The territory of the Transcarpathian region in ancient times, when it was part of Hungarian Kingdom, Austrian, and later The Austro-Hungarian the Empire was divided into four administrative-territorial units, which were called comitates (the Slavic version of the name-zhupy) Ung, Breg, Maramorosh and Poca. The largest Comitatus not only in Transcarpathia, but also in the wholeHungarianswas the Committee Maramoros. During the times of independent Ukraine, tyachevsky district of the Transcarpathian region, which occupies most of the former maramorush Comitatus, is the largest district in Ukraine.
According to folk legend, after The great flood, there was a large sea between the Carpathian mountains, and giants walked on the land. This is where the name of one of the villages in the region comes from – Velyatino.
One of the largest giants owned vast areas of surrounding land. His name was Morush. He stole people from the plains and forced them to graze his sheep. It was not enough for this giant of pastures, and he ordered the prisoners to dig up the mountain and drain the surrounding reservoir. Where the mountain was excavated, the village of Kopanja is now located, and the area where the sea was, and continue to be called “morusha Sea”, or Maramorush.
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