Zakarpattia

Some articles on zakarpattia:

Zakarpattia Oblast
... The Zakarpattia Oblast (Ukrainian Закарпатська область, translit ... Zakarpattia Oblast was formally established on 22 January 1946, after Czechoslovakia ceded the territory of Subcarpathian Rus to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, under a treaty ... Some scholars say that during the Ukrainian independence referendum held in 1991, Zakarpattia Oblast voters were given a separate option on whether or not they favored autonomy for the region ...
FC Hoverla-Zakarpattia Uzhhorod - History - Name Changes
... 1946 - Spartak 1961 - Verkhovyna 1971 - Hoverla 1982 - Zakarpattia 1997 - Verkhovyna 1999 - Zakarpattia 2011 - Hoverla-Zakarpattia 2012 - Hoverla ...
List Of Ukrainian Football Transfers Summer 2008 - First League - FC Zakarpattia Uzhhorod
... FW Olexandr Lishchuk (from FK Vindava Ventspils) 39 DF Maksym Zinakov (promoted from Zakarpattia-2) 40 DF Mykhaylo Kroka (promoted from Zakarpattia-2) 41 MF Vasyl Pylyp (promoted from ...
Chynadiyovo - See Also
... the other urban-type settlement in Mukachevo Raion of Zakarpattia Oblast Administrative divisions of Zakarpattia Oblast Administrative center ...
Hungarians In Ukraine - History
... Today's Zakarpattia was part of the Kingdom of Hungary since its foundation in the year 1000 ... The Zakarpattia region was briefly part of the short-lived West Ukrainian National Republic in 1918 and occupied by Romania at end of that year ... Paris Peace Conference concluded the Treaty of Trianon that awarded Zakarpattia to the newly formed Czechoslovakia as the Subcarpathian Rus, one of the four main regions of that new state ...