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LUH: Луг, Yкраïна, KisLonka, Lonka, Lug , LEH-LUNKA, , TISZALONKA, Kislonka, Lonka. PDF Print E-mail

Alternate names: KisLonka, Lonka, (HU), Luh (UKR: Yкраïна. SLOV, CZ), Lug and Луг (RU), LEH-LUNKA [YID], LEH, TISZALONKA, KISLONKA, KIS-LONKA. Today, Luh consolidates Kislonka and Tiszalonka. 47°58' N / 24°03' E., 8 miles ENE of Sighetu Marmaţiei (Máramarossziget), 9 miles SW of Rakhiv (Rahó), 2 miles E of Velyikyiy Bychkiv (Nagybocskó). The Hungarian village called Lonka was cut into two after WWI, when the Tisza River became a national border. The other half became Lunca la Tisa, Romania. Jewish population. 123 (in 1880). KehilaLink. lFeb 2013

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