Country: The Ukraine
Location: Western Ukraine, Ternopil Oblast (province)
Area: 20.76 km²
Population: about 22,000
Wikipedia page: pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krzemieniec_(miasto)
About the town: First record about Kremenets appears in 1226, Kremenets aquired town rights in 1438 and was a part of ruskie voivodship of I Polish Republic. Then, for the second time, Kremenets became Polish in 1919-39. The most interesting monuments of Krzemieniec are churches and convents (founded, among others, by Polish nobles and queen Bona Sforza) currently belonging to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
Famous Polish poet-writer Juliusz Słowacki was born here. There is a Polish school in the town. Its students have visited our town several times.
The partnership agreement was signed on 27th April, 2007 in Konstancin-Jeziorna by Krzeminiec Mayor – Leonid Kiczaty and Konstancin-Jeziorna Commune Mayor – Marek Skowroński.