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                  Селище міського типу Оратів
                  Селище міського типу Оратів
                  Title: Urban-type Orativ Position: Administrative Center Orativ area. Location: Located 89 km east of Vinnytsia. Population: 3,000 inhabitants Area: no information Waterways: Rivers Zhyva Founded: 1545 Background: Orativ was first mentioned in the materials of the Vilnius Seimas in 1448. The population had to beat off the predatory attack the Sultan of Turkey, the Crimean Tatars. The most devastating attack was in 1562, 1566, 1568, 1575, 1589's. From 1672 to 1699 region was ruled by the Turks created Sarmatian kingdom. In 1793, as a result of redistribution of Poland became a member of the Russian Empire. Since 1923 - the district center Podillia. Since 1932 the area belonged to the Kiev area, from 1939 - to Vinnytsia. In 1962, the district Orativ disbanded, and in December 1979 - retrieved. Sightseeing: National History Museum.