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Vynohradiv (Ukraine)

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    • Nagyszöllös (Ukraine)
    • Selish (Ukraine)
    • Seṿlish (Ukraine)
    • Sevli︠u︡sh (Ukraine)
    • Sevljus (Ukraine)
    • Sevluš (Ukraine)
    • Sevlyush (Ukraine)
    • Velʼky Sevlʼyush (Ukraine)
    • Vinogradovo (Zakarpatsʹka oblastʹ, Ukraine)
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      • Vinogradov (Ukraine)
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      • found: Sefer zikaron li-ḳehilat Selish ṿeha-sevivah, 1976 (subj.)t.p. (Selish) verso t.p. (Sevlus (Nagyszöllös) [in rom.]) p. 17 (Seṿlish)
      • found: BGN, 1/19/82(approved form Vinogradov; ppl.; 48°09ʹN, 23°02ʹE; variant Nagyszöllös; earlier name Sevluš [no publs. in LC data base]; variants Velʼky Sevlʼyush, Sevlyush, Sevljus)
      • found: Ukraïna [MAP] 1992:(Vynohradiv, in Zakarpatsʹka oblastʹ)
      • found: Ukraïna, ohli︠a︡dova mapa, 1994:p. 21 (Vynohradiv; until 1946 known as Sevli︠u︡sh)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 5, p. 668 (Vynohradiv, a city on the Tysa River and a raion center in Transcarpathia oblast. Until 1946 it was known as Sevliush or Sevlus [no publs. in LC data base]. The settlement originated in the 9th century around the Slavic fortress of Kanko. At the end of the 11th century it came under Hungarian rule and was renamed Sevliush. At the end of the 17th century it was annexed by Austria-Hungary, and in 1919 it was awarded to Czechoslovakia. Officially part of Ukraine since 1945, it was granted city status in 1946)
      • found: Ispolʹzovanie prirodnykh t︠s︡eolitov Sokirnit︠s︡kogo mestorozhdenii︠a︡ v narodnom khozi︠a︡ĭstve, 1991:t.p. (g. Vinogradovo, Zakarpatskai︠a︡ oblastʹ)
      • found: Zakarpatsʹka oblastʹ, 1969:p. 203 (Vynohradiv (until 1946 cal Sevli︠u︡sh), a city and raĭon center in Vynohradivsʹkyĭ raĭon)
      • found: Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.:v. 2, p. 232 (Vynohradiv (until 1946 Sevli︠u︡sh). A city in the Zakarpatsʹka oblastʹ. Arose in the 9th cent. as part of the fortress-castle Kanʹkovhrad [no publs. in LC data base]. At the end of the 11th cent. it became a part of Hungary, where it received the name Sevli︠u︡sh (in Hungarian Szöllös, meaning Vynohradnyĭ). At the end of the 17th cent. Vynohradiv was annexed by the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1919, as part of Zakarpatsʹka Ukraïna it was siezed by Czechoslovakia. In March 1939 Vynohradiv was reclaimed by Hungary which held it until Oct. 24, 1944 when it was liberated by Soviet forces. As part of Zakarpatsʹka Ukraïna it was reunited with the Ukrainian SSR)
      • found: Coll.-Lipp. gazetteer, 1971:p. 2036 (Vinogradov; orig. part of Austro-Hungary; 1920 Sevluš [no publs. in LC] ceded to Czechoslovakia; 1938 Nagyszöllös [no publs. in LC] ceded to Hungary; 1945 became part of USSR)
      • found: GEOnet names server. WWW, 05-20-96(Vynohradiv, ppl.: 48°09ʹ00ʺN, 22°46ʹ00ʺE; also lists 2 other Vinogradovo, one in Khersonsʹka oblastʹ at 46°22ʹ00ʺN, 32°56ʹ00ʺE, and another in the Crimea at 45°24ʹ00ʺN, 33°40ʹ00ʺE)
      • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(ppl; 48°09ʹ00ʺN 022°46ʹ00ʺE)
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      • 1982-06-22: new
      • 2010-05-15: revised
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