|Oblast :||Khmelnytskyi Oblast|
|Rajon :||Khmelnitsky district|
|Height :||300 m|
|Area :||2.49 km²|
|Residents :||2,359 (2001)|
|Population density :||947 inhabitants per km²|
|Area code :||+380 3822|
|Geographic location :|
|Administrative structure :||4 villages|
|Address:||вул. Сапунова, буд. 37/2
31336 с. Аровечка
|Website :||City council website|
The inhabitants of the village, which was founded in the 17th century, are partly descendants of Poles who immigrated from Mazovia over 300 years ago and are called Masuria by the Ukrainians .
Scharowetschka since 2017, the administrative center of the country Municipality in Rajon Khmelnytsky to still the villages Mazkiwzi ( Мацьківці , ) with about 1100 inhabitants, Malaschiwzi ( Малашівці , ) with about 640 inhabitants and Wolyzja ( Волиця , ) with about 290 Residents belong.
The village is located 9 km west of the inner city of the district and oblast center Khmelnytskyi on the bank of the 30 km long Ploska ( Плоска ), which flows a few kilometers from the right into the Southern Bug . The M 12 trunk road runs south of the village .
- Entry on Sharovechka in the History of Cities and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR (Ukrainian)
- Szaraweczka . In: Filip Sulimierski, Władysław Walewski (eds.): Słownik geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego i innych krajów słowiańskich . tape 11 : Sochaczew – Szlubowska Wola . Walewskiego, Warsaw 1890, p. 792 (Polish, edu.pl ).