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, Pol. Galicja, Ukr. Halychyna, Rus. Galitsiya, historic region (32,332 sq mi/83,740 sq km), SE Poland and W Ukraine, covering the slopes of the N Carpathians and plains to the north and bordering on Slovakia in the south.
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, Poland and Ukraine.
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Plays based on the actual revolution and the creation of the West Ukrainian People's Republic were also performed, including Dvanadtsiat (The twelve), Pidzemna Halychyna (Underground Galicia), and the aforementioned Rodyna Schitkariv (The family of brushmakers).
Nova Galicia, locally called Nova Halychyna, and Upa (a post-WWII settlement whose name commemorated the Ukrainian Insurgent Army [UPA]), are the only settlements in Parana with secular Ukrainian names (Nahachewsky 2011).