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(you already mentioned this earlier) Jews appear in Shepetovka again in the XVIII century.ation in the U. fund In the late 18th and early 19th centuries Shepetovka was a Hasidic center, particularly in the time of Rabbi Pinhas Shapiro of Korets (1726-1791).
Rabbi Pinkhas was a successor of the founder of Chassidism, Israel Ba’al Shem Tov.
The town was taken by Cossacks during Khmelnytsky uprising in June 1648.
We can suppose that the Jewish community was exterminated by Cossaks at this time.
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The city’s estimated population is 43 661 (as of 2010). It was given Magdeburg Rights at the end of the XVI century.
The first mention of Shepetivka appears in Polish sources dating from 1594.