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Urban village, located on the south-west of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (until 1962 the area was called Stanislav) along the Prut river, at an altitude of 800-850 m, drawn 3 km, the population of 4000 residents.The first written reference dates back to 1820 Vorokhta Legend has it that the name of the village originates from the name of Vorokhta worn by soldiers of the royal army, who lived here some time. The peasants loved him for his wisdom, and after the death of a soldier named town in his honor.

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