|Named for||ash tree|
|Elevation||931 m (3,054 ft)|
It was the site of the Hutsul Republic after World War I, and the birthplace of several prominent Ukrainians declaring independence from Kingdom of Hungary. This republic was ended by Romanian troops on June 11, 1919. Yasinia was shortly reoccupied by Hungary in July 1919 and passed to Czechoslovakia according to the Treaty of Trianon. Hungary again occupied and annexed it as part of Carpathian Ruthenia in 1939 and held it until the end of the war. It was given to the Soviet Union in 1945.
People from Yasinia
- Kobyletska Poliana and Velykyi Bychkiv, the other two urban-type settlements in Rakhiv Raion of Zakarpattia Oblast
- "Чисельність наявного населення України (Actual population of Ukraine)" (PDF) (in Ukrainian). State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Retrieved 19 July 2016.
- Kuzych, Ingert. "Focus on Pilately". Retrieved 2009-06-24.
- Kuzych, Ingert (July–August 1991). "In Search of the Church at Yasinia (Jasina)" (PDF). The Czechoslovak Specialist. 53 (4): 4. ISSN 0526-5843. Retrieved 2009-06-24.