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Перша згадка про місто датується 1483-м роком. У 1520 місто здобуло Магдебурзького Права...
1772 -1918 - Galicia under the Austrio-Hungarian Empire
The negotiations between the three powers, Russia, Prussia and Austria, over the first partition of Poland were concluded on August 5, 1772. The cession treaty between the last King of Poland and Empress Maria Theresa took effect on September 18 1773. Austria received Galicia including the Zamosc district, but excluding Krakow. In the course of the later Napoleonic wars, Zamosc was to be detached from Austria as a new duchy centered at Krakow was established. It was to be subsequently annexed by Austria in 1846. In 1775 Bukowina was conquered by Austria and became another Austrian province, separate from Galicia. On the 1st of September in 1774, the Empress issued the first settlement patent. The second settlement patent was issued on September 17, 1781, by Emperor Josef II which also allowed emigration of foreigners. This patent was supplemented by the Toleranzpatent of October 13, 1781, which proclaimed religious toleration for Protestants. In the years to come, thousands of German families emigrated into Galicia, mostly out of the Palatinate and settled in the newly-founded German communities or in the cities as craftsmen and artisans.
З історії Бучача
One of the noblemen of the Buczaczki domain, the governor of Halicz, Michael of Buczacz, received from Wladyslaw by way of tenancy the village of Zloczow. Rent was 100 grzibni and the only condition was that he live there on a permanent basis.
After some time Michael handed over the Zloczow village to the Sjonski family, which founded the town of Zloczow there in 1441.