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BORYSLAV : TOWN NEAR OIL DEPOSITS

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Industrial city located within the Drohobych-Boryslav Agglomeration. Former major center of oil industry in eastern Galicia, and also in II RP ( POLAND) in the interwar period. Located between picturesque mountains town, is located on the pretty large stocks of crude oil, natural gas and ozokerite. For lovers of industry-related facts, history and geography of the chemical industry, especially petrochemical - invariably go to the Boryslav !!! The town is located on the "Tourist Trail Petroleum" in direct [...]

TOURIST OIL TRAIL

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After the revolutionary invention of the kerosene lamp in 1853 year by the Polish chemist and entrepreneur of Armenian origin Ignatius Lukaszewicz, began to appreciate the benefits, offered by the petroleum. It was the kind of impulse, which gave rise to the oil industry in the area of ​​Galicia then belonging to the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Oil Route, is an international tourist trail which leads through areas of Podkarpackie oil and gas industry in Poland and Ukraine, through the historic region – Galicia. Leads, inter alia, by such [...]


Borysławski oil and gas INDUSTRIAL AREA

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Borysławski Oil and Gas Industrial Region - the center of intensive exploitation of oil and natural gas. Boryslav the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, attracted many investors from Europe, because it had a very productive oil and gas deposits. In addition to the energy is extracted in Borysław ozokerite (natural wax), that is a very valuable raw material in [...]

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  • Wojciech Zaleszczak wrote in FREDROWSKIE RUDKI AND BEŃKOWA WISZNIA :
    My grandfather, Adam Zaleszczak, born in 1919, came from Rudki Fredrowskie. Maybe someone something?
  • tacjanna wrote in UNKNOWN VILLAGE MAIDAN :
    The books are in the Archdiocesan Archives in Przemyśl, but difficult to access. However, there are scans of Greek Catholic records available on the Internet…
  • Anna B wrote in UNKNOWN VILLAGE MAIDAN :
    Hello Marcin, my Grandma Helena née Pachla, had a sister, Karolina, and they lived in the village with my grandfather, Kazimierz Koziol…
  • Ew wrote in MAIDAN : THE LAND OF ANCESTORS :
    Hello, my grandmother's name was Józefa Pasiniewicz (from home important) in Poland they settled with their grandfather Stanisław Pasiniewicz first…
  • Artur wrote in Where to find postage stamps Russian warship … ? :
    After many years of absence from the site, greetings, Sir, Mr. Jurek!!! SLAVA UKRAINI! SLAVA MASSAGE! NO WITH RUSSIAN BARBARIA!!!!! Artur Ziaja…
  • Marcin C wrote in UNKNOWN VILLAGE MAIDAN :
    Hello, my grandfather Wacław Rybotycki lived in Malmanstal. He married Karolina née Pachla. I am looking for information about my ancestors. How…
  • Bogdan Luklinski / Spine Specialist wrote in BORYSLAV : TOWN NEAR OIL DEPOSITS :
    BORYSLAW - MY MOTHER / FATHER came from Boryslaw.. I know / I was,b.ladne


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