Berezan, Kyiv Oblast

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Berezan

Березань
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The center of Berezan
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Berezan
Coordinates: 50°19′11″N31°28′12″E / 50.31972°N 31.47000°E / 50.31972; 31.47000 Coordinates: 50°19′11″N31°28′12″E / 50.31972°N 31.47000°E / 50.31972; 31.47000
Country Ukraine
Oblast Kyiv Oblast
First reference1616
Incorporated (town)1981
Government
   Mayor Volodymyr Tymchenko [1]
Area
  Land32.92 km2 (12.71 sq mi)
Population
 (2020)
  Total16,383
Postal code
07540 — 07543
Area code(s) +380 4576
Website http://www.berezan.com.ua

Berezan (Ukrainian : Березань, Polish : Berezań, Russian : Березань) is a city in Kyiv Oblast (region) of Ukraine. Administratively, it is incorporated as a town of oblast significance. Population: 16,383(2020 est.) [2] .

History

Berezań was first mentioned in Kyiv Voivodeship chronicles in 1616. It was part of the voivodeship as a royal city of Poland until 1667, when it passed to Russia.

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References

  1. (in Ukrainian) The second round will be held in the city of Kyiv region: "servant" against the EU representative, Ukrayinska Pravda (2 November 2020)
  2. "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine . Retrieved 30 September 2020.