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Jewish Villages In the Kletsk Region
Locating the Villages
Data on Jewish villages near Kletsk obtained from the Kletsk Yizkor Book.
Credits: Translation: H. K. Interwar Polish maps: mapywig.org, made available in tiled WMS format by Cartomatic; Web mapping library: Leaflet.js.
• Zawstrobiocha, south-east of Kletsk, near the border of Polesia, was a small shtetl surrounded by thick forests.
• Moritz, near Zawstrobiocha?
• Kulak, near Zawstrobiocha?
• Butcha, near Zawstrobiocha?
• Liubiniotz, east of Kletsk, in the direction of Slutzk, near the Moscow-Warsaw road
• Timkevitz, east of Kletsk, in the direction of Slutzk, near the Moscow-Warsaw road [Тимковиич, Cimkowicze]
• Nehorna-Plaskovitz, near Timkevitz?
• Horvitz, near Ratsheika
• Ostrobitza, near Horvitz
• An inn, located on the highway leading from Kletsk to Timkovitz and Kapolia, near the village and the estate
• Bretkova, neighborhood of Timkovitz
• Brigda, neighborhood of Timkovitz
• Dz’ertsini, neighborhood of Timkovitz
• Medodz’itz’ was located in the surroundings of Siniavka
• Babin, district of Polesia
• Liakhovitz [Lyakhavichy, Ляхавічы, Ляховичи, Lachowicze]