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                  Місто Лохвиця
                  Місто Лохвиця
                  Title: Lokhvytsia City Status: It is the administrative center Lokhvytsia area. Location: Located on the right bank of the river Sula at the confluence of the rivers into it Sukha Lokhvytsia to 173 km. in the north-west of Poltava. Population: 12,500 thousand people Area: 30.88 square meters. km. Waterways: River Sula, River Sukha Lokhvytsia. Founded: 1320 Historical note: Lokhvytsia mentioned in historical sources in 1320, the eve of the invasion hordes of Batyi. Hillfort was low and narrow isthmus formed in the waterlogged floodplain Sukha Lokhvytsia. It is believed that the city name comes from the ancient Slavonic words loquat puddle, quagmire. In the 15 century, the land along the river dry Lokhvytsia the prince Glinskyi, and since the late 16 th century they owned Vishnevetskyi. In 1618, in the place of settlement built a new fortress surrounded with bulk earth rampart and palisade with loopholes for guns. Crimean Tatars captured fortress in 1669, and in 1680 it had been burned in the fire. Becoming in 1781 the center of the Chernigov district governorship, Lokhvytsia only once subsequently changed its administrative status when a short time (1796-1802) Was unimportant town Little Russian province. Soviet power was proclaimed on Jan. 22, 1918. In the years of Nazi occupation (12.09.1941-12.09. 1943) Nazis executed 400 inhabitants near the city, 536 people were taken to forced labor in Germany. Sightseeing: Annunciation Church, synagogue.