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|City rights||ca. 15th century|
|• Total||8.25 km2 (3.19 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,200/km2 (3,000/sq mi)|
The city was first mentioned in 1394. In many historic documents it is referred to as Khodoriv-stav. In many documents it is named Khodoriv-stav. It is connected with a male name Fedir and the situation of the town above a big lake. In the 15th century, Khodoriv was granted city status and a coat of arms.
Khodoriv was one of the major industrial hubs in Zhydachiv Raion and Lviv Oblast, with more than 10 manufacturing and other plants including the Sugar Plant and the Plant of Manufacturing Polygraph Machines. Within the city, there are three secondary education schools and two colleges. The city also has some monuments of architecture, including the St. Michael's Church. In addition, new church will rise in early 2000s, designed by Oleksandr Matviiv. Khodoriv has always been a big railroad hub in the region.
People from Khodoriv
- Rabbi Yehoshia Heshl Eichenstein of Khodorov, son of Rabbi Alexander Yom Tov Lipa of Zidichov
- Rabbi Yisochor Berish Eichenstein of Khodorov (d. 1918), son of Rabbi Yehoshia Heshl of Khodorov
- Ihor Kalynets — Ukrainian poet and Soviet dissident,
- Blessed Tarsykiya Matskiv — Ukrainian Greek Catholic nun and martyr,
- Oswald Balzer — Polish historian,
- Maria Bartlowa — Polish activist, senator of the Second Polish Republic, wife of Prime Minister Kazimierz Bartel,
- Zdzislaw Trojanowski — Polish ice-hockey player, who participated in the 1952 Winter Olympics,
- Yitzhak Golan — Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset.
- "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Retrieved 26 August 2017.
- castles.com.ua - Khodoriv
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