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Ivanovo district
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History

Ivanovo town was known in XIY century as Porhovo village. In 1423 the settlement was presented to Lutsk Roman-Catholic church, in 1465 it was given a new name Janovo. In XY century Janovo achieved status of borough. Till the end of XYIII century Ivanovo district had been a part of Litovskoje Grand Duchy and Rzecz Pospolita. In 1897 3041 people lived in this small town, there worked a fulling factory, a creamery, a tannery, brickworks, 5 mills, a public specialized school and a parish school.

The territory of today’s district was occupied by German Kaiser’s army in 1915-1918 during World War I. In 1919-1920 it was under Polish occupation. In 1921-1934 Ivanovo district was a part of Poland, since autumn 1939 it had been included in BSSR. On 15.01.1940 Ivanovo district became a part of Pinsk district.

Since June, 27, 1941 the territory was under German-fascist occupation. 8,8 thousand people of the district were murdered in the years of war. On the territory of the district the following partisan brigades fought: 99th brigade in name of Gulaev, in name of Molotov, Sverdlov, Pinsk brigade, a separate partisan detachment, etc. The district was liberated on July, 16, 1944 by the military unite of 61 army of the First Byelorussian Front. Since 1954 the district has been a part of Brest region.

In the end of 1962 the district was abolished and its territory became a part of Drogichin district.

On January, 6, 1965 the district was restored.

 
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Ivanovo district
executive committee
225793, Ivanovo, October place, 2,
e-mail: ivanrik@brest-region.by
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225793, Ivanovo, October place, 2,
e-mail: ivanrik@brest-region.by
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