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former Chernigov region is divided between 3 countries today

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former Chernigov region is divided between 3 countries today

Posted: 4 Apr 2013 10:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Apr 2013 10:41AM GMT
From 1802 - 1929/1932 the Chernigovskaya gubernia/region (Czarist then Soviet Russia) had 15 uezd/ counties, 11 of which (Borzna, Hlukhiv, Horodnia, Kozelets, Konotop, Krolevets, Nizhen, Novhorod-Siverskyi, Oster, Sosnytsia, Chernihiv) are located within Ukraine today. The remaining four northern counties (Mglin, Novozybkov, Starodub, Surazh) were part of a mixed Ukrainian, Belarusyn and Russian ethnic territory and today are geopolitical entities in Russia and Belarus.
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Mighthelp 4 Apr 2013 4:40PM GMT 
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