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Vladimirets changed hands 20 times in 1,000 years

Vladimirets changed hands 20 times in 1,000 years

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500 CE - See long description for details

500 CE - Historically, the area was known to nomadic peoples such as Scythians, Sarmations and Goths, as well as the Greeks and Romans, who established trading outposts in the area and throughout Europe.

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600 CE - See long description for details

600 CE - With 2 major rivers nearby, the Vladimirets area is a major trade route. However, the Volhynian region is largely undeveloped, with some herding activity and remote settlements. Vladimirets may have been a landing spot, but it wasn't a town yet.

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700 CE - See long description for details

700 CE - Not much has changed in 100 years, trade routes still work the rivers and the area is still largely undeveloped, with some herding activity and remote settlements.

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800 CE - See long description for details

800 CE - Not much has changed in 200 years, trade routes still work the rivers and the area is still largely undeveloped, with some herding activity and remote settlements.

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900 CE - See long description for details

900 CE - The rise of the Kievian Rus (the tribes that became the Russian people) helps establish larger cities on major trade routes.

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1000 CE - See long description for details

1000 CE - Under Volodimir I (also know as Vladimir the Great and St. Vladimir), the Galicia-Volhynia region is developed for agriculture and ruled by the Principality of Kiev. At this time, the Kievian Rus was geographically the largest state in Europe.

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1100 CE - See long description for details

The Vladimirets/Volhyn area is part of the outlying agricultural region for the Principality of Kiev. As the century moves on, the Kievian Rus state begins to disintegrate, and independent princedoms spring up.

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1200 CE - See long description for details

1200 CE - The city of Rivne (Rivno, Rovno, Dubno) is established in the Principality of Galicia-Volynia (1283 - Galytsk-Volhyn princedom). What would become Vladimirets is an outlying village of the Rivne trade center.

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1300 CE - See long description for details

1300 CE - Vladimirets is an agricultural village in Luzk.

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1400 CE - See long description for details

1400 CE - Wlodimierzec is an agricultural village in Poland.

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1500 CE - See long description for details

1500 CE - In the late 14th C, Vladimir-Volyn princedom and Wlodzimierzec passes to Lithuania, then back to Poland in 1569. The area is developed for logging and trade, which continues today.

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1600 CE - See long description for details

1600 CE - Now known as Wlozimierzec, Votovodship of Volhynsta, Poland. Creation of the legend of the founding of Volodymyrz by a Volhyn Prince chetvertyns'ky. Other legends speak of the village being built up by the industrialist Volodymyrko, who owned mines that fused metal from local bogs.

In 1667, the city received the royal privilege of self-management under the Magdebourg right and a line of privileges. By this time, Volodymyrets is well-known for foundry craft and bell-making, as well as lumber and trade.

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1700 CE - See long description for details

1700 CE - Wladimirow, Vopivodeship of Volhynsta, "Little Poland"

First Jewish settlement in Vladimirets, which by 1789 is known as Wlodzimierz, Palatinate of Lusuc (Lusk, Luck), Poland.

In 1794, the Volhynian region was included in the Pale of Settlement.

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1800 CE - See long description for details

1800 CE - Known as Vladimirets, Volynia gubernia, Russia.

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1900 CE - See long description for details

1900 CE - changes hands at least 8 times in the 20th Century:

1900 - 1920: Vladimirets, Volhynia gubernia, Russian Empire (except 1919, when it spent 2 months in the Ukranian Peoples Republic)

1920 - 1930: Wlodzimierz, Volhyn, Poland
1930 - 1939: Vladimiretz, Ruchskommisarant, Ukraine (Nazi Germany occupation)
1941 - 1944: Volodymyrets, Rivne Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
1945 - 1991: Volodymyrets, Rivenskaya Oblast, Ukraine

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2000 CE - See long description for details

2000 CE - Currently known as Volodymyrets, Rivenskya Oblast, Ukraine.

This little town changed hands at least 20 times in 1,000 years, and probably more. For a little town, it gets around.

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