from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Coat of arms of Deliatyn
Delyatyn (Ukraine)
Basic data
Oblast : Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast
Rajon : Nadvirna district
Height : 418 m
Area : 10.28 km²
Residents : 8,184 (January 1, 2011)
Population density : 796 inhabitants per km²
Postcodes : 78442
Area code : +380 3475
Geographic location : 48 ° 32 '  N , 24 ° 38'  E Coordinates: 48 ° 31 '38 "  N , 24 ° 37' 42"  E
KOATUU : 2624055900
Administrative structure : 1 urban-type settlement , 3 villages
Mayor : Mychajlo Kossylo
Address: вул. 16 Липня 273
78442 смт. Делятин
Statistical information
Delyatyn (Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast)

Deljatyn (Ukrainian Делятин ; Russian Deljatin , Polish Delatyn ) is an urban-type settlement in western Ukraine south of the Oblast capital Ivano-Frankivsk at the confluence of the Lyubysnya (Любижня) with the Prut .

View of the place

On 17 August 2017, the village became the center of the newly established settlement community Delatyn (Делятинська селищна громада / Deljatynska selyschtschna hromada ) to this are also the three villages Tschorni Oslawy (Чорні Ослави) Chorny Potik (Чорний Потік) and Saritschtschja , until then it formed the settlement council of the same name.


The place was mentioned in writing for the first time in 1400 and was in the Polish-Lithuanian aristocratic republic in the Ruthenian Voivodeship until 1772 . Under the Polish name Delatyn it belonged to the Austrian Galicia until 1918 and was the seat of a district administration from 1854 to 1867 and then the seat of a district court for the Nadwórna district . After the end of the First World War he came to Poland , was incorporated into the Stanislau Voivodeship from 1921 and was only occupied by the Soviet Union and from 1941 to 1944 by the German Reich and attached to the Galicia district during World War II . In the spring or summer of 1942, under the direction of Hans Krüger , the head of the security police in Stanislau , 3,000 Jews were shot near Deljatyn.

In 1945 the city came back to the Soviet Union , there it became part of the Ukrainian SSR and has been part of today's Ukraine since 1991. In 1961 the place was renamed to Diljatyn (Ділятин), in 1989 the place was renamed back to your current name.

Since 1894 the place has had a train station on the Sighetu Marmației – Ivano-Frankivsk railway line , and in 1899 the current Delyatyn – Stepaniwka line (then as the local line Delatyn – Kolomea – Stefanówka ) was added.

The place, which is pronounced "Dyljatyn" in the local dialect, is recognized in literary texts by Jurko and Taras Prochasko , Andrzej Stasiuk and Wassyl Machno .

Web links

Commons : Deljatyn  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Відповідно до Закону України "Про добровільне об'єднання територіальних громад" у і вано-уромад "у і вано-уранкану ісумад" у іавано-урання
  2. ^ Reichsgesetzblatt of April 24, 1854, No. 111, page 401
  3. Dieter Schenk: The Lviv Professors Murder and the Holocaust in East Galicia. Bonn 2007, ISBN 978-3-8012-5033-1 , p. 186.
  4. Про уточнення найменувань селищ міського типу Отиня і Ділятин Івано-Франківської області