|Oblast :||Lviv Oblast|
|Rajon :||Turka district|
|Height :||677 m|
|Area :||2.2 km²|
|Residents :||1,073 (2001)|
|Population density :||488 inhabitants per km²|
|Area code :||+380 3269|
|Geographic location :|
|Administrative structure :||4 villages|
|Mayor :||Ihor Komarnyzkyj|
|Address:||82562 с. Комарники|
Komarnyky (Ukrainian Комарники ; Russian Комарники / Komarniki , Polish Komarniki ) is a village in Turka Raion in Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine . The place is 16 kilometers south of the Rajon capital Turka and 117 kilometers southwest of the Oblast capital Lviv near the border with Poland on the Stryj .
The place, mentioned in writing for the first time in 1493, initially belonged to the Ruthenian Voivodeship of the aristocratic republic of Poland-Lithuania , from 1772 to 1918 to Austrian Galicia . After the end of the First World War, the place became part of Poland and from 1921 was officially in the Stanislau , Powiat Turka, Gmina Komarniki voivodeships - from 1931 in the Lviv voivodeship . During the Second World War, Komarnyky was incorporated into the Ukrainian SSR by the Soviet Union from 1939 to 1941 and then occupied by Germany (incorporated into the Galicia district ) until 1944 .
- Komarniki . In: Filip Sulimierski, Władysław Walewski (eds.): Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich . tape 4 : Kęs – Kutno . Walewskiego, Warsaw 1883, p. 299 (Polish, edu.pl ).