Luka (Horodenka)

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Luka (Ukraine)
Basic data
Oblast : Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast
Rajon : Horodenka Raion
Height : no information
Area : 26.928 km²
Residents : 849 (2004)
Population density : 32 inhabitants per km²
Postcodes : 78117
Area code : +380 03430
Geographic location : 48 ° 47 '  N , 25 ° 15'  E Coordinates: 48 ° 47 '18 "  N , 25 ° 15' 27"  E
KOATUU : 2621682001
Administrative structure : 3 villages
Address: вул. Нова 3
78117 с. Лука
Website : City council website
Statistical information
Luka (Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast)

Luka ( Ukrainian Лука ; Russian Лука , Polish Łuka ) is a village in the Ukrainian Oblast Ivano-Frankivsk with about 800 inhabitants (2004).

Bridge over the Dniester near Luka

Luka lies in a bend in the river Dniester on its left bank and on the regional road P-20 . The district center Horodenka is 25 km southeast and the Oblast center Ivano-Frankivsk is about 50 km northwest of the village.

The village is the administrative center of the district council of the same name in Horodenka district , which also includes the villages of Monastyrok ( Монастирок , ) with about 100 inhabitants and Unisch ( Уніж , ) with about 150 inhabitants.


The place was mentioned in writing for the first time in 1465, initially in the Halitscher Land in the Ruthenian Voivodeship in the Kingdom of Poland (until 1569 in the aristocratic republic of Poland-Lithuania ).

After the partitions of Poland from 1772 to 1918, under its Polish name Łuka, belonged to the Obertyn district and later to the Horodenka district of the Austrian crown land Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria . After the end of the First World War , the village first came to the West Ukrainian People's Republic and after the Polish-Ukrainian War to Poland , where it was from 1921 in the Stanisławów , Powiat Horodenka , Gmina Nieźwiska Voivodeship . In September 1939 the village was occupied first by the Soviet Union and from summer 1941 to summer 1944 by the Wehrmacht and incorporated into the Galicia district.

After Luka was retaken by the Red Army at the end of the Second World War , it became part of the Ukrainian SSR within the Soviet Union and since its break-up in 1991 it has been part of the independent Ukraine.

Web links

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

Individual evidence

  1. Luka website on the official website of the Verkhovna Rada ; accessed on October 15, 2015 (Ukrainian)
  2. ^ Local history Luka in the history of the cities and villages of the Ukrainian SSR ; accessed on August 31, 2020 (Ukrainian)
  3. According to other sources, in the Podolia Voivodeship → see Rizzi Zannoni, Karta Podola, znaczney części Wołynia, płynienie Dniestru od Uścia, aż do Chocima y Ładowa, Bogu od swego zrzodła, aż do Ładyczawie, Kziekawie, Kziekawie, Kziełgouskgo Bracławskiego .; 1772 (Polish)
  4. ^ Reichs-Gesetz-Blatt for the Empire of Austria. Year 1867, IX. Piece, No. 17: "Ordinance of the State Ministry of January 23, 1867"