Welcome to Haisyn, a historic city located in central Ukraine. With a population of 25,698, Haisyn serves as the administrative center of Haisyn Raion within Vinnytsia Oblast. The city is situated in the eastern part of the historical region of Podolia, and is known for its rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty.

== History ==
Haisyn has a long and fascinating history that dates back to the 16th century. The city was first mentioned in 1545, and in 1566 it became part of the Bracław Voivodeship of Poland. It remained under Polish rule until it was annexed by the Russian Empire during the Second Partition of Poland. In 1744, King Augustus III granted Haisyn city rights, and it became a royal city of Poland.

== Climate ==
Haisyn has a humid continental climate, with warm summers and cold winters. The average temperature in July is 20°C (68°F), while the average temperature in January is -5°C (23°F). The city receives an average of 600 mm (24 in) of precipitation per year, with the majority falling in the summer months.

== Gallery ==
Haisyn is home to a number of beautiful landmarks and attractions, including the Haisyn Castle, the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Haisyn Museum of Local Lore. Visitors can also explore the city’s picturesque parks and gardens, such as the Haisyn Park and the Park of Culture and Rest.

== References ==
For those interested in learning more about Haisyn’s rich history, the Yad Vashem website offers information on the murder of the Jews of Haisyn during World War II. Additionally, the JewishGen website provides resources for those researching their Jewish ancestry in Haisyn.

== External links ==
To plan your trip to Haisyn, visit the official website of the Vinnytsia Oblast Tourism Center. Here you can find information on local accommodations, restaurants, and attractions, as well as tips for getting around the city. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or nature, Haisyn has something to offer every traveler. Come and discover the magic of this enchanting Ukrainian city!

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