Tyachev is located at a distance of 136 km from the regional center by road, 149 kilometers by rail. It is located in the middle of Khustsky basins on the right Bank Yew tree. A highway passes through it Uzhgorod – Ivano-Frankivsk and Uzhgorod railway – Solotvino. The population is about 9700 people.
City name Tiachiv (Deutsch-AU) from old German is translated as “German village“. The exact date of its Foundation is not established, but most historians believe that it happened at the turn of the first and second millennia. Historical written sources first mention Tyachev in 1329. Then according to the Charter Hungarian king Charles I Tyachev received the status of a crown city along with the corresponding benefits. By letter, citizens were exempt from taxes and monetary fees to local feudal lords. In 1504, the city’s self-government was expanded due to the fact that during the war with Turkey, it and its surroundings were devastated. In 1551, tyachivtsi received the right to freely use land, graze livestock in the Royal forests, conduct duty-free trade, but they must fulfill a number of state and public duties.
In the XVIII century, Tyachev enjoyed the right of self-government and had its own seal with the image of an eagle. In 1703-1711 the years taciti actively participated in the kurut revolt.In 1946, after the annexation of Transcarpathia to Soviet Ukraine, a small part of Tyachev, which was located on the left Bank of the Tisza, was transferred to Romania. Since 1961 Tyachev became district district
In Soviet times, Tyachev had a factory of art products, a brick and cannery, a bakery and a consumer service plant.
Today, Tyachiv is the regional center of the largest district in Ukraine by area.
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