Baryliv

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50°20'27"N
024°51'59"E
Country
 Ukraine
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Baryliv (Ukrainian: Бари́лів) is a small village (selo) in Radekhiv Raion, Lviv Oblast of Western Ukraine. Area of the village is just 1,48 km2 and the population of village is just about 427 persons. Local government is administered by Barylivska village council.

Geography

The village Baryliv is situated in the north of Lviv region (Lviv Oblast ), near the borders of Volyn Oblast. It is at a distance from the regional center Lviv 105 kilometres (65 mi) , 21 kilometres (13 mi) from the district center Radekhiv, and 77 kilometres (48 mi) from the administrative center of Volyn Oblast – Lutsk.

History

The oldest record of the village refers to 1448. Although the official founding date of the village dates back to 1575 year. From 1919 to 1939 village Baryliv together with the Radekhiv Raion was annexed to the Lwów Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic. After the war territory was passed to the Soviet Union. Since 1991 it has been part of independent Ukraine.

Cult constructions and religion

In the village has an old wooden church, which is registered in the Catalog Wooden Churches of Ukraine. It is the Church of St. Simeon 1885 (wooden).

Famous people

Myron Tarnavsky (1869 – 1938) – a supreme commander of the Ukrainian Galician Army, the military of the West Ukrainian People's Republic. He was born into a family of priests in the village Baryliv, Lviv region.
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