Chynadiyovo is a small farming village in the
suburbs of Mukachevo (Munkács) in Transcarpathian Ukraine. It was on the
eastern frontiers of the Kingdom of Hungary from the 11th century until
1918, when it was known as Bereg Szentmiklós. It was located in Bereg
megyé (county) and Munkácsi járás (district). It then became part of the
newly formed country of Czechoslovakia (1918-1938), where the region was
referred to as Podkarpatská Rus, and the Czech name of the town was
Činad'ovo. The region reverted to Hungary during World War II, and then
was annexed to the Soviet Union in 1945 until Ukrainian independence in
1991. Today, it is part of Mukachevskiy (Mukachivs'kyy) rayon (district)
and the Zakarpats'ka oblast (county) of Ukraine.
Chynadiyovo is located about 6 miles ENE of Mukachevo.
Other variations of spelling/names found for Chynadiyovo are:
Szentmiklós, Beregszentmiklós, Csinagyijevo, Csinagyijovo, Cinadovo,
Cinadevo, Tschynadijowo, Czynadajewe, Chynadiyeve, Chynadiiovo, and
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