|Population Density:||543 inhabitants per km²|
|Area code:||+380 3633|
|Management breakdown:||3 villages|
|Address:||вул. Шевченка 56
35512 с. Теслугів
Tesluhiv (Ukrainian Теслугів; Russian Теслугов/Teslugov, Polish Tesłuhów) is a village in Ukraine, within Rivne Oblast; it lies south of the Pyashivka River, approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of the rayon’s capital Radyvyliv and 72 km (72 mi) south-west of the oblast capital Rivne.
The village together with the villages of Korytne (Коритне) and Plyashivka (Пляшівка) forms the district municipality of Tesluhiv
The village was first mentioned in writing in 1545, and until the Third Polish Partitions in 1795 it was located in the Noble Republic of Poland-Lithuania, Ruthenian Voivodeship. After that it came to the Russian Empire and was incorporated into the Volhynia Governorate. After the end of the First World War the borders were redrawn, the place came to the Second Polish Republic and from 1934 it was included in the Gmina Tesłuhów, Powiat Dubno, Volhynia Voivodeship.
During the Second World War the place came to the Soviet Union from September 1939 and was incorporated into the Ukrainian SSR, after the beginning of the German-Soviet War the place came under German rule in the Reichskommissariat Ukraine, Generalbezirk Wolhynien-Podolien, Kreisgebiet Dubno, but was again incorporated into the Ukrainian SSR after the end of the Second World War. Since 1991 Tesluhiv is a part of today’s Ukraine.
In 1940 the village became for a short time the rayon capital of the rayon of the same name Tesluhiw, but this was transferred to Kosyn in the same year.
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- Tesłuhów. In: Filip Sulimierski, Władysław Walewski (eds.): Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich. Volume 12: Szlurpkiszki-Warłynka . Walewskiego, Warsaw 1892, p. 318 (Polish, edu .pl).