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Welcome! Witam! Vitayu! Вітаю!
HalGal stands for Halychyna/Galicja.
Halychyna is Ukrainian, Galicja is Polish,
or as commonly referred to in English as Galicia.
Galicia, the western region of today's Ukraine.
Galicia, the southeastern region of Poland between WWI and WWII.
Galicia, the northeastern province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
If your genealogical research brings you to this part of the world, I invite you inside to learn more about the region and to help further your Galician roots!
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