Lymanske (urban-type settlement)

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Not to be confused with Sulz, Ukraine.
For other places with the same name, see Lymanske.
Lymanske (urban-type settlement)
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Lymanske (urban-type settlement) is located in Ukraine
Lymanske (urban-type settlement)
Location in Ukraine
Coordinates: 46°39′50″N 29°58′15″E / 46.66389°N 29.97083°E / 46.66389; 29.97083Coordinates: 46°39′50″N 29°58′15″E / 46.66389°N 29.97083°E / 46.66389; 29.97083
Country  Ukraine
Oblast  Odessa Oblast
Raion Rozdilnianskyi Raion
Founded 1798
 • Total 5.05 km2 (1.95 sq mi)
Population (2014)
 • Total 7,430
 • Density 1,500/km2 (3,800/sq mi)
Time zone +2 (UTC+3)
Postal code 67452, 67453
Area code(s) +380 4853

Lymanske (Ukrainian: Лиманське) is a town in the Rozdilnianskyi Raion of the Odessa Oblast in Ukraine. It is located along the east side of the Kuchurhan Reservoir on the border with Transnistria in Moldova.


Assumption Church in Selz (beginning of 20th century)
Trinity Church in Kandel (end of 19th century)

A villages of Selz (named after Seltz in Alsace) and Kandel were established at this location along the Kuchurhan River in 1808 by Roman Catholic German and Alsatian (French citizens) immigrants to the Kutschurgan Valley, then part of the Russian Empire. It received its present name after the remaining German residents were driven from the area by the advancing Soviet army in 1944.

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