The village Varovychi
Varovychi is an abandoned village, located in the 30-kilometer Exclusion Zone, 45 kilometers south-west of the former district center, the city of Chernobyl.
Near the village was found 30 mounds.
The first written mention of the village is dated in 1543. Varovychi is mentioned in the charter of the Polish king Sigismund, issued to the Mikhailovsky Golden-domed monastery.
In 1886, the population was 731 Orthodox, 144 Catholics and 85 Jews — a total of 960 people.
In the first half of the 18th century, the Church of the Holy Martyr Paraskeva was built in Varovychi. In 1858, a major overhaul was carried out and the church was rebuilt. Instead of the old church in 1906, a new wooden Holy Spirit Church was built and consecrated.
The following villages belonged to the parish church: Novy Mir, Buda-Varovichi, Kliviny, Kovshilovka, Pavlovichi, Rudnya. By the temple functioned parochial school. Like most of the churches of the Polesia region, the temple of the Holy Spirit was destroyed during the Soviet era.
In 1931 there were 412 courtyards in the village.
Residents of the village were engaged mainly in agriculture.
After the Chernobyl disaster, on May 14, 1986, the residents were relocated to the new village of Varovichi in Vasilkovsky district of Kiev region.
Due to the lack of residents, the village of Varovichi was officially removed from the register as a settlement in 1999.
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