Bila Tserkva


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Bila Tserkva

(byē`lä tsĕrk`vä), Rus. Belaya Tserkov, city (1989 pop. 197,000), in central Ukraine, on the Ros River. It is a rail junction and an industrial and commercial center. Industries include food processing and the manufacture of machinery, clothing, and building materials. The city was founded in 1032 and was the headquarters of the Ukrainian Cossacks in the 17th cent. It passed to Russia in 1793.
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Roman Catholic representatives also expressed frustration about unrealized restitution claims in Odesa, Mykolayiv, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Bila Tserkva, Uman, Zhytomyr, and Kiev.
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Founded in the 11th century, Bila Tserkva ("White Church") long remained a minor regional centre.
Roman Catholic representatives expressed frustration at unrealized restitution claims in Sevastopol, Bila Tserkva, Uman, Zhytomyr, and Kiev.
Location : Ukraine: towns of Bila Tserkva, Zhmerynka and Khmelnytskyy