About webcam "The cemetery of those killed in ATO" in the city Ternopol
Ternopil is a city in the western part of Ukraine, located on the bank of the river Seret. Until 1944, it was known mainly as Tarnopol, and its Ruthenian (Ukrainian) name was rarely used. Ternopil is one of the largest cities of Western Ukraine and the historical regions of Galicia and Podolia. It is served by Ternopil airport. The population of Ternopil is 217,800 (2015). The city is an administrative center in the Ternopil region, as well as the surrounding Ternopil region within the region. However, Ternopil is a city of regional importance, therefore it is subordinated only to the regional authorities, and not to the administration of the district, which is also located in the city. The city was founded in 1540 by the Polish commander and hetman Jan Amor Tarnovsky, as a military fortress and a castle. On April 15, 1540, King Sigismund I of Poland in Krakow handed Tarnowski permission to create a settlement of Tarnopol, in the vicinity of Sopilcze. In 1544 the Tarnopol castle was completed and repelled the first Tatar attacks. January 20, 1548 Tarnopol received the legal rights of King Sigismund I of the Old Poland, which allowed the city to hold three fairs annually, and weekly trades on Mondays. Tarnopol received the rights of the city of Magdeburg two years later from Jan Tarnovsky, regulating the duties of the residents of the city. Web camera gives an opportunity to look at the cemetery of those killed in ATO. Broadcast round the clock and available online.