Novoiavorivsk

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Location
49°55'51"N
023°34'23"E
Country
 Ukraine
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Novoiavorivsk or Novoyavorivsk (Ukrainian: Новояворівськ) is a city in Yavoriv Raion, Lviv Oblast (region) of Ukraine. Population: 31,218 (2020 est.). The name of the town translates to "New Yavoriv".

History

The town is about 45 minute trip from the oblast's administrative centre Lviv. The town is located on a major road, which ends at the border of Poland as the E40 and continues to Lviv. The town was founded in 1965 as a workers' settlement called Jantarne (Ukrainian: Янтарне). In 1969 it was renamed to Novoiavorivsk. In 1984, a city club was built here. In 1985, a new well-maintained school for 1,568 students was built here. In January 1989 the population was 24 320 people.Novoiavorivsk's city center contains a large square with the town's "Palace of Culture" building and the town's church. The town also contains a football field. In the town based Hockey Club Levy. Novoiavorivsk is twinned with Leżajsk, Poland.

Notable people

Andriy "Kuzma" Kuzmenko — lead singer of the band "Skryabin". Vasyl Pryima (b. 1991) — Ukrainian footballer.
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