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Tymoshivka (Kamyanka)

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Tymoshivka
Тимошівка
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Tymoschiwka (Ukraine)
Tymoschiwka (48° 58′ 8″ N, 32° 4′ 7″O)
Tymoshivka
Basic data
Oblast: Cherkassy oblast
Rajon: Cherkassy Rajon
Height: 175 m
Area: Specification missing
Residents: 725 (2009)
Postcodes: 20815
Area code: +380 4732
Geographical Location: 48° 58′ N, 32° 4′ OCoordinates 48° 58′ 8″ N, 32° 4′ 7″O
KOATUU: 7121886701
Management breakdown: 1 village
Address: вул. Лісова, буд. 1
20815 с. Тимошівка
Website: Website of the municipal council
Statistical information
Tymoschiwka (Oblast Tscherkassy)
Tymoschiwka (48° 58′ 8″ N, 32° 4′ 7″O)
Tymoshivka

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Tymoshivka(Ukrainian Тимошівка, Russian Тимошовка

, Polish Tymoszówka) is a village in the south of the Ukrainian Cherkassy Oblast with about 700 inhabitants (2009[1]).

Museum of Karol Szymanowski in the Tymoshivka School

Tymoshivka is situated at an altitude of 175 m about 10 km south of Kamianka and 65 km south of Cherkassy.
The village administratively belongs to the rural district of Kamyanka. Until July 18, 2020, it was part of the Kamyanka rayon, which was merged into the Cherkassy rayon in July 2020 as part of the administrative reform of Ukraine.

In the village there was a Louis XIII style house of the Rościszewski family with a Louis XV style room, a dining room and a pink lounge, a billiard room and a library. Next to the building was a park.

Sons and daughters of the village

The Polish composer Karol Szymanowski (1882-1937) was born in the village.[2]

Web links

Commons: Tymoshivka– Collection of images

  • Tymoszówka, 1.). In: Filip Sulimierski, Władysław Walewski (eds.): Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich. Volume 15, Part 2: Januszpol-Wola Justowska. Walewskiego, Warsaw 1902, p. 670 (Polish, edu .pl).
  • Tymoszówka, 1.). In: Filip Sulimierski, Władysław Walewski (eds.): Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich. Volume 12: Szlurpkiszki-Warłynka . Walewskiego, Warsaw 1892, p. 708 (Polish, edu .pl).

Individual references

  1. Website of the local council on rada.info; retrieved 3 November 2020 (Ukrainian)
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