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Renamed Towns And Villages.

In different periods of time the territory of the modern Brest region was a part of Russian Empire, Poland and former USSR. Some of the towns and villages were renamed during this time, especially during the Soviet period.

  Old name  Modern name  Notes
BarmutovichiBarmuty 
BerestieBrestThe name Berestie was mentioned in chronicles and was in use up to 18th century.
Beryoza-KartuzskayaBeryozaThe name was in use before 1940.
Bluden (Bludzen)PervomayskayaBereza district
Brest-LitovskBrestThe name was in use from the beginning of 18th century up to beginning of 20th century.
Brest-Nad-BugomBrestThe name was in use in 1921-1939.
BurmakNemerzha 
DavechyorovichiDrogichinIt was renamed in 1655.
DobuchinPruzhany 
DubravaRybniki 
Gelenovo (Helenovo)Yelenovo 
Gorech (Gorchy)SvetochBereza district
Kamenets-LitovskyKamenetsThe name Kamenets-Litovsky was in use from 1795 up to 1940.
Kartuz-BeryozaBeryoza (Bereza)The name was in use before 1940.
Laski (Las'ki)Lesniki 
Lyovkovichi (Levkovichi)Mezhdulesie 
MalchaMalech 
MatsievichiMatveevichi 
ParkhvenovichiReveyki 
Perivisie (Perevesie)PerelesieKobrin district
PorkhovoIvanovoThe village of Porkhovo was renamed to Yanovo in honour of Lutsk bishop Yan Lasovich in 1465. Later the name was transformed to Ivanovo.
SkropipeliSkripeli 
Svinyovo (Svinevo)DubravtsyThe village was renamed in 1964.
TikhnovichiTikhny 
TuganovichiKarchova 
Vysoko-LitovskVysokoeIt was renamed in September 1919.
Yanovo (Janowo)Ivanovo 
ZhaberonZhaber 

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