Luka (Sambir)

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Luka (Ukraine)
Basic data
Oblast : Lviv Oblast
Rajon : Sambir district
Height : 285 m
Area : 9.5 km²
Residents : 333 (2004)
Population density : 35 inhabitants per km²
Postcodes : 81780
Area code : +380 3239
Geographic location : 49 ° 30 '  N , 23 ° 30'  E Coordinates: 49 ° 30 '18 "  N , 23 ° 29' 58"  E
KOATUU : 4624286001
Administrative structure : 4 villages
Mayor : Ivan Schyjko
Address: 81472 с. Лука
Statistical information
Luka (Lviv Oblast)

Luka (Ukrainian and Russian Лука ; Polish Łąka ) is a village in Sambir district of Lviv Oblast in western Ukraine, southwest of the Oblast capital Lviv on the Dniester River.

On August 12, 2015, the village became part of the newly established settlement community Dubljany (Дублянська селищна громада / Dubljanska selyschtschna hromada ), until then it formed together with the villages Saluschany ( Залужани ) Majnytsch ( Майнич ) and Mala Chworoschtscha ( Мала Хвороща ) the Luka settlement council .

The place was mentioned in writing for the first time in 1473, from 1774 to 1918 it belonged to the Austrian crown land of Galicia under its Polish name Łąka and was the seat of a district administration from 1854 to 1867 , after which a district court for the Sambor district was established. In the 19th century, the place was divided into the 2 independent places Łąka Rustykalna (north, secular property) and Łąka Szlachecka (south, aristocratic property), this separation was then lifted in the 1920s by the unification of the two places.

After the end of the First World War , the place came to Poland (in the voivodeship Lemberg , Powiat Sambor, Gmina Dorożów), was briefly occupied by the Soviet Union during World War II and then by Germany until 1944 .

After the end of the Second World War, the place was added to the Soviet Union , there the village came to the Ukrainian SSR and was renamed Oserne ( Озерне ) or Russian Osernoje ( Озерное ) in 1965 . Part of today's Ukraine since 1991, in 2001 the original place name Luka was reintroduced as a place name.

Sons and daughters of the village

  • Omeljan Pritsak (1919–2006), Ukrainian-American linguist, philologist, orientalist and historian
  • Ostap Luzkyj (1883–1941), Ukrainian writer, publicist and literary critic as well as military person and Polish politician

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Відповідно до Закону України "Про добровільне об'єднання територіальних громад" уо Львівмад "уо Львівсь Сасай онуромад" уо Львівсь Сасай онуромад "уо Львівсь Сасй онуромад" онуровсь Сасй онуромад "онуровсь Сасй онуромад" уо Львівсь Сайтонуромад "уо Львівсь Сайтонуромад" уо Львівсь
  2. ^ Reichsgesetzblatt of April 24, 1854, No. 111, page 401
  3. Reichsgesetzblatt of January 23, 1867, No. 17, page 39