Church in Tetiiv
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Tetiiv is an administrative center of Tetiiv Raion of Kyiv Region. Tetiiv has a railway station on the Southwestern Railways Koziatyn - Zhashkiv line. Population: 12,855 (2020 est.)
The city is located on two banks of the Roska River, into which the right tributaries of the Rosishka and Dubravka flow.
Read more: The Tetiiv story.
The total population is 13 192 people.
The Kozyatin-Zhashkiv railway passes through the city, there are two railway stations: Tetiiv and Sloboda Post (in the western part of the city - “on Sloboda”, across the river). Tetiiv station is a big one, there is a big hall and a ticket office. There is a bus station.
At the beginning of the 19th century, a stone church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was building in Tetiiv. A chapel was erecting next to the church, which later served as a family tomb for the Svejkovskiy family. The chapel today has been preserving in good condition and is an architectural monument of national importance. On March 11, 2006, the Catholics of Tetiiv received the keys to the chapel. The chapel is building in antique style. In front of the entrance is a four-column ionic portico with an inscription in Polish “Tym ktorzy zmartwychwstana” (“For those who rise from the dead”) and a triangular pediment with a cross. Above the wrought-iron doors there is a coat of arms and an inscription in Polish, the inscription “Coffins of the Svejkovskiy family”. The chapel is all that remains of the Tetiiv Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which in Soviet times converted into a club, then to the house of pioneers, and eventually became the factory floor of the Electronmash factory. The chapel in those days served as a composition for the plant.
The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was built in the 1820s on the site of an ancient wooden[ clarification needed ]. The decoration of the church was a granite sculpture of St. Jan Nepomutskiy, and the letters N.P.M. Although, according to the Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland, it is stated that ... "Latins have in Tetiiv their church a stone parish named after St. John of Nepomucen, Build in the current century (XIX)." In Soviet times, the church became part of the Electronmash factory. Despite this fact, the architectural elements of the church are well preserved, it makes it possible to restore it and the city can receive an architectural monument with a two hundred year history.
The monument was erecting on May 2, 2016 in a city park in honor of the 410 anniversary of the receipt by Tetiiv of the privilege of self-government under Magdeburg Law.
The commemorative sign installed on May 2, 2016 in a city park on the spot where at the beginning of the 17th century. The Tetiiv City Hall was build.
The City Hall was an indispensable condition for the city to receive self-government under Magdeburg Law, and for 400 years the most significant historical events for the city took place within its walls. On May 13 and 14, the last king of Poland, Stanislav Augustus, stayed in Tetiiv, including a visit to the Tetiiv Town Hall. During his campaign in Volyn, the hetman Bogdan Khmelnitsky spoke to the residents of Tetiiv from the balcony of the Tetiiv Town Hall.
Four mounds have been preserving near Tetiiv since those ancient times, but only two of them have names: “Red Grave” and “Green Tavern”. The area of the mound "Red Grave" is the oldest place of Tetiiv, the site of the oldest burial place of the city residents.
The local historian described the legend according to which in the old days the city of Timoshnia stood on the site of Tetiiv. This city was not yet Christian. Timoshnia destroyed, but the inhabitants managed to bury their treasures near the grave, which in the 19th century called Red. In 1830, a large treasure founded next to the grave, consisting of coins in the form of fish scales and grain.
German colonists built a water brick mill, as well as a dam with two bridges, in 1812.
This area was called Porhun because the water fluttered in the spring, that is, it was noisy.
Until 1917, the owner of the mill was Gabriel Vasilievich Tsutsman. The mill itself worked until 1941.
Gradually improve the improvement of the city. The streets are mostly paved, there are new residential and office buildings. There is a centralized water supply, the city is gasified, radio-controlled, the streets run minibuses.
However, the city's industry suffered significant losses. By the end of the 1980s, the city had the following industrial facilities: the Electronmash plant (branch), the Symbol plant (focused on the military industry), a bakery, a butter factory, etc. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the city failed to retain most of its industrial facilities, objects, each of which ceased to exist during the 1990-2000s. However, a number of successful agricultural sector companies appeared in the city during Independence.
Trade plays a big role. Shops, MAFs are located in different microdistricts of the city. Also in the city is the newspaper Tetievska Zemlya.
By the decision of the 6th session of the 7th convocation of the Tetiiv City Council dated May 17, 2018 No. 156 -06-VII, it was decided to join the EU Mayors for Economic Growth Initiative, sign a membership agreement and implement a number of measures to ensure sustainable economic development of the society. The primary task is to develop, in cooperation with the private sector and civil society, the Local Economic Development Plan of the City Municipality for the period until 2020 with the participation of representatives of all administrative units that are part of the Tetiiv Community, deputies, public activists, specialists and regional consultants.
On November 22 and 23, 2018, a high-level conference “Municipalities for Economic Growth” was held in Kyiv, organized by two initiatives at once, in which the Tetiiv City participates, namely the initiative of the European Commission “Covenant of Mayors” and the initiative of the European Union “Mayors for Economic Growth” .
Under the terms of both initiatives, the city-participant must, in certain of time, prepare normative strategic documents in various areas of life, more precisely in the field of energy efficiency and economic development. The deadlines for the preparation of the program “Local Economic Development Plan of Tetiiv until 2020” are September 2018.
The program "The local economic development plan of the Tetiiv City until 2020" was prepared in a short time by the appropriate working group of the Executive Committee Tetiiv City Council.
After an expert assessment of the coordinators of the initiative “Mayors for Economic Growth” in Ukraine, the “Plan of local economic development of the Tetiiv City until 2020”, submitted to the World Bank experts. Within the framework of the aforementioned conference, the cities participating in the Mayors for Economic Growth initiative awarded with Certificates of Conformity for the Local Economic Development Plans submitted for consideration. The Tetiiv City received such a certificate, confirming it's a full member of the European Union's initiative “Mayors for Economic Growth” and the city whose “The Local Economic Development Plan” has been positive evaluated and approved by World Bank experts.
Since 2017, the Tetiiv City has been the administrative center of the Tetiiv city united territorial community. The community includes 13 counties .
Kyiv Regional Expert Center for Energy Efficiency.
Change in projects:
CE "Communal non-profit enterprises" TETIIV City primary care centers "Tetiiv CITY COUNCIL Tetiiv City Central District Hospital.
The number of preschool institutions – 5
Cultural and Sports Institutions
• Museum of Local History • Grave of glory • Barrow "Red Grave" • Barrow at the Plohanivskiy cemetery • Mill “Porhun” (end of the 19th century) on the Porhunov Dam • Remains of the Assumption Church Sveikovsky Chapel and the remains of the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary • Monument to the victims of the Holodomor of 1932-1933 • Monument to executed members of Koliivshchyna • Monument in honor of the 410th anniversary of the receipt by Tetiiv of the privilege of self-government under Magdeburg Law • Memorial sign on the site of the Tetiiv City Hall • Estate of Maria Morochinsky • Mazepintsy forest • Chagari forest • red chasm • bulls • Landscape reserve of local importance "Lebediniy" • island of lovers • Fountain "Zoya" • Playground in the city park "Fortress" • Monument to Yuri Winner • Monument to Andrew the First-Called • Monument to Princess Olga • Park "Kazkoviy" • art benches
Bairakivskiy Anatoliy Ivanovich (* 1935) - Ukrainian scientist, candidate of historical sciences, professor. Bileush Domna Nikolaevna - Honored Teacher of Ukraine, founder of the Museum of History, Tetiev. Barsuk Nikolay Aleksandrovich (* 1947) - Ukrainian politician Bura Olga Anatoliivna - Ukrainian TV presenter and model. After her death in 2004, she was buried in a local cemetery. Houzh Thuriy - Head of Jewish Self-Defense Tetiiv City 1919-1920.
Grigory Kirilyuk - writer Gumenyuk Victor Oleksandrovych (1990-2015) - senior soldier of the Armed forces of Ukraine, participant in the Russian-Ukrainian war. David Fishman - professor of physics, Hero of Socialist Labor, laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes of the Soviet Union Dudun Tatyana Volodymyrivna (1967) - Ukrainian geographer-cartographer, candidate of geographical sciences, associate professor of the Department of Geography, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. Zyma (Buzhenetska) Galyna Ivanivna (1944) - Ukrainian scientist-economist, candidate of economic sciences, professor of Poltava University of Trade Economics named after Mikhail Tugan-Baranovsky.
Kostetsky Boris Ivanovich - Ukrainian scientist in the field of surface quality of metals, reliability and durability of machines. Martsenyuk Yuri Grygorovich (1960-2014) - a soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, a participant in the Russian-Ukrainian war. Rogal Vitaliy Sergiyovich - People's Artist of Russia. Yaakov Orland (יעקב אורלנד) (1914-2002) - Israeli poet, translator, playwright Phil Spitalny (November 7, 1890 – October 11, 1970) Teslyuk Georgy Mykhailovich (1979-2016) - volunteer doctor, participant in the Russian-Ukrainian war  Sukhatsky Leonid Andriyovich (1969-2015) - senior sergeant of the Armed forces of Ukraine, a participant in the Russian-Ukrainian war.
On May 2, 2016, on the 502nd anniversary of the founding of the Tetiiv City and on the four hundred and tenth anniversary of the granting of the city of Magdeburg law, the film was dedicated to Tetiiv Tourist or Picturesque Places of Tetiiv, authored by Valery Grysha Promotional video of the Tetiiv City - “My Little Europe”. Words of the video's author Valery Grysha: “The revival of small towns is the revival of Ukraine, and this, in turn, is the path to Europe. In my opinion, everything in Ukraine is much better: nature, landscapes, and architectural sights. All this needs to be higher, showed, photographed and shot. ”
Tetiiv City day Since 2016, City Day celebrations have been postponing to the first decade of May, when Tetiiv received self-government under Magdeburg Law, namely on May 4, 1606 at the request of Prince Janush Ostrozhskiy.
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