[ee-vah-nuh-fruhn-kawfsk; English ih-vah-noh-frahng-kawfsk, -kofsk] /iˈvɑ nə frʌnˈkɔfsk; English ɪˈvɑ noʊ frɑŋˈkɔfsk, -ˈkɒfsk/

a city in W Ukraine, S of Lvov.


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