Hotin County

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Hotin County was a county (ţinut is Middle Ages and Early Modern Period, judeţ after) in the Principality of Moldavia (1359-1812), the Governorate of Bessarabia (1812-1917), the Moldavian Democratic Republic (1917-1918), and the Kingdom of Romania (1918-1940).

Its capital was in the city of Hotin (today Khotyn). The territory of the county in currently divided between Ukraine (northern half) and Moldova (southern half).

History

Principality of Moldavia

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Governorate of Bessarabia

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Moldavian Democratic Republic

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Greater Romania

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Geography

Between the two world wars, Hotin County covered 3,782&nbsp;km<sup>2</sup> and was located in the northeastern part of Greater Romania, being the northernmost County of Bessarabia. It was located on the border with the Soviet Union. In the interwar period, its borders were as follows: the Vinnytsia Oblast in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union to the north and north-east, the Stanislawow Voivodship of Poland to the north-west, Soroca County to the south-east, Bălţi County to south, Dorohoi County to the south and south-west, and Cernăuţi County to the west.

Administrative organization

Administratively, Hotin County was...
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