In 11th - 13th centuries it was one of two main cities of Horyn River basin. In the 12th century Peresopnytsia was a capital of the Peresopnytsia principality which was a regional principality of the Volhynian Principality.
On 29 August 1561 in Peresopnytsia Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Nativity was finished work on creation of Peresopnytsia Gospel which is today known as the National relic of Ukraine.
- 1147-1149 Viacheslav I of Kiev
- 1150-1150 Mstislav, son of Yuri Dolgorukiy
- 1150-1151 Andrey Bogolyubsky as prince of Peresopnytsia and Turov
- 1152-1154 Volodymyr, son of Andrei the Good
- 1155-1156 Mstislav II of Kiev
- 1180-1220 Mstislav the Mute, son of Yaroslav II of Kiev
- 1225-1229 Vasilko Romanovich
- Pryshchepa, B. Medieval Peresopnytsia in written and archaeological sources. Historical Volhynia portal
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