Sabrid (Chust)

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Sabrid (Ukraine)
Basic data
Oblast : Zakarpattia Oblast
Rajon : Khust district
Height : 412 m
Area : 34.04 km²
Residents : 2,077 (2001)
Population density : 61 inhabitants per km²
Postcodes : 90428
Area code : +380 3142
Geographic location : 48 ° 17 '  N , 23 ° 34'  E Coordinates: 48 ° 17 '27 "  N , 23 ° 34' 28"  E
KOATUU : 2125383001
Administrative structure : 1 village
Address: вул. Грушевського 173
90428 с. Забрідь
Website : City council website
Statistical information
Sabrid (Zakarpattia Oblast)

Sabrid ( Ukrainian Забрідь ; Russian Забродь Sabrod , Slovak (Vulčana) Zábrod , Hungarian Gázló ) is a village in the Ukrainian Zakarpattia Oblast with about 2000 inhabitants (2001).

View of the village from the northeast

A few kilometers from the village is the women's monastery of St. Michael the Archangel in the forest . There is a mineral water spring in the village .


The village is located in the middle of the Carpathian Forest at an altitude of 412  m on the banks of the Tereblja , an 80 km long tributary of the Tisza .

The village is the only village of the same name, 34.04 km² large district council in the east of Khust Raion 34 km northeast of the Khust district center and about 140 km southeast of the Uzhhorod oblast center .

Through the village runs the territorial road T-07-20 , which leads north to Kolotschawa and south to Drahowo .

East of Sabrid borders that the World Heritage of the Biosphere Reserve Carpathian scoring, nature reserve book jungle Uholka-Schyrokyj Luh .


The village in the historical region of Maramures belonged to the Hungarian part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1919 and then, as part of the Carpathian-Ukraine, to Czechoslovakia . During the Second World War , the village was again annexed to Hungary. Subsequently, the village came to the Ukrainian SSR within the Soviet Union and since 1991 Sabrid belongs to the independent Ukraine.

Individual evidence

  1. Local website on the official website of the Verkhovna Rada ; accessed on June 23, 2018 (Ukrainian)
  2. St. Michael the Archangel Monastery on ; accessed on June 22, 2018 (Ukrainian)
  3. St. Michael the Archangel Monastery on ; accessed on June 22, 2018 (Ukrainian)
  4. ^ Website of the district council on the official website of the Verkhovna Rada; accessed on June 23, 2018 (Ukrainian)