Zbarazh


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Zbarazh

 

a city (since 1939) and administrative center of Zbarazh Raion, Ternopol’ Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, on the Gnezna River (Dnestr basin). Railroad station on the Ternopol’- Shepetovka line. It is the site of a packaging combine, a factory producing cast objects for household use (for example, ventilators), a sugar refinery, and a wine and must distillery.

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