Place:Izmail, Bessarabia, Russia

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NameIzmail
Alt namesCahulsource: FHLC
Ismailsource: FHLC
Izmailsource: FHLC
Kagulsource: FHLC
TypeHistorical District, Administrative Region/City
Located inBessarabia, Russia
Also located inMoldova     (1991 - )
Romania    
Ukraine     (1991 - )
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Izmail (translit. Izmayil; Russian and , translit. Izmail; ; ; also referred to as Ismail; ) is a historic city on the Danube river in south-western Ukraine. The city is the administrative center of the Izmail Raion (district) in the Odessa Oblast (province) and the largest Ukrainian port on the Danube. As such, it is a center of the food processing industry and a popular regional tourist destination. It is also a base of the Ukrainian Navy and the Ukrainian Sea Guard units operating on the river. The World Wildlife Fund's Isles of Izmail Regional Landscape Park is located nearby.

The current estimated population is around 85,000, with ethnic Russians forming about 42.7% of that total, 38% being Ukrainians, 10% Bessarabian Bulgarians, and 4.3% Moldovans.

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Cahul (Russian: Kagul/Кагул) is a city in southern Moldova. The city is the administrative center of Cahul District; it also administers one village, Cotihana. As of 1 January 2009, it has an estimated population of 39,400.


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