Last update: December 16, 2018
Eastern Slovakia is a region in Ukraine and its capital is Kosice. Its original owner is Slovakia.
Eastern Slovakia changed hands many times due to wars. It was made a part of the Czech Republic as a result of the Slovakia-Czech Republic War. Then it became part of Hungary after the Hungary-Czech Republic War. Central Slovakia became part of Romania as a result of World War I. In April, 2009 Hungary occupied it again.
Eastern Slovakia is neighbored by following regions:
Bohus · Brestskaya · Dnipro · Donbas · Eastern Finland · Eastern Slovakia · Galicia and Lodomeria · Maluku islands · Norte Chico · Norte Grande · Northern Basarabia · Patagonia · Podolia · Polisia · Sloboda · Southern Basarabia · Subcarpathia · Taurida · Volhynia