
Polish–Ottoman War (1633–34) - 1633
... Around June 29, 1633 a strong Tatar group of Budjak Horde (about 1,000 strong) raided the area of Kamieniec Podolski ... rank Tatars and Khan Temir's son in law (Khan Temir, Kantymir – chief of Budjak Horde, a well known and ferocious Nogai Tatar leader) ... about 5,000–10,000 Tatars, including almost the whole Budjak Horde led by Kantymir ...
Bugec - Ethnic Groups and Demographics
... The main ethnic groups in Budjak today are Ukrainians, Bulgarians, Russians, and Moldovans ... Turkic-speaking Nogai Tatars inhabited Ottoman-dominated Budjak until the start of the 19th century, but were forced to abandon the region once the Russian Empire got control over the territory ... Budjak was also home to a number of ethnic Germans known as Bessarabian Germans, originally from Württemberg and Prussia, who settled the region in the early 19th century, after it became part of the Russian ...
Bessarabian Bulgarians - Location and Number - Modern Ukraine
... the number of Bessarabian Bulgarians is estimated at over 129,000 in Budjak (in the Odessa Oblast in the southern part of the country), and 75,000 elsewhere (mostly in ... District (45,600 of its 75,000 inhabitants), but they also inhabit other districts of Budjak Arciz - 20,200 of the 51,700, Tarutino - 17,000 of the 45,200, Izmail ... Outside Budjak, Odessa has many Bulgarians that have moved there in recent years ...
Budjak - Ethnic Groups and Demographics
... The main ethnic groups in Budjak today are Ukrainians, Bulgarians, Russians, and Moldovans ... Muslim, Turkic-speaking Nogai Tatars inhabited Ottoman-dominated Budjak until the start of the 19th century, but were forced to abandon the region once the Russian Empire got ... Budjak was also home to a number of ethnic Germans known as Bessarabian Germans, originally from Württemberg and Prussia, who settled the region in the ...