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an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Teofipol’ Raion, Khmel’nitskii Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Teofipol’ is situated on the Polkva River of the Dnieper River basin, 30 km from the Sukhovolia railroad station on the Ternopol-Shepetovka line and 97 km northwest of Khmel’nitskii. It has a sugar refinery, a cheese plant, a brickyard, and a mixed-feed plant.

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