Peremyshl


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Peremyshl:

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, Ukr. Peremyshl, city (1989 est. pop. 67,000), Podkarpackie prov., extreme SE Poland, on the San River in the Carpathian foothills. It is a trade center and has metalworking, textile, and timber-working industries. Oil and natural gas are also produced.
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On 19 September 1566, Ivan issued an immunity charter to the Peremyshl' Sharovkin Monastery.
Kazakhstan citizens fought for Liyepayu, Peremyshl, the island of saaremaa, Murmansk, odessa and sevastopol.
Danilov wrote in a 1930 biography of the Grand Duke, "Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich, remembering the failure of the storm of Peremyshl' [Przemysl in Galicia] and evaluating the weak forces and resources of the Caucasus Army, was not a supporter of the storm of Erzerum, basing his opinion on the reports of General Palitsyn." (36) Maslovskii provided more details.
He was ordained a priest in Peremyshl in 1892 and was quickly ordained bishop of Stanislav (now Ivano-Frankivsk) in 1899.
Meanwhile, in the West of Ukraine, which belonged to Austria, the Galician women could obtain higher education primarily in highly westernized teachers' seminaries in Lviv (Czech utraquist curriculum) and in Peremyshl (Polish curriculum), none of which had Ukrainian as a language of instruction.
The metropolitan sent Mitrofan back to Novgorod and placed Antonii in the See of Peremyshl, near Kiev.
Some authors claim that they also established the dioceses of Peremyshl and Cracow a hundred years before St.