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 (tĕr-nō′pēl) or Ter·no·pol (-pəl)
A city of western Ukraine west-southwest of Kiev. Founded in 1540, it passed to Austria in 1772 and was held by Poland from 1920 until 1939, when it was annexed by the USSR.
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Galicia, as used here, comprises three western oblasts of Ukraine: Ivano-Frankivs'k, L'viv, and Ternopil'.
Zarvanyts'ka sviatynia prybula v Ternopil' [Zarvanytsia icon arrived to Ternopil].
Two months later the Moscow Synod granted their request, and on 8 July 1951, Archbishop Macarius of L'viv and Ternopil' was formally enthroned as metropolitan of Warsaw and all Poland.