Zakarpats'ka

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geographical name Za·kar·pat·s'ka \ˌzä-kər-ˈpät-skə\
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Carpathian Ruthenia

\kär-ˈpā-thē-ən-rü-ˈthē-nyə, -nē-ə\play or

Ruthenia

Definition of Zakarpats'ka

  1. region of western Ukraine south of the Carpathian Mountains capital Uzhgorod area 4942 square miles (12,800 square kilometers), population 1,258,264 Zakarpats'ka was part of Hungary before 1918 from1939 to 1945. From 1918 to 1938, it was a province of Czechoslovakia.


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