Place:Luhansk, Ukraine

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NameLuhansk
Alt namesLugansksource: Family History Library Catalog
Luhans'ksource: Russia, National Geographic (1993) map supplement
Luhanshchynasource: Wikipedia
Luhansksource: Getty Vocabulary Program
Luhans’ka oblast’source: Wikipedia
Voroshilovgradsource: Encyclopædia Britannica (1988) XII, 432
Voroshylovgradsource: Family History Library Catalog
Voroshylovhradsource: Family History Library Catalog
Vorošilovgradsource: Encyclopædia Britannica (1988) XII, 432
Луганська областьsource: Wikipedia
Луганщинаsource: Wikipedia
TypeOblast
Coordinates49.0°N 39.0°E
Located inUkraine
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Inhabited place
Ajdar-Nikolajevka
Alchevsk
Aleksandropol'
Aleksandrovsk
Aleksejev
Aleksejevka
Almaznaya
Almazovka
Antratsit
Artemovsk
Bachmutovka
Bajrački
Baranykivka
Barykino
Belogorovka
Beloje
Belokurakino
Belolutsk
Belovodsk
Biryukove
Bobrykove
Bokovo Platovo
Bol'šečernigovka
Bol'šoj Suchodol
Bondar'ov
Bondarivka
Borovskoye
Br'anka
Bugajevka
Bulavinovka
Bulgakovka
Central'no-Bokovskoj
Chernukhino
Chervonapopivka
Chervonopartizansk
Chervonyy Zhovten'
Chuhynka
Davido-Nikol'skoje
Denezhnykove
Dolinovskoje
Dolžanskaja
Donets'kyy
Dontsivka
Dyakovo
Dzeržinskij
Energodar
Engel's'ovo
Fashchivka
Frunze
Gannovka
Golubovka
Gorodishche
Gorskoje
Heorhiyivka
Horodyshche
Hrechyshkyne
Irmino
Ivanovka
Izvaryne
Jesaulovka
Kabanje
Kabychivka
Kalaus-Kr'akovka
Kalininskij
Kalmykivka
Kalynove
Kamenka
Karpovka
Kirovs'k
Kolyadivka
Komissarovka
Kommunarsk
Komyshuvakha
Krasnaja Talovka
Krasne
Krasnodarskij
Krasnodon
Krasnyy Kut
Krasnyy Luch
Kremennaya
Kripens'kyy
Krivorožje
Kryms'ke
Kryzs'ke
Kur'ačeje
Kuryachivka
Kuzemovka
L'ubimyj
Lenins'ke
Lisichansk
Lomuvatka
Lozno-Alexandrovka
Lozove
Lozovskij
Luhansk
Lutuhyne
Lyman
Lytvynivka
Lyzyne
Makiyivka
Malor'azancevo
Man'kivka
Markovka
Medvežinka
Melovoye
Michajlovka
Miluvatka
Miusyns'k
Molodogvardeysk
Molodohvariys'k
Morozivka
Mostki
Moyseyyivka
Muratove
Nahol'no-Tarasivka
Neshcheretove
Nikolajevka
Nizhneye
Nizhniy Nagolchik
Nizhnyaya Duvanka
Nizhnyaya Olkhovaya
Nižn'aja Ivanovka
Nižn'aja-Gerasimovka
Nižne-Pokrovka
Nižne-T'oploje
Nižneje Platino
Nova Bila
Novaya Astrakhan
Novoalekseyevka
Novoaydar
Novoborove
Novoderkul
Novodruzhes'k
Novokrasnyanka
Novolimarevka
Novomykil's'ke
Novookhtyrka
Novooleksandrivka
Novoomel'kovo
Novopskov
Novorozsosh
Novostril'tsivka
Novosvitlivka
Nyzhn'obaranykivka
Ol'chovoje
Orikhivka
Osynyve
Parižskaja Kommuna
Parkhomenko
Pavlivka
Perevalsk Kommuna
Pervomajka
Pervomajsk
Pervomays'k
Petrovka
Petrovo-Krasnoselje
Petrovs'ke
Pisky
Polovynkyne
Popasnaya
Preobrazhenne
Privol'n'anskij
Proletarsk
Proletarskij
Pryvillya
Rajgorodka
Rayhorodka
Rodakovo
Rovenki
Rubezhnove
Rudivka
Severodonetsk
Shchastya
Shchotove
Shul'hynka
Simeykyne
Slov'yanoserbs'k
Sofiyivs'kyy
Spivakivka
Srednyj
Stakhanov
Stanychno-Luhans'ke
Starobelsk
Staryj-Ajdar
Stormovo
Streltsovka
Svatovo
Sverdlovsk
Svetlanovo
Svystunivka
Syrotyne
Talovoje
Tarasovka
Toshkivka
Tr'ochizbenka
Troyits'ke
Uspenka
Ustinovka
Vakhrusheve
Varvarivka
Velykots'k
Velykyy Loh
Vengerovka
Verchne-T'oploje
Verchneduvannyj
Verchnyj Nagol'čik
Vergulevka
Verkhnye
Vesela Hora
Volodars'k
Vovchoyarivka
Vrubivs'kyy
Vrubovka
Yasinivs'kyy
Yevsug
Yur'ivivka
Zakotne
Zaporizhzhya
Zolotoye
Zoryns'k
Zymohir'ya
Čabanovka
Šacht'orskij
Šterovka
Ž'oltoje
Žuravl'ovka
Unknown
Novoaĭdar
Troït︠s︡'ke
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Luhansk Oblast (translit. Luhans’ka oblast’, , translit. Luganskaya oblast; also referred to as Luhanshchyna – or locally as Luhan' (Лугань)) is the easternmost oblast (province) of Ukraine. Its administrative center is Luhansk. The oblast was established in 1938 and bore the name Voroshilovgrad Oblast (until 1958 and again 1970 to 1990) in honor of Kliment Voroshilov.

Important cities within the oblast include: Alchevsk, Antratsyt, Bryanka, Kirovsk, Krasnyi Luch, Krasnodon, Lysychansk, Luhansk, Pervomaisk, Rovenky, Rubizhne, Sverdlovsk, Syeverodonetsk, Stakhanov.

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