Adoreus wrote at 2009-04-24 12:25:43
From 1812 to 1918 Noua Sulita was part of the Russian Empire. Between 1918 and 1940 it belonged to the Romanian Kingdom. In 1944 it was permanently occupied by the USSR. Now it's a small town in the Cernauti (Chirnivtsi)region of Ukraine.
Evgeny wrote at 2016-08-09 10:13:42
I leave in Noua Sulita. Now its Novoselitsa, Chernovtsi regionm, Ukraine. 20 km from Moldova and 10 km from Romania.
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