Hlyboka

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Hlyboka (Ukrainian: Глибока, Romanian: Adâncata) is a town in the Chernivtsi Oblast of western Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Hlybotsky Raion (district).

Coordinates: 48°5′N 25°56′E / 48.083°N 25.933°E / 48.083; 25.933

The current estimated population is around 9,800.

Before World War II, large parts of lands of Hlyboka were owned by Polish noble families: until 1892 by Prince Adam Sapieha, then by Bronislaw Skibniewski (1830-1904) and later by his son Aleksander Skibniewski (1868-1942).

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Twin towns - sister cities[edit]

Hlyboka is twinned with:

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Notes
  1. ^ "Piatra Neamţ - Twin Towns". © 2007-2008 Piatra-Neamt.net. Retrieved 2009-09-27. 

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