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 Lemberg
 Saskatchewan
Canada
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Lat/Long=  50° 44' 00" N - 103° 12' 00" W
On Sec 21-Twp 20- Rge 9- W2 Meridian 

Map above shows Location of Saskatchewan
and Lemberg, in relation to the rest of Canada

Population 2003= 375
The Town Area  is 2.59 sq km
Lemberg is located on Highway 22
It is 25 miles north of
Wolseley on the 617 grid
 or 35 Km or 22 Mi SW of Melville.
Located on the CPR line which arrived in 1905
Became a Village July 12, 1904
and Incorporated as a Town Sept 1, 1907

Named after the City in the Ukraine
L´viv
also known as Lvov, L'vov, Lwow
 (better known as Lemberg)
The Ukrainians, Poles & Germans
 that immigrated to Lemberg Sask.
would have come from
 the Volhynia area of Russia
 and Galicia area of Austria,
all which is now the Ukraine.

 


Road Map Below Shows Exact Location
in S.E. Saskatchewan of Lemberg
ROAD MAP OF REGINA TO ESTERHAZY, INCLUDING NEUDORF AREA
LEMBERG APPROX 65KM SW OF MELVILLE ON MAP ABOVE

 


   
 
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Page created by Doug Gent 2016
Created Feb 3, 2002
Revised May 24, 2009

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