Dzhvynuv

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Dzhvynuv
Джвинув
Dzhvynuv is located in Ukraine
Dzhvynuv
Dzhvynuv
Ukraine
Highest point
Elevation 1,107 m (3,632 ft)
Coordinates 48°58′26″N 23°44′04″E / 48.97389°N 23.73444°E / 48.97389; 23.73444
Geography
Parent range Carpathian Mountains

The Zwinin (Ukrainian: Джвинув or Dschwynuw; Polish: Dżwinów) is a mountain a few kilometers south of Stryi, Ukraine, in the Outer Eastern Carpathians.

The peak is 1107 meters[1][2] above sea level and the ridge is 10 kilometers long. Together with the River Stryi, the mountain is part of a national park called “natsional'ny park Skolivs'ki Beskydy” (National Park of the Skole Beskids).

In World War I a battle took place from 5 February – 9 April 1915. The South-East-Army of the Central Powers took the Zwinin under the leadership of Felix Graf von Bothmer.

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